Floyd Mayweather is said to have made over a $1billion in a boxing career that saw him go undefeated in 50 professional fights.
And although he’s been forced to deny he’s broke because of his lavish spending, should he be hard-up there’s always the mega car collection he could sell.
Pretty Boy has amassed his own fleet of dream motors which is said to be worth £20million.
It includes a series of Rolls-Royces worth over a staggering £3million, as well as four Bugatti Veyron supercars that cost £1.7million.
But what’s unique about ‘Money’ Mayweather’s cars is that they mostly come in two colours – white or black – and are divided between his two mansions in LA and Las Vegas.
In Los Angeles they’re black, and in Las Vegas they’re white.
Scanning through 43-year-old Mayweather’s Las Vegas collection in his palatial Nevada abode, you’ll see some wondrous toys.
The most exceptional being the car collector’s favourite, the Bugatti Veyron.
Just like Cristiano Ronaldo, Mayweather is a huge fan of the Italian car maker.
He seemingly owns four – one in white, one in black, and the exceptions to the two-tone rule being in red and silver.
The other vehicles include a Lamborghini Aventador (£275,000), as well as a Ferrari 488 worth around £238,000.
There’s even a classic Porsche 911, but the Bentley Mulsanne – the most expensive Bentley you can buy with a starting price of £238,700 – takes centre stage.
Occasionally, in true Mayweather style, he’ll throw in a wad of notes to show off the interior of his motors in an Instagram post.
And he’ll even park them in front of a private jet, just to show off his impressive range.