Mayweather, wearing one of his collection of gold and diamond watches, and dripping with jewellery, will — he hopes — arrive in one of the hundred supercars he has purchased from a single dealership since moving to Las Vegas 18 years ago.
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The gargantuan purse makes this the single most lucrative fight in history (little wonder that Mayweather revels in the nickname ‘money’).
And its commercial appeal lies squarely in the way that both men have, in very different ways, achieved a sort of celebrity that transcends sport.
Dividing his time between a vast home called ‘Bad Boy Mansion’ in Las Vegas and a compound in Miami, he shuttles between the two in not one, but two private jets, each worth around $40 million.
One is a Gulfstream V that he and his family use; the other, a Gulfstream 4 for his entourage, whom he calls The Money Team and includes, on the payroll, several bodyguards, two full-time masseurs, an attendant employed to carry his hand-sanitiser (he has a phobia of germs), and a personal barber.
Once inside the strip club, where he’s expected to be joined by such friends as singers Justin Bieber (who will carry his championship belt into the ring before the fight) and Beyonce’s husband Jay-Z, he will doubtless perform another favourite trick: throwing bundles of banknotes into the air above the venue’s stage, in order to ‘make it rain’.
The atmosphere, an insider was quoted saying, will be ‘wall-to-wall money and strippers’.Thousands of live phone girls for you to watch and chat with on your mobile device.Sexy beautiful girls willing to cum live on your phone in hardcore uncensored mobile live sex shows.He may have a point, but that doesn’t exactly make Floyd Mayweather a role model.Indeed, for most of the past 15 years, a dark cloud has hung over his reputation due to a series of seven arrests or citations for domestic abuse.Shot on an airport runway, it showed the boxer standing casually on the tarmac, next to his private jet and no fewer than seven of his supercars, worth a cool million. The boxer — raised in a Michigan slum by Floyd Snr, a former boxer turned drug dealer — has, when he’s not fighting, devoted recent years almost entirely to conspicuous consumption, much of it shared on social media, or recorded by TV cameras.