American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is one of the wealthiest sports personalities in the world, with grandeur and social status to fit his special place in the history of boxing, and indeed sport in general.
Apart from his sports celebrity influence, "the money man" boasts a nett worth of over $800 million (R11.3 billion), coupled with an array of properties across the United States of America.
Interestingly, the legendary boxer also has a wonderful family - especially his son, Zion, and beautiful daughter, Iyanna, who are taking after him.
The former undisputed world welterweight champion recently took to social media to show off his customised private jet in new videos.
Mayweather's private jet is estimated to have cost in the region of R850 million ($60 million).
The plane is a Gulfstream G650 with a flight range of Mach 0.85 or 650mph (1 050km/hr).
Dubbed 'Air Mayweather', the jet, which can carry 29 passengers, has been customised from the outside to the inside and the top to the bottom.
The first custom touch which a person will notice is Mayweather's name, which is boldly written on the fuselage.
Also written on the outside is TMT (The Money Team) which finds space at the entrance and on the stabiliser.
The term 50-0, in reference to Mayweather's impressive boxing record, is written on the wingtips.
Before you enter the plane, you will be greeted with a 50-0 doormat.
Or TBE (The Best Ever) doormat all in praise of Mayweather's great career in boxing history.
The inside of Air Mayweather shows off a very comfortable leather seating arrangment.
And even the bed sheets are customised with gold-coloured embroidery bearing Mayweather's name.
Meanwhile, it was reported that Floyd Mayweather's son, Zion, has proven to the world that money is not his problem as long as his father is alive.
The 19-year-old showed off photos of his Mercedes SUV which cost over $40,000 (R565 000) on his Instagram page. Zion is seen posing in different styles as he displayed his powerful car for his over 180 000 followers.
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