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Floyd Mayweather Wants to Sell You a Car – For $3.8 Million

The champ’s looking to unload his Ferrari Enzo five months after buying it. Why? Because he wants two other cars

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Floyd Mayweather, in a car you can't afford.

Benjamin Lowy

Floyd Mayweather isn’t a businessman. He’s a business, man.

It’s no secret that the welterweight champion has a fascination for expensive cars. One Las Vegas dealership has reportedly sold him more than 100 vehicles (16 of which were Rolls-Royces) over the last 18 years, and, in a move befitting a man nicknamed “Money,” more often than not, he pays for them in cash – duffel bags of it.

So it may come as no surprise to learn that, earlier this year, Mayweather bought a super-rare Ferrari Enzo for $3.2 million. Its previous owner? The Sheikh of Abu Dhabi. According to the Los Angeles Times, there are only 400 of the cars in the world, and just 111 of them here in the U.S. Here it is arriving at Fusion Luxury Motors, which definitely sounds like a place Floyd Mayweather would hang out.

 

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What is surprising, however, is that Mayweather is already looking to part ways with the supercar after owning it for just five months and 194 miles. If you’re interested, you’ll have to pool together $3.8 million, according to TMZ. Look under the couch cushions or something.

The reason Mayweather’s looking to flip his Ferrari so soon? Because his eyes are set on two other cars, which his dealer says are even more rare and extravagant. (Remember, this is a man who bought his son a gold Bentley golf cart for his 15th birthday.)

Of course, $4 million can get you a lot in this world: Want to buy a 30-second advertisement during the Super Bowl? You’re almost there. Single-handedly send Pornhub up to space to “make history“? That, too. Or just one bottle of Billionaire Vodka? I mean, sure, if that’s your thing.

Come to think of it, any of those things seem like a better investment than Floyd’s old Ferrari. At least Ronda Rousey’s Honda comes with an autograph.

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