Mayweather owns nine skyscrapers – including tallest commercial building in USA

Floyd Mayweather claims to own a remarkable nine skyscrapers as he continues to amass his ridiculous wealth – including ‘the tallest commercial building in America’.

Nicknamed ‘Money’ Mayweather, the boxer retired with a flawless 50-0 record back in 2017 after earning $1billion across his impressive career.

He defeated the likes of Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Manny Pacquiao and Canelo Alvarez across his sensational spell in the ring.

The 44-year-old recently admitted he does not miss competing when he attended the WBC’s annual convention in Mexico, as Mayweather instead revealed he is investing in property and expanding his portfolio.

“I’m ok,” Mayweather told the WBC when asked about his future.

“Floyd Mayweather made a lot of smart investments.

“One of the buildings I own is the tallest commercial building in America – so if you get a chance, go to New York and check it out.

“This is my ninth skyscraper.”

Mayweather has stakes in One Vanderbilt, a 93-story skyscraper in the Midtown neighbourhood in the borough of Manhattan.

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The building opened in 2020 after three years of construction, and it cost a staggering $3.31b to build.

The American superstar retired in 2015 but returned to fight UFC icon Conor McGregor in a boxing match, which Mayweather won via TKO in the 10th round.

He has returned for exhibition bouts against 23-year-old Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa – which he won in a single round – and YouTuber Logan Paul in June this year.

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Paul survived all eight rounds, but it was decided that no winner would be announced anyway.

Mayweather's far superior boxing skill was reflected by punch stats, with CompuBox reporting that Mayweather landed 43 punches of 107 thrown (40.2%) compared to Paul's 28 landed of 217 thrown (12.9%).

Mayweather reportedly made £74m from the clash with Paul – which he will likely invest in property, it seems.

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