Floyd Mayweather's All White Everything Vegas Car Collection
If you were to ask someone on the street who the world’s greatest fighter was, alongside Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson, would likely be the infamous Floyd Mayweather. The world-class boxer has won five division world championships, eight world titles, and the lineal championship in three different weight classes. (Ed. - but still doesn't have the stones to take on Paquiao) All those winnings equate to boats load of cash. In 2013 even, he was named the world's richest athlete, pulling in an estimated $147 million alone that year. So what better way to spend all that dough than a car collection built for a king. PHOTOS: See More of the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4
The good folks at Dupont Registry took along Dave Nickerson of Nue Vue Photography to Mayweather’s estate in Vegas in order to get a closer look at his personal collection of high-class cars. And they were not disappointed.
One of only three car collections Mayweather owns — the other two are in LA and Miami — his Vegas pad is home to nine or so high-priced exotics from nearly every stretch of the globe. His pride and joy 1996 Mercedes-Benz S600 sits front and center amongst doubly and triple-priced cars. A car that he admits first fueled his passion for high-class rides when he first began his career.
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From left to ride (in the photo above) his cars include a duo of Rolls Royces and Bentleys, a $1M+ Bugatti Veyron, a Ferrari 458 Spyder, a Lamborghini Aventador and a Ferrari 599. Not to be outdone by his S600 up in the front. And as it's pretty clear to see, each of them come with a white paint job.
Tonight he'll be taking on Marcos Maidana, and is expected to take home $32 million in TV deals alone, which is more than enough to add to his collection, we think.
For the full interview and photos, head over to Dupont Registry.
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Photo Credit: Nue Vue Photography