Floyd Mayweather watch collection: How much are ‘Money’ Mayweather’s watches worth?

Floyd Mayweather owns many timepieces and has a highlight reel collection of watches. Find out more details about them.

Floyd Mayweather watch collection: How much are ‘Money’ Mayweather’s watches worth?

Floyd Mayweather watch collection (Image via : TMZ)

Floyd Mayweather is one of the most flamboyant personalities in boxing and combat sports. Whether you like him or not, it is hard not to agree that he is among the most successful boxers in the sport’s history. Throughout his professional career, Floyd Mayweather fought some of the greatest fighters like Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao, Canelo Alvarez, and others.


Even though Floyd Mayweather retired after his bout against Conor McGregor, he still partakes in exhibition bouts. Mayweather amassed a huge fortune by selling 24 million PPVs and generating over a billion dollars in revenue in his professional career. Standing true to his moniker ‘Money,’ Mayweather lives the most opulent lifestyle. He owns many luxury items, multi-million dollars worth of car collections, and watches worth the cost of private jets. His collection features some of the most intricate movements and the flashiest timepieces.

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The most expensive watch in Floyd Mayweather’s collection

Floyd Mayweather’s watch collection features some of the biggest brands with the highest-carat diamonds. Mayweather reportedly owns over 40 luxury watches. However, the number could have increased significantly since ‘Money’ does not hesitate to buy luxuries. His collection features watches from stellar brands like Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Patek Phillipe, Richard Mille, and Hublot.

Floyd Mayweather's most expensive watch
Floyd Mayweather in his Jacob & Co. Billionaire III ( image via Instagram /Jacob & Co.)

However, none of his watches come close to his Jacob & Co. Billionaire III. Jacob & Co. specializes in producing exorbitantly high-priced watches studded with quality factory-set diamonds. The Billionaire III consists of a set with 260 carats of emerald-cut diamonds on a rectangular white gold case with a skeletonized dial. The timepiece features a tourbillon movement along with skeletonized ruthenium hands. The watch costs a whopping $18 million, and only the richest can afford it.

Mayweather’s watch collection also includes other Jacob & Co. timepieces like the Jacob & Co. Royal and Jacob & Co. Rainbow Tourbillon, which cost over a million dollars. However, no watch comes near Billionaire III’s cost, and it remains the most prized timepiece in Mayweather’s collection.

Floyd Mayweather and his partnership with Hublot

Floyd Mayweather is a massive fan of Hublot and has worn many limited-edition pieces in his public appearances. The Hublot MP-05 LaFerrari Sapphire is one of Floyd’s collection’s more interesting Hublot pieces. The watch movement is meant to resemble a Ferrari engine, and the case comprises a single piece of Sapphire. The watch retails for around $545,000, $30,000 less than its initial price during its release.

Floyd Mayweather's Hublot collaboration
Money Mayweather sporting his MP-05 LaFerrari Sapphire and Big Bang Unico Haute Joaillerie ( image via Professional Watches)

Hublot Big Bang Unico Haute Joaillerie remains Floyd’s most expensive Hublot timepiece. The watch is studded with 653 factory-set baguette diamonds totaling 40.02 carats. The watch retailed over a whopping million dollars when Floyd bought it in Dubai.


Besides owning a limited edition Hublot, Floyd partnered with the company to produce limited edition pieces. His Hublot Unico TMT Yellow gold features factory set 48 baguette-cut diamonds and 378 open-cut diamonds, and a skeleton dial. The watch had TMT over the dial, referring to Mayweather’s promotion company, and TBE on the back to denote ‘ The Best Ever.’

Floyd Mayweather and his iced-out timepieces

Besides his extensive Hublot and Jacob & Co. Collection, Mayweather owns many iced-out watches from Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Patek Phillipe, and Richard Mille. While most have been iced out off-market, some watches feature factory-set diamonds. The big difference remains that factory-set diamond timepieces are more likely to have greater value appreciation than off-market iced-out pieces.

Some pieces among his iced-out collection include the Patek Phillipe Nautilus 5723/1R. The watch retails for around $ 350,000 and features 590 Baguette cut diamonds. Apart from that, Mayweather owns an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore 15130. This watch retails for well over $ 1 million. The watch features 474 baguette-cut diamonds on its case and bracelet and 116 baguette-cut diamonds on its dial.

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Floyd Mayweather and his iced-out collection ( image via SPORTbible/Wrist Enthusiast/The US Sun)

Mayweather has a couple of sporty Richard Mille watches in his collection. Undisputed lightweight boxer Devin Haney also sports a RM 011. No luxury collection is complete without a couple of timepieces from Rolex. Mayweather’s Rolex Sky-Dweller ref. 326938 features a gold dial with a second-time zone in white at the center of the ring. The Sky-Dweller of Mayweather got discontinued from the market. Floyd Mayweather has sported an iced-out version of the same model that goes around $ 80k.


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