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Floyd Mayweather Net Worth 2021 and Sources of Income

Floyd Mayweather is a well-known American professional boxer and world-renowned heavyweight champion from the United States of America. Floyd Mayweather has a net worth of $450 million. To put that in perspective, he’s now the richest boxer in boxing history. As of writing, Floyd has earned more than a billion-dollar during his 19-year career.

Floyd Mayweather is one of only six to have soared over $1 billion in their career, ranking him as the 5th highest-paid athlete of all time. Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods, and Michael Jordan round out the top five with respective fortunes of $1 billion, $1.15 billion, and $1.65 billion. The fact that Floyd managed to become the fifth highest-paid athlete in history with so few endorsements is one of the most impressive aspects of his boxing career.

Career Highlights

  • Fought Manny Pacquiao in 2015 and earned $250 million in 2015.
  • Fought Conor McGregor and earned $300 million in 2018.
  • To date, he has amassed a fortune of $1.1 billion.
  • One of few athletes to earn more than a billion dollars.
  • For years Floyd was the highest-paid entertainer on the planet.
  • Owns a $60 million Gulfstream G650 private jet.
  • Owns a $25 million Beverly Hills mansion.
  • Owns a $10 million Las Vegas mansion.
  • Made $35 million fighting Logan Paul.

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth 2021

Mayweather‘s net worth is 450 million dollars and he has earned more than 1.1 billion dollars throughout his career, making him the richest boxer of all time.

The boxer often referred to as ‘Money’ has earned half of its fortune from two high-profile fights against Conor McGregor and Manny Pacquiao.

In 2015, Mayweather KO Pacquiao in Las Vegas and raked in $250 million thanks to the victory. When he fought the hothead McGregor in Las Vegas two years later, he swept in tons of cash.

Mayweather’s Investments

To go along with his extensive investments in real estate, lavish cars, private planes, and Rolex watches, the undefeated boxer has amassed a sizable fortune outside of the ring. While Mayweather’s primary residence is a ten-million-dollar 11-bedroom Las Vegas mansion, he also owns properties in New York City and  Beverly Hills.

The 44-year-old also owns the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, as well as the Girl Collection, a Las Vegas strip club.

His garage boasts of luxury rides such as $5 million Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita and three $2 million Bugatti Veyrons. He has also thrown tons of cash on private jets, like the $60 million Gulfstream G650 and a $30 million Gulfstream III.

How Floyd Spend His Millions?

This one is gonna blow you away.

Personalized, Diamond-Encrusted Silverware

Floyd Mayweather reportedly eats his children’s cereal with sterling silver flatware engraved with his diamond-engraved initials while using a fine crystal bowl.
There’s no word yet on how much they cost but he sure paid a lot of money for it.

Presidential Suites

The retired American boxer loves to travel, and when he’s on a traveling spree he only stays in the finest hotels. This guy will not be accommodated in a standard king room. No matter where Mayweather goes, he’ll be staying in a presidential suite. When a suite comes with a private ocean-view balcony plus two waiters to serve you your sushi, you know it’s pricey.

His Bathroom 

However, this ludicrously exaggerated bathroom (bathhouse?) is undoubtedly one of the most peculiar elements of Floyd Mayweather’s lavish Las Vegas mansion.

Likely, he designed his bathroom himself because it’s hard to imagine something like this being standard anywhere else. This is one of his safer bets, even though it’s astronomically expensive.

 

Floyd is one of the greatest boxers this world has ever seen and as a matter of fact, he’s my favorite too. Who’s yours tell us in the comments.

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I’m the guy you see dancing in the rain in the middle of the night. Pursuing my bachelor’s in literature, I love to read and write and I’m somewhat of a decent storyteller. A die-hard fan of Miyazaki and Murakami and my go-to quote is “The past is a foreign country, we do things differently there”.
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