Floyd Mayweather gives a glimpse of his plans for Japan by sharing a glossy video


Floyd Mayweather, the boxing star has shared a video where that features women cavorting in a bath. The video also reveals poker games, expensive cars and some short clips of Mayweather fighting. He has tried to reveal his plans for the upcoming event taking place in Japan.

Mayweather always shows off his wealth and decadent lifestyle.
He also previewed a glossy party taking place in Tokyo, Japan. Mayweather has a fight with kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa at a venue near Tokyo.

The video he shared begins with two models drinking champagne in a soapy bath before showing a train passing through the city. The more models carry the fire through packed crowd and a flaring message pops up. The message reads, ” We are not just an entertainment”.


Then, a procession of white Rolls-Royce cars can be seen driving at night which follows more models. After this, the glimpse of former champion can be seen wearing a grey suit. The video also shows glimpses of Manny Pacquiao who lost on points to Mayweather. He lost four welterweight titles in 2015 against Floyd.

A pair of red dice rolls and expensive watches along with luxury handbags are also visible in the video followed by Mayweather landing a punch on kickboxer Nasukawa in a fight at Saitama Super Arena in 2018 which made Floyd earn $9 million.

After a pair of red dice roll and watches are accompanied by shots of luxury handbags, Mayweather can be seen landing a punch on kickboxer Nasukawa during their 138-second fight at the Saitama Super Arena in 2018 that earned the American around $9 million. After this some dancers, DJ’s and rappers appear with a logo of Mayweather’s ‘The Money Team’ brand.


The video reads that he is going to go through the lessons, the setbacks and the hate. The promo adds, “We are in high roller business, we are the number one promoters in Tokyo.”

Mayweather always brags. He once wore a $1.4 million watch to brag at his rival Conor McGregor during a promotional tour and later beat the former UFC champion in a boxing match in 2017.

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