Floyd Mayweather Net Worth: Sleeps on Bed of Money?


Floyd Mayweather sure knows how to live like a king.

The 38-year-old didn’t spend much of his time lying on back during his boxing days but he sure does like lying back on his pool of cash.

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Mayweather recently posted a picture of himself on Instagram lying on his seabed of cash of dollar bills as women surrounding the pile of money collect cash from underneath him.

Living up to his ‘Money’ moniker fame, Mayweather is seen lying back listening to his iPod and if it wasn’t enough, alongside the image he wrote: “They go to the strip club. I bring the strip club to me wherever, whenever.”

The new post follows after Mayweather posted a video last month where the undefeated boxer was seen showering money on half-naked women as they twerk to the beat of the music at a house party.

Floyd Mayweather lays down on a bed of cash in Los Angeles as women take their share of his cash

His rendezvous with this kind of lavish partying lifestyle has prompted many to suggest that Mayweather will come out of his retirement soon for another big money fight.

The 38-year-old doesn’t look desperate for another fight, might be because he made a whopping £120million in his fight with Manny Pacquiao in May.

However, apart from throwing money on strippers — Mayweather also works for charity.

He continues to raise money through his foundation and on Sunday played in a charity basketball match in LA that he hosted in aid of children with cancer.

But Mayweather with an undefeated 49-0 career wins seems to be enjoying his life after retirement and going places.

Travelling is another hobby of the American as he recently enjoyed touring places like Nice and the Middle East.

Mayweather’s $1.1 million diamond encrusted Hublot watch

The 38-year-old showed off his extreme wealth, by posting pictures of his $1.1million (£726,218) diamond-encrusted Hublot watch that he bought in Dubai and gave us a glimpse of his exciting life by posting a series of pictures with his pals on the artificial ski slopes, the Middle East’s first indoor ski centre.