Floyd Mayweather Net Worth & Mansion: Unbeaten Champion Reduces Asking Price for Florida Penthouse
Floyd Mayweather Jr., the unbeaten champion with a 48-0 win-loss record, now has a net worth of $380M as stated on Celebrity Net Worth. This could increase more after tabulating the total income generated from his recent boxing match with Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas.
With such a massive net worth, "The Money" has purchased a Las Vegas mansion and other properties under his name, notes Realtor.com. One of his real estate properties is a Florida penthouse that is now listed with a reduced asking price of $1.99M, down from almost $2.6M last July, reports Zillow. It was last sold in 2010 for $1.5M, so its asking price is still higher than that.
The Sunny Isles Beach home contains four bedrooms and five baths, covering a little over 3000 sq. ft, as noted on its listing. The property listing also describes the unit as a "luxury penthouse," "immaculate and professionally designed," and "a true home in the sky." What's more, the property is being sold furnished, listing agent Tanasha Pettigrew of Galleria International Realty told Gossip Extra.
The condo unit, built in 2009 that has been on the market for 10 months, has a homeowners association fee of $1,768, according to the listing. The Mayweather unit has central cooling system and an in unit laundry area. It also comes with two parking slots. It is equipped with elevator, lawn and a sports court but its most interesting description is having a strategic waterfront location in Sunny Isles Beach.
So, why is the champ saying goodbye to his condo home?
"He wants to leave condo life for a house. His four children are getting older - they are now 12 to 15 years old - so he wants them to be able to run around," Pettigrew explained via Gossip Extra.
Mayweather-Pacquiao rematch 2016
It seems Mayweather is open to fight Pacquiao again. In a text message sent to ESPN journalist Stephen Smith, Mayweather wrote, "I will fight him in a year after his surgery," reports ESPN.
However, before this rematch is set, each camp must first fix the tangle they are in.
For allegedly lying about his shoulder injury, Pacquiao may be penalized and suspended from boxing, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. Pacman may even be imprisoned from one to four years according to Daily Mail, for allegedly signing a document with falsified information. In another article the Journal notes that some boxing fans have already filed a lawsuit against the Filipino Champ for fraud charges.
On the other hand, Mayweather will also be facing a $20M defamation lawsuit from his ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris, who is the mother of his three children, reports CNN. Harris claims that Mayweather lied on his interview with Yahoo's Katie Couric last month. In the interview, Mayweather claimed that Harris was on drugs and he was just restraining her during the September 2010 incident, notes the news site. Mayweather was arrested for punching Harris, informs CNN.
"Did I kick, stomp, and beat someone? No, that didn't happen. ... Did I restrain a woman that was on drugs? Yes, I did. So if they say that's domestic violence, then, you know what? I'm guilty. I'm guilty of restraining someone," Mayweather told Couric.
But, after everything is settled, are the two camps sure that their fans will be willing to pay a high price again for tickets of their next fight?