A few weeks back Mayweather got on Instagram, the online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take pictures and videos, and share them with anyone that follows them, and flexed is metal and it’s impressive.
There are not many boxers that can boast of Mayweather’s boxing accomplishments, love him or hate him.
He has 49 Wins (26 knockouts, 23 decisions), 0 Losses and 0 Draws. And to top it off, he’s super wealthy with a healthy appetite for collecting cars.
Floyd Mayweather goes to Instagram to show his followers that his hard work over the last 19 years in boxing has paid off.
If you haven’t seen his post, there it is below.
— Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweather) October 21, 2015
It’s been said that he bought 100 cars from one dealership alone. He has a string of Ferraris and Bugattis and now he’s putting his Ferrari Enzo up for auction.
He’s co-signed it to RM Sotheby’s for its upcoming Driven By Disruption sale in New York next month. The record for the highest price paid for an Enzo at auction currently stands at over $6 million, set at Monterey this past summer. But that was the very last example, made for Pope John Paul II, with just 111 miles on it.
Check out Mayweather’s personal driver, Bruce Miller aka Bruce The Driver, giving a tour of just some of the Champ’s fleet below.