Floyd Mayweather has never drawn himself back from dishing out millions of dollars to buy some of the most luxurious products in the world. The 43-year-old boxer likes to flaunt his expensive collection of cars, jewelry, and specifically, his watches.
In 2018, 'Money' had bought a 260-carat diamond watch, tagged as 'The Billionaire Watch'. According to Esquire, Mayweather spent a whopping $18 million to purchase the lavish wristwatch.
It contains 239 emerald-cut baguette diamonds, and every diamond weighs almost three carats. The first edition of the watch was introduced in 2015 by the famed wristwatch retail company, Jacob & Co. The face of the watch is shaped rectangular that also features 18-carat white gold.
In 2019, Floyd Mayweather posted a video to his Instagram account, where he flashed his collection of 41 luxurious watches. In the video, the undefeated boxer stated that he takes 30 watches along with him on a 30-day vacation.
"You know what’s crazy, people are always in my fu****g business worried about what I’m doing... Now if I go on vacation, my fault, when I go on paycation for 30 days, I take 30 watches with me. But you know what, what’s crazy is this, If we add ten more days, I take ten more watches, but then I say, ‘f**k it,’ if I want to bring out the one and only, then I bring out the watch that costs $18 million," said Mayweather.
Is Floyd Mayweather's billionaire watch the most expensive watch in the world?
Although Floyd Mayweather's 260-carat diamond watch cost him $18 million, it is not the most expensive watch in the world. According to autoevolution, 'The Graff Hallucination' is the costliest watch priced at $55 million. It contains 110 carats of rare colored diamonds.
'The Graff Fascination' is the second-most expensive watch rated at $40 million, which features a stunning 152.96 carats of white diamonds. 'Chopard 201 Carat' watch is third on the list priced at $25 million.
Recently, Floyd Mayweather bought another splendid watch for his newborn grandson, Kentrell Jr. He reportedly shelled out $45,000 for his five-week-old grandson, born to Yaya Mayweather and rapper NBA Youngboy.