Less than a month after he reportedly netted $100 million for his 10th round TKO of Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather has decided to spoil himself. However, instead of indulging with a fancy dinner or a night out like you, me, or some other schlub, he plopped down $26 million on a new mansion in Beverly Hills, $500,000 of which was to furnish the place. A source with knowledge of the transaction says he paid for it in cash.

Dang.

The home has all the amenities that you would expect for a guy who semi-regularly counts his money on Instagram. By that we mean it is 15,000+ square feet, has six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, marble floors, LED-lit handrails, a bar lounge, a library (for some reason), a staff apartment, a gym with mirrors paneling the walls, a spa, a swimming pool, and a 20-seat movie theater with its own concession stand.

In fact, if you want a tour of the inside, a la MTV Cribs, here's a slideshow with 23 pictures of the property. Click to your heart's content.

The new home is just the latest real estate to be acquired by Mayweather, as he also owns a 2,500 sq. ft. high-rise condo in Los Angeles, a 3,000 square foot property in Miami, a 5,200 sq. ft. waterfront residence in Miami Beach, and a number of residences in and around Las Vegas (including a 22,000 sq. ft. mansion). Anyway be careful with acquiring too many residences, Floyd. No rich guy wants to become the next Johnny Depp.