Floyd Mayweather's new mansion is pretty sweet
FLOYD Mayweather has splurged $32 million to buy a luxurious six-bedroom property in the most exclusive part of Los Angeles.
The retired boxer has proudly shown off his new pad, which includes a mega wine cellar, a cinema big enough to seat 50 people and a personal sweets emporium.
Mayweather posted a video of him swooping for sweets before heading into his cinema to watch Sportscenter.
The footage shows jars of sweets and popcorn surrounding a drinks machine, with two racks of other treats beneath.
Tootsie Rolls, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Kit Kats, Orville Redenbacher popcorn and packs of Red Vines can all be seen on the shelves.
Mayweather moves in for a handful of his favourites in the video, before moving into his plush personal cinema.
Along with the video, he posted the caption: "Grabbing a few snacks before watching SportsCenter in my Beverly Hills Palace movie theatre, that comfortably seats 50 people."
Mayweather's incredible pad, set behind the famous Beverley Hills Hotel, also boasts a cocktail bar and a separate guesthouse with it's own gym.
Mayweather spent a further $620,000 on top of the sale price on home furnishings as he makes the most of the $24 million he collected from his clash with UFC star McGregor last month.
The 15,000 square foot main building was built in 1992 but completely renovated two years ago and was originally on the market for $47m.
But Mayweather was able to knock down the asking price with his cash purchase to add the home to other properties he owns in Las Vegas and Miami.
Set in private gardens surrounded by palm trees, the two-storey property has a row of ten French doors that open from the living room to the grounds.