There's rich, there's very rich and then there's whatever category you want to put Floyd Mayweather in. The recently retired boxing phenom, who went out on top after defeating Conor McGregor in his most recent match back in August, has decided to splurge on some new digs in one of the most exclusive parts of California. Mayweather took to Instagram to show off some of the property's new features and, if nothing else, it'll give you some insight into why "Money" is his nickname.

For starters, he's got a massive snack bar, which is stocked with any kind of sweet bit of deliciousness you can imagine. Jars of candy and popcorn surround a drinks machine, which sits on top of a unit that contains two additional racks of items underneath, including Tootsie Rolls, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Kit Kats, and packs of Red Vines. Like in the above video, if he wants to casually watch Sportscenter, he'll just grab a couple of treats and make his way over to his in-house movie theater, which according to the caption can seat 50 people with ease. From what we can see in the short clip, it takes the at-home TV viewing experience to a whole other level.

My wine cellar in my Beverly Hills castle.

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Relaxing in the 90210.

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News.com.au reports that Floyd spent $32 million on the mansion, which is located in Beverly Hills. Among the other amazing features in his new crib are an enormous wine cellar, also boasts a cocktail bar and a separate guesthouse with it’s own gym. In total, the mansion has 10 bathrooms, mirrored wall fireplaces, a family room and separate living quarters for house staff. There's also a four-car garage, which will conveniently store Mayweather's fleet of luxury sports cars.

Beverly Hills lifestyle... healthy, wealthy and stress free.

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The grass ain't greener on the other side. #Beverly Hills #90210 #TBE #TMT

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In additon to the price of the house itself, the boxer spent another $620,000 on furnishings for the new place, which will barely make a dent in the $24 million he collected from the bout with McGregor last month. The 15,000 square foot building was constructed in 1992 but completely renovated two years ago and was initially put on the market for $47 million. However, because Mayweather was able to make this a cash purchase, he was able to get the asking price down. It will be added to his collection of properties, with other homes he owns being in Las Vegas and Miami.