- Floyd Mayweather reportedly made over $1billion during his famous boxing career
- The 43-year-old legend has given his fans a glimpse of what his £8m (GHC64m) mansion looks like
- Mayweather’s house in Las Vegas is equipped with two large swimming pools as well as a big garage
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Floyd Mayweather has shown-off his exotic £8million (GHC64m) worth mansion which is fitted with two large swimming pools as well as an underground garage fit enough to take 20 cars.
Clips showing the apartment have surfaced online thanks to 21-year-old Devin Haney who shared several videos during a tour of the legend’s house in Las Vegas, SunSport reports.
Haney was given an incredible walk around the house by the 43-year-old boxing legend and the first clip showed Mayweather’s wardrobe for shoes.
The stunning collection was stacked so high that it reached beyond the ceiling glass doors - before they were taken to the underground garage.
Records have it that Mayweather made over $1billion during his famous career and he has splashed over £20million just on supercars.
His collection includes a number of Rolls-Royces worth over £3million and four Bugatti Veyron supercars that set him back £1.7million each.
All of his black cars are kept in Las Vegas and his white ones are parked up in Los Angeles.
Mayweather then showed his entourage his outdoor and indoor swimming pools as they were stunned.
Reports earlier claim he will finally come out of retirement to take on YouTuber Logan Paul in a bout which is slated for February 20, 2021.
He confirmed the bout on Social Media to announce his return to action having fought last in August 2017 against Conor McGregor to take his record to 50-0.
Mayweather was involved in an exhibition match in December 2018 against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa where he made $9million for just 139 seconds of work.
According to him, tickets for his fight with 25-year-old Logan Paul are already selling as both are set to make millions.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Anthony Joshua retained his heavyweight titles following his ninth-round triumph over Kubrat Pulev at the O2 Arena on December 12, 2020.
The 31-year-old who currently holds the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO belts was said to have achieved the victory with the help of some veterans who dished instruction to the Briton in the rings.
Legendary Floyd Mayweather was among the celebrities cheering AJ to triumph in the stands after travelling all the way to London to watch the match.