KING of bling Floyd Mayweather shows he is literally Rolling in money after his two-minute destruction of kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.
The Yank barely got out of first gear for the exhibition fight – but took his spending on cars in the past week to £2MILLION of his £7.1m pay-day by unveiling a Mercedes G-Wagon and Rolls Royce Cullinan 4X4, with huge bundles of cash inside.
Instagram @FloydMayweather6 Big-spending superstar Floyd Mayweather shows off some of his earnings – in the new Rolls Royce he has added to his car collection
Unbeaten Mayweather rarely seems happier than when he is flaunting his wealth, having come out of retirement to earn around £218m from beating Irish UFC star Conor McGregor in August 2017.
Posting a video of his latest new motors on Instagram, Mayweather even asked for help from viewers.
The 41-year-old said: “You guys tell me, shall I take this truck out today, my G-Wagon, my Tonka Toy? Or should I take my Rolls Royce truck out today?”
And as the camera panned inside his Roller, both front seats can be seen covered in American dollars and Japanese yen.
Instagram @FloydMayweather6 This Rolls Royce Cullinan 4X4 will have set Floyd Mayweather back at least £250m
Instagram @floydmayweather6 American Floyd Mayweather added to his 100-plus collection of motors with a £140k Mercedes G-Wagon
"The Money" admitted he only trained a few times with Daquan Mays and sparred with super middleweight prospect Denis Douglin before brutally outclassing Nasukawa in Tokyo on New Year's Eve.
Mayweather grinned and strolled his way round the first minute against the bobbing 20-year-old before stalking Nasukawa and flooring him three times in the second and last minute of the scheduled three-rounder.
The former five-weight world champion had already spent £1.6m of the easiest mega-millions pay-day of his career before the bout actually took place.
Mayweather bought a £355k Rolls Royce Phantom, £368k Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé, £365k Rolls Royce Wraith and a "bargain" Rolls Royce Dawn at £264k.
6 Floyd Mayweather reveals to his Instagram followers he is caning it with easy money from fighting Tenshin Nasukawa
And for runarounds he added a £172k Mercedes-Maybach limousine plus a Ferrari 488, which starts at precisely £237,814.
At least, though, Mayweather has finally revealed he trained a bit harder than he first suggested – enlisting Douglin to sharpen him up.
Mayweather initially claimed: “Did I have a training camp for this fight? No.
“I went to the gym a few times and moved around with Daquan (Mays), a young champion on the rise.
Instagram @floydmayweather6 Floyd Mayweather shows off the seat of power as he splashes out again
“Now, I’m gonna call him a champion now – he could be a champion, which I believe he can, with experience, and if he listened.
"He’s young, he has a lot to learn, but he will be okay.
“I’m just happy he was able to move around with me, just a little bit, just to get the kinks out, so I can come out here and perform for you guys.”