Deontay Wilder has Rolls Royce, Lamborghini, other cars worth £1.2m

Deontay Wilder has Rolls Royce, Lamborghini, other cars worth £1.2m

Deontay Wilder's fleet of expensive cars shows that the undefeated heavyweight has a second love aside from boxing.

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The 34-year-old has made £23-million in his numerous fights that got his opponents knocked down and out.

But the undefeated American has shown that he has soft spot for luxurious rides including a Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, Hummer and others.

Here are the exotic cars parked in Wilder's garage


After winning the WBC belt from Bermane Stiverne, the six-foot-plus fighter rewarded himself with a £430,000 car on a special Lamborghini Aventador.

He rolled up to Exotic Euro Cars in Woodland Hills, California and reportedly splashed around £430,000 on a specially made Lamborghini Aventador.

The car is wrapped in alligator-skin with cream leather seats and can reach a top speed of 217 mph due to its 700-plus horse power V12 engine.


The Bronze Bomber Rolls Royce Phantom convertible is regarded as one of the most expensive in the market, and it has a 563 horse power V12 engine.

HUMMER H2, £70,000

Wilder owns a £70,000 Hummer Zuad Mobile with a 34 inch custom bronze and chrome star wheel rims which is also engraved with the words Bomb Zquad on them.


Wilder drove a Rolls Royce SUV with a black and bronze snake skin and a leather interior design back in August 2019.

His logo got customized on the 26 inch wheels made by Dreamworks Motorsports in North Carolina.


The Dodge is one of the cheapest motor in Deontay's collection, you could argue that it's his most finest looking.

It has impressive hub caps, special side-opening doors and sprayed in shades of red with a powerful 6.2 litre V8 engine.


"Imma keep riding my baby as long as the weather's right," Wilder wrote in a Tweet with a pic of the beautiful bike.

It has a leather exterior design and the two-wheels can reach a top speed of 186 mph.


Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton and LA Lakers legend Shaquille O'Neal were celebrities who owned the three-wheeled Polaris Slingshot.

Wilder has shared images on social media, zooming around town on one. It is capable of reaching 0-60 mph in under five seconds and it is powered by a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine.

Floyd Mayweather has come out of his shell to condemn the recent Athlete of the Decade award given to fellow American Lebron James.

It will be the second time the undefeated five-division champion will be missing out on accolade as LA Lakers star scooped the 2020 edition.

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