Floyd Mayweather Reportedly Bought A Bugatti Chiron: Try To Act Shocked


He has Dr. Bugatti on call for crying out loud!

It should surprise no one to learn that Floyd Mayweather bought a Bugatti Chiron. Okay, that may not be 100 percent true but we’re going to take the word of TMZ Sports and its anonymous source on this one. According to the gossip rag Mayweather recently sold one of his Veyrons to make space (likely literally) for the upcoming supercar. The outlet says the boxer dropped $3.5 million on the Chiron, which is about $1 million more than current estimates pegged it at.

Even if the Chiron was priced at $10 million Mayweather could and would buy it. His collection isn’t very creative (contemporary supercars and luxury cars) but you have to give the man props for always going out to grab the latest and greatest. Here’s hoping Money actually drives the hell out of his new Bugatti and doesn’t just use it to leisurely cruise to the gym. That W16 8.0-liter quad-turbo is built for one thing: almost hitting/actually hitting 300 mph.

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