By flaunting his riches on social media, Floyd Mayweather has again stayed true to his ‘Money’ nickname.
Next month, Mayweather is scheduled to return to the ring for an exhibition bout with Logan Paul, a YouTube sensation.
Mayweather is said to be promised $5m (£3.7m) plus 50 percent of all PPV revenue for their meeting.
And in a video on social media, the 43-year-old, who frequently shares images showing his money, has done so again.
In a diamond-encrusted watch, Mayweather can be seen with his chains still appearing to be worth thousands of dollars.
And Mayweather captioned the video, having originally called it a day in his boxing career: “I retired from boxing, but I did not retire from making money.”
Mayweather initially quit retirement in 2017 to defeat Conor McGregor, the former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion.
A year later, in an exhibition, he then defeated kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa and was ringside when Anthony Joshua stopped Kubrat Pulev last month.
Fanmio CEO Solomon Engel announced his belief that Mayweather’s bouts against Manny Pacquiao and McGregor in 2015 would exceed the 4.6m and 4.4m PPV sales of the matchup.