Floyd Mayweather took to his Instagram to remind us why the word "money" is practically synonymous with his own name.
In true Mayweather fashion, the 42-year-old boxing champ recorded a video that showed off his massive watch collection. "If I go on vacation—my fault, when I go on pay-cation for 30 days, I take 30 watches with me," says Floyd, casually opening two large briefcases filled with diamond-flooded timepieces.
If this wasn't enough, he also brandished an emergency case filled with 10 more watches, should his vacation get extended an extra 10 days. Finally, the clip ended with his display of the piece he called his "one and only," the $18 million watch by Jacob & Co (last year, Complex spoke to Floyd about the same watch).
Seeing that Money Mayweather took home a whopping $275 million in 2018 (making him the highest paid athelete for the year), it's safe to say that he is more than capable of amassing such a collection.
The boxing rivalry between the 50-0 fighter and Manny Pacquiao almost manifested into a rematch last year (which would've undoubtedly brought in a massive payday), though Mayweather shelved the idea in October. The two were recently seen dapping each other up at the Clippers-Hornets game on Tuesday (Jan. 8), where Pacquiao was in attendance at the Staples Center for Filipino Heritage Night.