Takeaways from Mayweather vs. Canelo All-Access Episode 3
Showtime aired the third installment of Mayweather vs. Canelo All-Access on Saturday night, providing fight fans with a glimpse into the lavish lifestyle of Floyd Mayweather.
The man they call "Money" didn't disappoint, flaunting his riches with an obscene amount of pride. It was a highly entertaining (or infuriating, based on your opinion of Mayweather) episode that put everyone who has ever appeared on MTV Cribs to shame.
The episode also featured some shots of Mayweather in the gym as he prepares for his Sept. 14 fight with Canelo Alvarez. However, the unquestionable highlights centered around the wealth of Mayweather.
Here's what we learned from the episode.
The full episode will air several more times throughout the week on Showtime.
Mayweather's Car Collection Is INSANE
Mayweather continually tops Forbes' list of highest-paid athletes, so it's only natural that he has a sweet car collection. Still, the extent of his automotive arsenal is jaw-dropping.
That's right. Mayweather has two Ferraris, two Rolls Royces, a Lamborghini, a Bentley, a Bugatti and a Mercedes—and that's just in one city.
"When I talk about my car collection, I'm only talking about my Las Vegas car collection. I ain't talking about my LA car collection or my Miami car collection." - Floyd Mayweather
Good god, man.
Ladies Love Money Mayweather
Or, at least they love the money part. It's tough to tell if the slew of gorgeous women Floyd keeps around actually care about him. What is clear is that they love living the Money lifestyle.
Mayweather's groupies are as numerous as they are beautiful, much like his collection of cars. And like his cars, it's doubtful the women will stick around if Mayweather ever goes broke MC Hammer-style.
But for now, the women seem to enjoy sharing shotgun on the Mayweather bandwagon.
Floyd Mayweather Is One Smart Man
Say what you want about Floyd Mayweather, but there's no denying the dude has a high level of unique intelligence.
In the ring, Mayweather is perhaps the smartest fighter in the world. He is always calm and composed, and he dissects his opponents like a chess master. Outside the ring, the man's business sense is impeccable.
Mayweather is one of history's top boxing talents, but you don't get $41.5 million paydays just for being fast with your hands. He is a businessman in every sense of the word, and his mind-boggling lifestyle proves that his entrepreneurial efforts are paying off.
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