Floyd Mayweather spends almost $20million in ONE DAY as boxing legend shows off Super Bowl tickets… and crazy tax bill

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FLOYD MAYWEATHER boasted on social media about his pricey Super Bowl tickets… and crazy EIGHT-FIGURE tax bill.

The 46-year-old boxing legend loves flaunting his reported £353million wealth and was all too happy to show the two eye-watering bills to his Instagram followers.

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Floyd Mayweather showed off his bill after buying luxury seats for the Super Bowl[/caption]
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The boxing hero also showed off his massive tax billInstagram / floydmayweather
Mayweather claims he ‘can do what he wants’ with his cashGetty

Undefeated icon Mayweather first revealed he has paid £871,000 ($1,131,000) to take 34 friends into a luxury suite at this Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

He posted his receipt on Instagram, saying: “I don’t kiss a** and I never have to beg for nothing especially not to get a Super Bowl suite.

“I don’t mind accepting invites at times, but one things for sure… the person that’s paying does all the saying.

“Therefore I get my own seats and suites so I can do what I want and invite who I want.

“I’m blessed to be taking 34 people to experience the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas.”

But Mayweather’s whopping day of spending didn’t stop there as he then showed off his £14.3million tax bill.

He again wrote on Instagram: “Just before I paid that light million and change for that little Super Bowl stuff, I had to pay the IRS aka Uncle Sam $18,047,181.

“This is what I owed in taxes while I’m retired so just imagine what I was paying when I was activated.”

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Mayweather, who lived up to his “Money” nickname, amassed his wealth via his 50-0 record in the ring.

He has since invested in multiple businesses and properties, including skyscrapers in New York and mansions in Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

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