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If you beat Conor McGregor, how would you spend your $100M in winnings?

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Sep.September 17, 2017 11:03 AM

Floyd Mayweather decided to go house shopping.

After coming out of retirement to collect $100 million after beating Conor McGregor, the champion boxer decided to buy a home worth just over a quarter of his winnings, according to Bloomberg.

Mayweather bought his new Beverly Hills mansion for $26 million, almost $3 million less than the listing handled by Hilton & Hyland. The 15,000-square-foot home has a library, wine cellar, four-car garage and 20-seat movie theater in addition to its six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

The “French modern” home was developed by Nile Niami, who is preparing to list a Bel Air spec home for $500 million next year. If his dreams come true and the listing goes as planned, it will be one of the highest prices homes in the world.

[Bloomberg] — E.K. Hudson


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