Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather building Tenth Skyscraper as the billionaire boasts $50,000 a – month earnings

Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather building Tenth Skyscraper as the billionaire boasts $50,000 a – month earnings

Floyd Mayweather claims he is building his TENTH skyscraper and has boasted of $50,000-a-month earnings.

The boxing legend, who officially retired 50-0 in 2017, has claimed to have made over $1BILLION throughout his prizefighting career.

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And Mayweather revealed his property portfolio is increasing after investing millions into it.

He told businessman Grant Cardone: “I looked at certain athletes’ careers, and said: ‘I don’t want to end up like that’.

“So, what I did was put up five million dollars [for investments], getting 50,000 a month, every month on the 18th.

“I’ve liked the cash flow, for years. I decided to not give them seven figures or eight figures, I gave them nine figures.

“What I own right now is nine skyscrapers, and I’m building my tenth skyscraper right now.”

Mayweather also has stakes in the One Vanderbilt, a 93-story skyscraper in the Midtown Manhattan neighbourhood of New York City.

His right hand man Leonard Ellerbe in 2020 confirmed Mayweather’s ‘goal’ was to match the $1bn he made in boxing, outside the ring.

As revealed by SunSport, the retired boxer’s businesses include a strip club, fashion line, real estate and music label.

He also has homes in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, including a $25m mansion in Beverly Hills.

Mayweather’s lifestyle also includes car collections of over $26.3m, a private plane and several watches, with one costing $21m alone.

After beating UFC icon Conor McGregor, 33, the American icon hung up the gloves, but not for good.

He has since returned for two exhibition bouts, the first against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, 23, which he won in a round.

Last June, Mayweather faced YouTuber Logan Paul, 26, in an extraordinary spectacle bout, giving away TWO STONE in size.

Paul managed to take it the full eight-round distance, technically avoiding defeat.

And Floyd has continued his exhibition bouts with a fight against old sparring partner Don Moore in Abu Dhabi this weekend.

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