The man behind The Money Team is at it again. Floyd Mayweather has dropped a whopping $26 million cash on a Beverly Hills mansion. Since his well-publicised win against Conor McGregor, he has wasted no time flaunting his healthy-wealthy lifestyle. The mansion is said to cover more than 15,000 square feet of prime LA real estate, and even features artwork dedicated to the August 26 bout with Mcgregor in the form of 8ft portraits made from broken glass by artist Tiffanie Anderson.
The estate encompasses six bedrooms, ten bathrooms and a formal living and dining area. But it doesn’t end there. Floyd will enjoy a 50-seat movie theatre, a four-car garage, a spa, gourmet kitchen, staff quarters, a cocktail bar and a gym. The only thing we excluded is the library, as while the French-modern mansion features its own up-to-date reading area, there's no guarantee any reading will actually take place.
The home is a distinctive 90210 palace, showcasing towering palm trees and a lavish pool area fit with a black-and-marble striped deck area. Floyd’s $26 million spend will ensure guests are well entertained, plus it even has a fire pit for those colder LA nights.
As always, 'Money' Mayweather wasn't shy to show off his new sophisticated LA purchase, taking to Instagram to showcase a wine cellar that stretches far beyond his athletic reach and a white marble fireplace that would warm even the coldest of Irishmen.