Money well spent: Mayweather’s retirement tour makes stop in El Nido
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is living off a retirement fit for a boxing king that he once was and perhaps, still is.
The former top pound-for-pound fighter in the world has been on a “country hop” that began in the pristine deserts of Dubai late last month.
His lavish trip, well-documented on his Instagram account, has now taken him to the serene islands of El Nido, Palawan where he went island hopping on a clear Tuesday afternoon.
The five-division world champion arrived in Manila early Tuesday morning on board his private jet dubbed “Air Mayweather.”
Before heading to the Philippines, Mayweather also enjoyed himself in the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore where he took a dip in the infinity pool overlooking the city. Then he flew to Bali, Indonesia before marveling at sacred Buddhist temples in Thailand.
Mayweather, who boasted of a flawless 50-0 record, has no plans of making a ring return after already coming out of retirement to dominate MMA star Conor McGregor in a crossover fight last year.
And why would he? His life outside the ring couldn’t be any better.
The 41-year-old Mayweather had already earned hundreds of millions of dollars throughout his celebrated boxing career including “The Fight of the Century” with Manny Pacquiao in 2015 where it generated around $300 to $400 million in gross revenue.