Floyd Mayweather’s $7.7 Million Miami Pad is a Knockout
Floyd Mayweather may not have knocked out many of his opponents in the ring in spite of winning a record number of bouts, and some may even accuse him of playing it too safe in the highly publicized Manny Pacquiao fight, but one thing you just cannot take away from the man is his unbridled success in the ring. Of course the money that he has made has always been the talk of the town too.
The $44 million is what the The Money Team made last year, and although that wasn’t enough to knock other athletes off their place on the top of the charts, it sure seemed enough for Mayweather to continue living his lavish lifestyle, buying one luxury commodity after another.
This time around, it’s a Miami beachfront mansion that costs a cool $7.7 million, and what’s even more amazing is that Mayweather paid all of it in cash. Call it his trademark style or anything else you wish, but Mayweather sure has a different way of doing things.
Measuring 5200 square feet and with five bedrooms and as many bathrooms, the mansion reflects an ultra-modern design, and the swimming pool and spa only add to all the glamor and extravagance. The floor to ceiling windows, the svelte architecture, the sophisticated interiors, and views of both the beachfront as well as the Miami skyline seem perfect partners to Mayweather’s indulgence in all that is luxurious.
The privacy bit is also taken care of, and a 10-foot high fence will make sure that the boxer lives out his retirement in peace. So while most of the boxing world is still hoping that there would be at least one fight out there that has the challenge and the moolah to draw Mayweather out into the ring again, but this successful athlete probably plans to keep them guessing while he enjoys the fruits of a great career in the most lavish ways possible.