WATCH: Floyd Mayweather’s ‘Sweet 16’ Collection of Black Luxury and Sports Cars is Insane

by Matthew Memrick
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Floyd Mayweather’s insane “Sweet 16” collection of black luxury and sports cars is impressive to see live or by video.

On Friday, the former boxer and current boxing promoter starts a two-minute Instagram video clip by saying, “we’ve got options, options, options.”

The video pans through his dazzling collection of five Roll-Royces, four Ferraris, the “original” McLaren F1, G-Wagon (Mercedes G-Class), Bentley coupe. He’s also got a truck and car version of the Lamborgini and Maybach. The boxer said in the video that he had 100 cars but was looking at the particular part of his collection.

One website estimated his car collection’s worth at $10 million. Floyd Mayweather has made over $400 million in career boxing earnings. Oh, and he’s got a $6.4 million watch collection.

In 2018, The New York Times said Mayweather was “the most-paid athlete in the world, with earnings amounting to $275 million.” His total earnings, with endorsements, was $285 million.

Mayweather, 44, was trying to figure out which car he’d take to ride to Girl Collection, his gentleman’s club.

“I’ve got options. I don’t know what I wanna take out tonight,” Mayweather said.

What does he pick? The Maybach (car version).

He finishes the video by saying to “make things nice and easy.”

Would Floyd Mayweather get back in the ring for Pacquiao?

Could a rematch with Manny Pacquiao be on the horizon after Mayweather blasted internet celebrity Jake Paul in a June exhibition fight?

TMZ Sports caught up with Pacquiao. The boxer said he wasn’t interested in boxing with Paul, but wanted a meatier fight with Floyd Mayweather.

“No, I will not,” he said when asked about fighting Paul. “I will not. I want to fight the best to add on to my legacy.”

In 2015, Mayweather and Pacquiao fought in “The Fight of The Century.” Based in Paradise, Nev., the fight had a record $400 million in earnings.

Floyd Mayweather won the contest by unanimous decision. Although the fight was one of the most anticipated sporting events in history, fans and the boxing community viewed it as a dud.

Both fighters toyed with each other for months. Mayweather suffered a rib injury at one point, but disputes over money, blood testing plagued the boxing date for months. 

Then, when the fight happened, Pacquiao disclosed he had a shoulder injury that had not fully healed. He later would say that he re-injured the shoulder during the battle. ESPN reported that fans filed lawsuits over the disclosure of Pacquiao’s injury afterward.

The Los Angeles Times reported that Floyd Mayweather got IV injections the day before the fight that were suspect. The World Anti-Doping Agency usually doesn’t allow big injections before the fight, but the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency allowed the injections.

In 2018, Mayweather said a rematch was coming, but it never happened.

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