Inside Floyd Mayweather’s Collection of Vehicles Worth Over 2 Million Dollars!

FLOYD MAYWEATHER is not nicknamed the ‘Money Man’ for nothing.

The former world champ, 45, became the first £1billion boxer following an illustrious career that saw him finish undefeated with a 50-0 record.

 Floyd Mayweather's stunning car collection is worth over £2m

Mayweather retired in 2017 after knocking out Conor McGregor and it’s fair to say he’s been enjoying throwing his money around.

Not shy in flaunting his wealth on social media, an upload from 2020 had car enthusiasts in a spin.

It includes a whole garage of luxury vehicles including FIVE Rolls-Royces worth over a staggering £2million.

The other vehicles include a Ferrari 488 worth around £238,000 and a Mercedes-Maybach – the cheapest of the bunch valued at £172,000.

Mayweather is obviously used to travelling in luxury and would be stuck for choice with his all-black collection of Rolls-Royces.

One of those is the classic Phantom costing £355,000, a Phantom Drophead Coupe coming in at £367,000, a Dawn valued at £264,000 and a Wraith costing £364,000.

There’s also the largest of the vehicles, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan which costs £300,000.

Alongside an image of his garage lined up with ten of the stunning vehicles, he wrote: “My garage looking like an indoor dealership with a few light toys.”

Unbelievably, his car collection doesn’t end there.

He’s been snapped posing inside a Bugatti Chiron that’s reportedly worth a staggering £2.82m and a £140k Mercedes G-Wagon.

It is believed that his amazing car collection reaches around 100.

Mayweather is currently preparing to enter the ring again in an exhibition fight against YouTuber Deji.

 Floyd Mayweather poses in his remarkable Bugatti Chiron
Floyd Mayweather poses in his remarkable Bugatti Chiron.
 It is believed the boxing champ owns over 100 vehicles
It is believed the boxing champ owns over 100 vehicles.


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