- Floyd Mayweather has showed off his £200k (R4 million) diamond-encrusted watch
- Recently, he shared on Instagram pictures of him donning a custom-designed top
- The retired boxers has a collection of luxurious watches including another stunning £13.75m diamond-encrusted watch he bought after 50th career win over Conor McGregor
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has proved he has not gone broke as previously claimed after openly flaunting a luxurious diamond-encrusted watch during UK trip.
SunSport reports Newcastle, Glasgow and Blackpool are among the destinations Mayweather has been to during his week-long tour.
During the excursion, the boxing legend partied with fans and engaged in fun activities including signing a tattoo of his face on a punter's leg.
And like the flashy celebrity he is, the 43-year-old has done a really nice job in keeping his followers up to date with his tour.
Recently, he shared a string of photos of his trip on Instagram showing him donning a custom-designed top.
He integrated his Union Jack hoodie with a Richard Mille watch encrusted with diamond understood to be worth at least £200,000.
The expensive timepiece would perfect fit the retired boxer's collection of luxurious watches including another stunning £13.75m diamond-encrusted watch he bought after 50th career win over Conor McGregor.
Meanwhile, the lavish lifestyle evidenced during his time in the UK came just days after rapper 50 Cent alleged Mayweather has gone broke.
But the retired boxer slammed 50 Cent after the American rapper claimed the undefeated boxer has gone broke.
The Money Man the took to his social media handle to post a photo of his shoe closet in response to his former friend's claim.
"This is just my shoe closet part 1," Mayweather said on his Instagram handle.
50 Cent and Mayweather used to be good friends until they fell out publicly and their relationship turned sour.
Mayweather has also offered to train fellow countryman Deontay Wilder so that he can overcome Tyson Fury in their big trilogy fight.
This offer comes after Deontay Wilder was beaten mercilessly in Las Vegas by Tyson Fury in which the Brit was declared as the winner in the seventh round of the epic fight.
Before his retirement, Floyd Mayweather was unbeaten in his 50 professional fights even though there are talks that he could be coming back to the ring.
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