- Mayweather displayed his million-pound range of luxury cars in a stunning video
- The pugilist took his Instagram fans on a garage tour of his luxurious automobiles painted in jet black
- The exclusive brand of cars includes four Rolls Royces (two convertible), a Mercedes-Maybach and a Ferrari sports car
Undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr has once again proven why his nickname is "Money".
The boxing legend Mayweather has taken to Instagram to show off his brand new brand new luxury cars worth more than £1.5 million (about R27 million).
In a video uploaded on his Instagram account on Wednesday, the unbeaten boxer showed off his impressive collection of all-black supercars.
The fleet includes about four Rolls-Royces models, along with a customised Mercedes and a Ferrari sports car, all painted in jet black.
The pugilist also captioned the video clip 'all black everything' as a mark of honour for his monochrome collection whose total cost is over £1.5m.
Interestingly, the Rolls Royce Phantom is the costliest brand, from the famous British car brand.
The four-door saloon boast of hi-tech features that includes cruise control, WiFi, and a diamond-encrusted ceiling remodelled after the night sky.
At the moment, the basic Phantom model will cost about £362,000 - and Mayweather will have included the additional customized option, to further show off his luxurious lifestyle.
In additional to the Rollers, Mayweather also has a black Mercedes-Maybach, a deluxe version of the German automobile.
The boxer also had time to showcase his Ferrari 488, a two-door modelled sports car with the capacity to move from zero to 60mph in three seconds, and a maximum speed of 205mph.
Before ending the video clip, Mayweather, who was spotting a red checked suit and a bright red hat took his Instagram followers on a tour of his garage, a pointer that he is in a good frame of mind ahead of his upcoming bout on New Year's Eve.
The American is scheduled to battle Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in another unusual three-round exhibition fight, which will be judged strictly by boxing rules.
A further breakdown of the fight reveals that no judges will be on parade and the result will not enter either man's fight record.
Mayweather retired from the pugilism trade with his 50-0 unbeaten record intact.
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