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More Than A Mansion: This is What Boxing Champs, Mayweather’ New Amazing Home Looks Like [Video]

Famous American boxer Floyd Mayweather has just expanded his real estate. This boxing champion has just offered himself a large Portuguese style building, with a large patio, a fountain and stairs that serve dozens of rooms. “This  is my new home, I’m really blessed,  ” said Floyd Mayweather, taking a tour of the owner. The video posted on Instagram was quickly seen by more than 2 million Internet users around the world.

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My new home, I’m truly blessed.

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It must be said that the one called ” Money “, likes to show his material success even more than his undefeated boxing record.

The boxer enlarges his real estate, he who had already bought an impressive building a year ago in Berverly Hills for the tidy sum of $ 26 million. The latter featured crystal decors, a pool table and an impressive wine cellar.

At 41, Mayweather enjoys happy days after an outstanding career on the rings, who has remained invincible for eighteen years (fifty professional fights, fifty wins) and has five world championship titles in as many different categories. Last year, he had won one of the most successful fights in history against Irish star MMA Conor McGregor. This duel had frightened the counters: according to Forbes magazine  , Mayweather would have won $ 275 million after this fight.

However, Mayweather should return to the ring to give Filipino Manny Pacquiao a last chance to take revenge, the second episode of the ”  fight of the century”  could take place in December or next January.

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