Floyd still sitting on hundreds of millions worth of fight checks.
Floyd Mayweather's last and final boxing match against Conor McGregor last month was one of the most lucrative bouts of his career, reportedly coming in just shy of the massive payday he earned after fighting Manny Pacquaio. According to reports, Mayweather took in somewhere around $300 million per fight, and he's still got every last penny of it.
TMZ recently caught up with Money Mayweather who explained that he still has not cashed the check he received from the Pacquaio fight, or the one he took home from his fight against McGregor
To prove his point, he says he'll be posting images of the checks on social media later today. Check out the footage below.
Even without the reported $600 million at his disposal, Floyd "Money" Mayweather continues to live up to his nickname. The undefeated boxing champ recently shared a glimpse into how he's spending his retirement, which includes kicking back at his private movie theater (which seats 50 and comes complete with a state of the art snack bar) in his "Beverly Hills Palace."
According to reports, Money Mayweather spent $32 million dollars on his Beverly Hills mansion, which also features 10 bathrooms, six bedrooms, an enormous wine cellar, mirrored wall fireplaces, a swimming pool, pool house and a separate guest house with its own gym.
Despite having such an epic pad to spend time at, Floyd has been spotted out quite frequently since his TKO victory over Conor McGregor last month. TMZ recently photographed the 50-0 boxing legend coming out of Luxury Exchange in Beverly Hills with approximately $250,000 worth of Hermes Birkin bags, just days after taking nine of his Girl Collection women shoe shopping at a Gucci store in Los Angeles.
Speaking of Girl Collection, Floyd hinted that he wants to expand his strip club business to LA, but that might require cashing one of those massive fight checks that he's currently sitting on.
Floyd Mayweather: I Still Haven't Cashed Pacquiao or McGregor Checks https://t.co/Flh0Kjf6ho— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) September 22, 2017