Floyd Mayweather sits on wing of $50m custom private jet after confirming stunning $100m payday against Logan Paul

FLOYD MAYWEATHER has shared a snap of him sitting on the wing of his £43.5million private plane after banking $100m for his exhibition fight with Logan Paul.

The former five-weight world champion locked horns with the YouTuber in an eight-round exhibition earlier this month.

Mayweather looked every bit his 44 years as he went the distance with the elder Paul brother, who he desperately tried to stop.

But the Money man's bank balance received a healthy top up after their Miami melee and he boasted about the $100m, which is £72m, payday for the clash after Gervonta Davis' win on Saturday.

He said: “I'm the only person that can do a fake fight and get 100 M's. I could do legalised sparring and get 100 M's.”

Now he has taunted his haters even more by posting a photo of him on the wing of his jet and captioning it with: “When you live this lifestyle, you just wing it.”

The American, believed to be worth around £510m, has the perfect means for his jet-setting lifestyle.

He owns a plush £43.5m private jet, that has taken him to destinations including Monte Carlo, Hong Kong, Bali, Fiji and Tokyo, among many others.

And true to form, not a penny has been spared in making his frequent journeys as comfortable as possible.

The Gulfstream G650 jet, dubbed Air Mayweather, has glorious interior features including luxurious leather seats and even a bed for him to get some rest.


Also on board is an in-built entertainment system, so that there's not a boring moment in transit.

While perched on one of the leather seats, Mayweather has been known to have a nice trim, or even a rub down, having brought a masseuse aboard on a recent trip.

Far from the conditions of a stuffy commercial flight, fresh air is pumped into the aircraft every two minutes, keeping Floyd in perfect nick.

Air Mayweather features a satellite phone, a rarity even for luxurious private planes, in case he needs to make a call while cruising thousands of feet above the ground.

The plane's exterior has his name planted across the side, while the letters 'TBE' are also visible, standing for 'The Best Ever'.


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