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Floyd Mayweather Splashes $1.1 Million on Super Bowl Extravaganza, Reveals Eye-Popping $18 Million Tax Bill

Floyd Mayweather, the undefeated boxing legend with a 50-0 record, recently shared his extravagant Super Bowl plans in Las Vegas. The retired champ, who calls the city home, didn’t hold back, disclosing that he spent a cool $1.1 million to treat 34 friends to the Super Bowl experience at Allegiant Stadium.

In a social media post, Mayweather asserted his independence, stating, “I don’t kiss ass and I never have to beg for nothing, especially not to get a Super Bowl suite.” He emphasized his self-reliance, explaining, “I get my own seats and suites so I can do what I want and invite who I want!”

Notably, Mayweather didn’t just drop details about his Super Bowl extravaganza; he also threw some staggering financial figures into the mix. The boxing icon revealed that he forked over a whopping $18 million in taxes this year, showcasing the substantial amount he contributes to the tax coffers.

It’s not the first time Mayweather has made headlines for his financial transparency. The retired boxer is known for flaunting his wealth, and this time, he backed it up with numbers, illustrating that his Super Bowl expenses are just a fraction of what he pays in taxes.

Mayweather’s post stirred curiosity, as fans wondered about the source of such significant tax payments. The retired fighter, whose lucrative bouts against Manny Pacquiao and Conor McGregor are etched in sports history, continues to make headlines, not only for his achievements in the ring but also for his extravagant lifestyle and financial prowess.

As Mayweather gears up for the Super Bowl weekend in style, it’s evident that even in retirement, the champ knows how to make a statement – both in and out of the ring.

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