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The Craziest Mansions Owned By Pro Athletes

It’s no secret that athletes have the ability to turn their incredible physical gifts into great wealth. When this happens, these individuals must ask themselves: What am I supposed to do when I have more money than I know what to do with? For us, the answer would be quite simple: Buy a sweet crib, obviously.

The majority of athletes with serious loot have awesome houses. Some, however, take their crib game to the next level. These superstars come to mind.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. greets fans at his London press conference.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. greets fans at his London press conference. Floyd Mayweather Jr. flashes his money in more ways than one. | Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

As one of the highest-paid athletes on the planet, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has more than enough dough to make all his wishes comes true. And when it comes to figuring out where he’s going to lay his head at night, “Money” spares no expense.

Per Forbes, Mayweather’s Las Vegas pad is a “a 22,000-square-foot ego palace of ludicrous sin city curiosities—12-person shower; tiger cub; showroom of shiny Bugattis, McLarens and Bentleys he never drives; and endless money stacks he takes selfies with.” Like him or not, Floyd knows how to take extravagance to the next level.