They don't call him Money Mayweather for nothing.
Floyd Mayweather's Las Vegas strip club, Girl Collection, is set to open this week and the retired champ was recently spotted preparing for the big night by taking a cart filled with money out of the bank.
According to the Las Vegas Sun, Girl Collection will be located at 2580 S. Highland Drive, near Sahara Avenue and Interstate 15, the the site of the former Sheri’s Cabaret.
"Emerick [Floyd's attorney] said Mayweather acquired a tavern-limited license, which allows for the sale of alcoholic beverages, and a topless club license, as well as the normal business licenses required by Las Vegas. The tavern license carries a $20,000 origination fee and an $800 semi-annual fee."
“Everything about Floyd is part of the procedure and everything was disclosed. It’s all public record,” Emerick said. “It’s gone very smoothly. Floyd lives in Las Vegas. He’s part of the community and he has abided by every procedure and application process and submitted everything timely and successfully.”
The 6,000 sq. foot building will serve as a "high end cabaret," a topless club that is allowed to serve alcohol, unlike the all-nude clubs that are prohibited from selling booze in Southern Nevada.
Girl Collection will reportedly go after "high end clientele" and feature multiple rooms that can be reserved for groups, as well as private one-on-one VIP rooms. Each private room has its own TV monitor, as does every urinal in the up-scale men’s room. There will also be another bar upstairs in a luxurious private area that can be reserved for parties.