Boxing champ Floyd Mayweather just bought a $10 million mansion in Las Vegas to add to his already impressive portfolio of big-baller real estate.
The estate—located on the city’s west side—is a palatial spread on the scale of a boutique hotel, with nearly 24,000 square feet of living space, 11 bathrooms, 13 full bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms.
Built in 2018, the main house offers over 16,000 square feet and sits on a 1.41-acre lot. The spread also includes two additional guesthouses, a poolhouse, a vineyard, and a 20-car underground garage to hold Money’s extensive collection of immaculate rides.
Rear of the house
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Mayweather’s new neighborhood is popular among star athletes. Last year, NBA All-Star DeMarcus Cousins bought a mansion across the street.
Mayweather’s splashy new purchase comes amid a bitter custody battle over his son, 17-year-old Zion. Zion’s mother, Josie Harris wants the boy returned to her in Los Angeles, but Mayweather has insisted on keeping the teenager with him in Las Vegas.
Harris says Mayweather’s life in Sin City is inappropriate for Zion, as The Champ owns a Vegas strip club called The Girl Collection and frequently posts images of himself at lavish parties with scantily clad women. Mayweather insists Zion is being introduced to important, influential people who can help his son in the future and defends his late-night lifestyle. Until a judge rules on Zion’s future, it looks like the father-son duo will be living lavish in one of the boxer’s incredible mansions.
Mayweather has also made headlines recently, teasing that he might consider a Manny Pacquaio rematch.
While he continues generating headlines and paydays, fans can rest assured that The Champ is living his best life, ensconced in a brand-new mansion that’s nothing less than a complete knockout.
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