- Floyd Mayweather is never tired to flaunt his wealth he earned from boxing
- The former three-weight champion recently showed off his private jet and jewelries
- The 42-year-old is expected to sign a mega fight deal with Manny Pacquiao
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather was again exhibiting his hard-earned wealth from the sport that brought fame and fortune.
The undefeated champion was filmed coming out of his private jet with his name boldly written on it and the TMT logo of The Money Team, his lifestyle brand.
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Mayweather was later pictured in his owned night club in Las Vegas with his expensive jewelry dropping down his neck.
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The former boxer was donning a special TMT jacket commemorating his unstained 50 wins and zero defeat record achieved in his illustrious career.
Mayweather turned around to face the camera and it slowly panned up to reveal giant, gemstone encrusted bracelets and a dazzling watch.
The camera also revealed multiple sparkling chains around his neck, and even his sunglasses seemed to be glinting with gems.
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According to Forbes, Mayweather was the highest paid celebrity in 2018, with his 2017 fight against Conor McGregor generated over $550million in revenue, and earned $275million.
In December of 2018, Mayweather is believed to have earned $88million for his appearance against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.
He also claimed last month he will make another $80million in exhibition fights this year.
Manny Pacquiao and Canelo Alvarez are currently looking to lure the 42-year-old into respective rematches, which would likely bring in even more than that.
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