Floyd Mayweather Boasts Private Jet More Expensive Than Kobe Bryant and Mike Trout’s Mansions Combined

Published 07/11/2022, 6:00 PM EDT

The crown prince of boxing, Floyd Mayweather Jr., is rightly nicknamed ‘Money’ Mayweather. Notably, he is the highest-paid boxer and one of the highest-paid athletes of all time. Moreover, this stellar pay scale has also paved for some extravagant displays of wealth. It is reported that Mayweather’s private jet is worth more than the combined cost of Kobe Bryant and Mike Trout’s mansions.


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Mayweather regularly flaunts his private jet on social media, named ‘Air Mayweather’. He owns a Gulfstream G650 which comes at a hefty price tag of USD 60 million. Moreover, Mayweather’s palace in the skies cruises at a speed of 650 mph. In fact, the jet was the champ’s gift to himself for his 41st birthday. Additionally, the champ did not sissy out on the interiors either. Air Mayweather has a chrome interior with leather seats and gold cup holders.

LAS VEGAS, NV – APRIL 29: WBC/WBA welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. attends a news conference at the KA Theatre at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on April 29, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather will face WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao in a unification bout on May 2, 2015 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

On the other hand, Mike Trout owns an impressive mansion worth USD 9.15 million in Newport Beach, California. The home boasts a massive foyer with double-height ceilings. Unsurprisingly, it also has six bedrooms and a massive fireplace.

However, the price of his house dwarfs in comparison to Mayweather’s private jet.

Mayweather’s jet soars over Kobe Bryant’s mansion

The late NBA legend Kobe Bryant owned a sprawling 15,760-square-foot property in Newport Coast, California.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA JANUARY 29, 2013-Lakers Kobe Bryant bites his jersey while Pau Gasol shoots a free throw at the Staples Center Tuesday. (Photo by Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

The mansion has 6 bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms and was purchased by the Lakers star in 2008. Unfortunately, as he was the first owner of the mansion, few pictures of the property exist online.

As of 2020, the house is said to cost USD 21 million. However, Mayweather’s jet still soars above with regards to price.

The money game with Floyd Mayweather

The fancy private jet is not the only expensive thing that the crown prince of boxing owns. In fact, Mayweather’s social media is chock full of Mayweather flaunting his many exorbitantly priced possessions.

Mayweather owns one of the most expensive timepieces in the world. His Jacob and Co Billionaire Tourbillion watch is priced at a whopping USD 18 million. The insane wallet tearing timepiece has an 18k white gold body. Furthermore, it is also embedded with 239 emerald-cut baguette diamonds weighing 3 carats each.

Coming from humble beginnings, Mayweather currently owns multiple properties. One of his most iconic homes is his lavish 21,000 sq ft mansion in Las Vegas. Dubbed the ‘Big Boy Mansion’, the impressive property is worth USD 10 million.

Mayweather’s personal fortress is an 11-bedroom, 14-bathroom monstrosity with swanky interiors and a vineyard. In fact, the house even has its own Instagram page.


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The champ also has a penchant for cars. His impressive car collection includes vehicles like Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita and also his own fleet of Bugattis and Rolls Royces.

It is reported that his car collection is worth a whopping USD 40 million.


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Joshua Ben Joseph

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Joshua Ben Joseph is a Boxing writer for EssentiallySports. He started his career as an editorial cartoonist and holds a BFA degree with a specialization in Animated Filmmaking and Screenwriting from AISFM, Hyderabad. An avid lover of boxing history, Joshua believes his writing extends his lifelong adoration for combat sports.

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