Retired boxing great Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. has delivered the latest in a long line of flamboyant show of his wealth as rumours circle around a rematch with Conor McGregor.
The undefeated champion was spotted in Japan shopping at a Louis Vuitton store and showed out once again in a distinct style.
While Mayweather Jr. could have avoided the stress of paying in cash by using one of many cashless payment services, he opted to pay off his items with lots of Japanese Yen and had a member of his entourage count the money Floyd had already counted.
“You know what we absolutely do. Living life having fun” he said while holding bundles of cash close to the end of the video.
Mayweather Jr. has made the headlines during and after boxing career for showing off his range of fleet of expensive houses, cars and watches.
Floyd Mayweather shopping at the Louis Vuitton store in Japan pic.twitter.com/bntwe0mlVl
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He retired with a perfect record of 50 wins in 50 fights after winning bronze at the 1996 Olympic Games beating the likes of Oscar de la Hoya, Canelo Alvarez and Manny Pacquiao.