Floyd Mayweather spends over $1M on Super Bowl suite & tickets for himself & 34 'first-time watchers'
Floyd Mayweather recently shared photos of wire transfers and cashier cheques and revealed that he has spent over $1m on a Super Bowl suite & tickets.-
The Super Bowl fever has started to sweep al across the United States as celebrities are all braced up to witness the Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers. While everyone is planning to enjoy the Super Bowl 2024 in their own way, Boxer Floyd Mayweather took things too far to enjoy the ultimate match of American football. Floyd Mayweather recently shared photos of wire transfers and cashier cheques and revealed that he has spent over $1m on a Super Bowl suite and he will be taking 34 people with him to enjoy the Chiefs vs 49ers game.
Sharing Super Bowl Suite's cheque, Floyd Mayweather wrote, "I don’t kiss a*s and I never have to beg for nothing especially not to get a Super Bowl suite. I don’t mind accepting invites at times, but one things for sure...The person that’s paying does all the saying. Therefore I get My Own seats and suites so I can do what I want and invite who I want! I’m blessed to be taking 34 people to experience the 1st Super Bowl in Las Vegas! $1,131,000.00." The first picture was Wire Amount & Source of Funds which showcased that the American boxer spent $850,000 for the Super Bowl suite and in another slide, two cashier cheques of $281,000.00 for Super Bowl 2024 tickets were paid.
For those who haven't followed American football, the NFL's final championship game i.e. Super Bowl 2024 between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will go down at the Allegiant Stadium on February 11 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Multiple celebrities including Taylor Swift are likely to visit the sports night of the year.
Apart from this Mayweather also shared that he paid taxes of $18,047,181. He shared the photo with the caption saying, "Just before I paid that light million and change for that little Super Bowl stuff, I had to pay the IRS aka Uncle Sam $18,047,181. This is what I owed in taxes while I’m retired so just imagine what I was paying when I was activated."
Floyd Mayweather spends over $1M on Super Bowl suite for himself & 34 'first-time watchers'