Floyd Mayweather shows off incredible spending spree in Dubai Mall as he's forced to get big convertible to carry it all
BOXING icon Floyd Mayweather showed off his incredible spending spree in a Dubai Mall by getting a convertible to carry his shopping.
The 45-year-old is stepping inside the ring in the Middle East against former sparring partner Don Moore on May 21.
Mayweather's exhibition against unbeaten Moore is set to take place from a helipad on a skyscraper.
And around 20 guests will be in attendance for the fight, which is due to start at 10pm UK time.
The fight was originally set for May 14, but it was postponed following the death of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
But to take up some of his time, Mayweather did some shopping in a Dubai Mall.
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Money Mayweather loaded some of the world's luxury brands into a convertible, which brought the mall to a standstill.
Visitors stopped to take pictures of the cars carrying the boxer's shopping.
Mayweather shared a video to his Instagram with the caption: "Light day of shopping in Dubai Mall."
Mayweather isn't taking opponent Moore lightly.
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The 50-0 legend said ahead of the fight: "I’ve known Don for a long time and I know that he’s a very smart fighter who I can’t take lightly.
“I believe that he’s coming to prove something in this fight.
"On top of this fight being at a one-of-a-kind venue, you’re going to see a guy coming in to take his shot at The Best Ever.”
Mayweather's last exhibition took place last June and saw him lock horns with YouTuber Logan Paul at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium.
Social media sensation Paul claims to have not been fully paid for the fight and is planning to take legal action against the boxing great.
He told TMZ: "No, he has not paid me in full. That is a fact. Short a few mil.
"I'm not f***ing with you. We’re taking this one to court. See you in the courtroom.
"Congrats on going to prison, Floyd."
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