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Floyd Mayweather Flaunts His 7 Million Dollar Fleet of Lavish Cars

January 6, 2015  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
Floyd Mayweather Flaunts His 7 Million Dollar Fleet of Lavish Cars

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Floyd “Money” Mayweather is the cash cow in the sport of boxing, who is also the richest paid athlete in the world and has no problems showing off his wealth.

The undefeated pound for pound king who reportedly earned a cool $85 million last year, struck a pose in front of his $7 million dollar fleet of lavish supercars parked in front of his plush private jet.

He posted the image on Instagram alongside the caption “Welcome to my toyworld! Who wants to come out and play?”

His luxury motors include a Lamborghini Aventador, a Porsche 911 Turbo S, two Ferrari 458 Spiders and a couple of Bugatti Veyrons just because he can.

Last month “Money” posted a clip of him getting his back washed by one of his unidentified female admirers.

Other blatant images of his wealth include him posing in front of several top-end motors and standing on the steps of his private jet.

Another clip shows the 37-year-old, from Michigan, sitting in a room with piles and piles of cash, flaunting thousands of dollars to his 4.4 million followers.

Earlier this  week, rival and fellow boxing legend Manny Pacquiao took a swipe at him flaunting his flash lifestyle.

The “Pac-Man” has been pushing for a much anticipated superfight against Mayweather in what would be one the biggest and most lucrative boxing matches of all time.

Until now disagreements between both parties have stalled the fight which has been 5 years in the making. The fight could see the first $100 million dollar payday for a fighter.

Pacquiao wrote on Instagram: “Floyd brags about his lifestyle and everything! I don’t care! I’m just waiting here for him to sign the contract!

Aside from being one of the greatest fighters of all time, Mayweather has proven to be the greatest showman, and has single handedly kept boxing relevant over the past few years.. As brash as he is, no matter what people think of him, he has been great for the sport of boxing.

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