Mayweather Reveals How Many Skyscrapers He Owns in New York As He Dismisses Flashy Lifestyle Claims

Mayweather Reveals How Many Skyscrapers He Owns in New York As He Dismisses Flashy Lifestyle Claims

- Floyd Mayweather has revealed that he has several investments that fetch him money

- The undefeated champion says he owns nine buildings in New York alone

- The 'Money-Man' has now revealed plans to come out of retirement and fight Paul Logan this summer

Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has revealed that he is not all about flashy cars and lifestyle saying he owns several investments including nine buildings in New York City alone.

The 44-year-old retired boxer who hanged his gloves winning all 50 of his professional fight is ready to step out of retirement for the first time since August 2017 to face off with Paul Logan.

Mayweather was passionate about telling the people how much he takes investment seriously, indicating that his life is not all about spendings but he is also concerned about making money.

The former boxer turned promoter also has a number of clubhouses and several other businesses scattered around town while he enjoys riding in exotic and choice cars.

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I own 9 skyscrapers in New York City - Mayweather says, dismisses claims he's only about flashing life
Floyd Mayweather arrives at his Futuristic-themed Birthday Party Experience in Maimi, Florida on February 20, 2021. Photo by Johnny Louis
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Floyd started the Vanderbilt project along with his real estate friends in 2019 and it is the tallest building in the state.

"One of the best investments that I did was New York real estate, when you see me using the cars, you see the flashy. There's a lot that comes with that, a lot of smart moves that come behind the scenes.
"I invested, you guys can Google Vanderbilt and Google Mayweather, I am part of that project, it's the tallest building in New York City.

"You know I own so many different buildings, my exact numbers in New York City, I own nine skyscrapers in New York City."

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Floyd Mayweather is giving his fans the opportunity to hook up with him on social media but it will come at a cost.

The undefeated five-division champion who has been accused of going broke will have an exclusive conversation with his supporters willing to pay for the services online.

The price ranges from £52.70 to £1,200 which guarantees a video chat with the Money Man and fans would get three signed limited trading cards in return.

Source: Yen

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