Floyd Mayweather doesn't really forget how to remind you how rich he is.
On Wednesday, Mayweather posted a video on Instagram showing his Audemars Piguet watch collection. "I like to call these Audemars Piguet watches the lucky 7," Mayweather posted. "Meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday," he added. Check out the video here.
Floyd Mayweather sits on the throne as the king of boxing. [Reuters]
Audemars Piguet is a brand of luxury watch. It has a number of ambassadors in the sports industry, including World No 2 tennis player Novak Djokovic, Formula 1 racer Michael Schumacher, Miami Heat superstar Lebron James, Argentine footballer Lionel Messi and actress Michelle Yeoh. The luxury watch brand has also made a number of special and limited editions for Arnold Schwarzenneger, Rory McIlroy, Jay-Z, Shaquille O'Neal, Lebron James, Rubens Barrichello and several popular athletes and personalities.
With Mayweather bragging his luxurious watch collection by Audemars, it will be in no time that the Swiss watch manufacturer will notice him and who knows, probably sign him as one of the ambassadors, too.
When you have that money as Floyd Mayweather, you can definitely afford to pay for expensive and luxurious things in life. According to Forbes Magazine, Mayweather's earnings as of June 2013 is $34 million. He is at number 14 of The World's Highest-Paid Athletes.
Mayweather is definitely living an extravagant lifestyle. He worked hard for it, so he has the right to spend all the money and wealth he has made through his successes in boxing. "When I was poor, I dreamed and worked at becoming rich," Mayweather posted on Instagram.
The unbeaten boxer even once released a video on Aug 30, prior to his Canelo fight, titled Floyd Mayweather is the Half-a-Billion-Dollar Man, showing off all his lavish assets - from yatch, sports car and his pile of cash.
Video courtesy: YouTube/FloydMayweather
It is good to be Floyd. His moniker Floyd "Money" Mayweather is definitely not created for no reason.
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