If the year ended now, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. would have won.
Of course, there are still plenty of days left to catch up, but the trajectory the champ is on only points to the top!
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. made $14,800 for every punch he threw in his last fight of 2014 against Marcos Maidana. In all, he got paid a ridiculous $32 million for 12 three-minute rounds, and once again retained his status as the worlds highest-paid athlete, according to Forbes.
Hopefully, this is the year he finally faces Pacquiao in a long overdue fight. If not, hell be chilling. Check out why below.
According to Forbes, Floyd Mayweather made $105 million in 2014.
But, 2015 is looking even better for the undisputed champ.
Mayweather carries around his endless amounts of cash in Gucci bags.
And, of course, he has his own Gucci wallet.
He reportedly only wears a pair of shoes once and leaves them with the hotel when hes done.
Floyd also spends $6,500 a year on boxers, refusing to wear the same pair twice.
His eight-car collection in Las Vegas is now worth $7.3 million. He also has another fleet of whips in Miami.
`Welcome to my toy world! Who wants to come out & play? Bugatti Veyron Bugatti Veyron Bugatti Gran Sport Ferrari 458 Spider Ferrari 458 Spider Lamborghini Aventador Porsche 911 Turbo S Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Private Jet www.themoneyteam.com`
The Las Vegas fleet includes a Lamborghini Aventador worth $400k
a Porsche 911 Turbo worth $180k
a Ferrari 458 Spider worth $250k
a Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano worth $300k
two Bugatti Veyrons worth a combined $4 million
and another Bugatti Grand Sport worth $2 million.
Oh yeah, and thats not even counting his private jet!
I wanted to go shopping in another state today so I decided to take the G4 for a spin. #noluggage #meetmethere
He typically rides around while getting his head massaged by a beautiful female.
And he goes back to his home for a casual twerking party.
With checks like this, anything is possible!
Losing $100k on one single bet is nothing.
In his career, Floyd says hes made over $400 million without any endorsements.
Thats not bad for a young man out of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
2015 is going to be a busy year for the champ as he looks to finish his career strong.