Floyd Mayweather has splashed out on “over 100 cars” from one dealer in 18 years preferring to buy with duffel bags of cash.
The “champ likes to pay in cash” Towbin Motorcars Las Vegas salesman Josh Towbin told USA Today and it doesn’t matter what Mayweather is doing, he’s always up for a new car.
“He’ll buy a car before a fight. He’ll buy cars after the fight. He’ll buy cars on holidays,” Towbin said.
“It can even be in the middle of the night,” another Towbin Motorcars employee, Jesika Towbin-Mansour said.
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“There was one time that he gave us a call at two in the morning and of course we happily opened the store for him and he came in and bought a couple of cars,” she said.
She revealed that the dealership had to invest in an expensive cash counting machine to process the boxer’s lavish cash transactions because their old one couldn’t keep up.
His selection of cars includes 16 Rolls-Royces according to the dealership, and Mayweather himself recently divulged more to ESPN.
In that all-access feature viewers saw seven cars, including two Ferraris, three Bugattis, a Lamborghini and a McLaren – experts say those seven on their own could cost $US15 million.
He also said he doesn’t drive them.