Floyd Mayweather Is Selling His Ferrari Enzo, Already

We don’t know if you paid any attention to the world of professional boxing these days, but it turns out Floyd Mayweather's bout against Manny Pacquiao wasn’t just considered the fight of the century. On a preliminary count, the five-division champ made around $300 million. You’d say that’s enough to call the night. Well, it isn’t for the undefeated boxer who has just decided to sell the Ferrari Enzo he bought six months ago.
Floyd Mayweather Is Selling His Ferrari Enzo, Already 1 photo
When we wrote about Mayweather’s lifestyle and the way the boxer does business we said that the fighter is buying a new ride every six months or so. We rather used it as a figure of speech, but it turns out there’s more to it than that.

Remember when USA Today did this interview with Floyd in which the 38-year-old fighter said he bought 100 cars from the same auto dealership for several years?

Well, it’s not the same dealership he’s selling his Enzo at. In fact, it’s where he bought it from in the first place. How do we know Mayweather is selling it? Judging by the person driving the car into the shop’s showroom.

The owner of Fusion Luxury Motors Obi Okeke himself is driving the precious Prancing Horse, and that can only mean something: his most esteemed customer wants to go car shopping again.

Since we’re looking at a $3 million dollars supercar, there’s not a lot of other auto models Mayweather won’t be able to afford buying after he cashes this one in. The question is, what will Money’s next opulent speed machine be? LaFerrari, Porsche 918 or McLaren P1?


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A video posted by FUSION LUXURY MOTORS (@fusionluxurymotors) on Jun 11, 2015 at 5:07pm PDT


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