Floyd Mayweather, the former American boxer known for his extravagant life and wealth, surprised his followers by revealing the millionaire expenses he incurred to bring his friends to Super Bowl LVIII, the most important sporting event in the United States.
The show that will be held on February 11, 2024, at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, where the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs will face each other and that will be followed by millions of people around the world, has reached record prices. . for tickets costing more than 30 thousand dollars per seat.
However, this is not a problem for Mayweather, who decided to invite 34 of his friends to a private suite at the stadium, where they can enjoy the event with all the comfort, as shown by the former boxer himself on his Instagram account, which revealed that it paid a total of one million 131 thousand dollars for the tickets, which corresponds to about 33 thousand dollars per person.
“I don’t kiss the cu&% and I don’t have to beg for anything, especially not getting a Super Bowl suite. I don’t mind accepting invitations once in a while, but one thing’s for sure: the person who pays does everything talking. So, I have my own seats and suites, so I can do whatever I want and invite whoever I want. I am lucky enough to take 34 people to experience the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas,” wrote Mayweather in his post, where he attached the invoices. for your purchase.
This is not the first time Floyd has flaunted his purchasing power and his extravagant spending for entertainment. The former boxer, who retired undefeated with a record of 50 wins and 0 losses, amassed a fortune estimated at more than a billion dollars, thanks to his successful fights and his businesses outside the ring.
Among his luxuries, his collection of sports cars, mansions in different parts of the world, diamond jewelry, gold watches, and his trips in private jets are foremost. In addition, Mayweather is a fan of sports betting and often puts large amounts of money at stake in NFL, NBA, and boxing games.