- Floyd Mayweather has added another expensive masterpiece to his shoe closet
- The retired Ameican boxer bought a Nike trainer costing a staggering £8,000 (GHC55,000)
- Mayweather shut down his critics who think he is broke following reports he would come out retirement
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Floyd Mayweather is no doubt living the life of his choice after the retired American boxer added another expensive Nike trainers to his shoe closet, ending the speculations that he is running out cash.
The 43-year-old sports celebrity cleared the air following growing insinuations that he is 'skint' by showing his critics what it takes to be called "The Money," buying a Nike shoe which reportedly gulped more than £8,000 (GHC55,000) from his purse.
Obviously, this is not the first time Mayweather would show the big bicep of his opulence as recently the former lightweight boxer showed off his newly-acquired Rolls Royce Phantom dubbed "private jet of the road.
Last year, Mayweather demonstrated how rich he is after showing his followers the new watch - Rose Gold, Limited Edition Arnold Schwarzenegger, he just bought valued at $66,999.
It does not also come as a surprise as the 43-year-old put up a massive show of opulence after gifting his daughter Iyanna a new Mercedes-AMG G63 2019 model which reportedly cost a whopping £150,000 as Christmas gift.
The American boxing star remains one of biggest names to ever walk on boxing path with grandeur of championship, social prestige and the financial strength to prove it.
Mayweather had an incredible career before hanging the gloves after his victory over Irish UFC star Conor MacGregor in 2017.
The former WBC welterweight and junior middleweight champion boasted 50-0 undefeated streaks in boxing history throughout his professional career.
Mayweather may come out of retirement to fight again, with a rematch with Conor McGregor being a major target fight.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had reported that Floyd Mayweather has broken his silence on Deontay Wilder's loss to Tyson Fury, saying his fellow American should be supported during his trying time instead of the unpleasant comments that continued to trail his shocking defeat.
Wilder was deposed of his heavyweight championship in one of the greatest upsets in history in Las Vegas on Sunday morning, February 23, with a technical knockout by Fury.
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