Floyd Mayweather Wins $100k Video Poker Jackpot

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is nicknamed Money. And he’s living up to his nickname by winning a video poker jackpot worth over $100,000. The recently retired boxer shared footage of himself sitting at a video poker machine in Las Vegas. “$70,000 right here,” he says while holding several printed tickets. “But I just hit the jackpot […]

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is nicknamed Money. And he’s living up to his nickname by winning a video poker jackpot worth over $100,000.

The recently retired boxer shared footage of himself sitting at a video poker machine in Las Vegas.

“$70,000 right here,” he says while holding several printed tickets.

“But I just hit the jackpot right here,” Mayweather adds. The camera zooms in to show a video poker jackpot worth $100,500.

Mayweather later laid the money out on a table. The video (see below) shows a large number of $100 bills wrapped up. The segment ends with Mayweather visiting the Las Vegas strip club that he owns called Girl Collection.

Money is No Stranger to Big Gambling Wins

The $170,500 that Mayweather won playing video poker is far from his only big win in the gaming world. He’s also an avid sports betting who has won some huge wagers.

According to Fox Sports, he showed gambling slips that revealed $4.3 million in total winnings in 2012. He also won $221,000 on a $170,000 bet placed on a 2016 Golden State Warriors playoff game.

This is the first time that I’ve seen him net a huge win in the video poker world.

Mayweather coming off Boxing’s Biggest Payday

Most people would be going crazy over winning $170k in video poker. But Floyd Mayweather isn’t most people.

In fact, he made an estimated $373 million off his recent boxing match with Conor McGregor.

The fight set pay-per-view records and is arguably the most-hyped boxing match ever.

Mayweather promptly retired after the fight because he’ll never see another payday like this again. And it doesn’t look like the winning ways have stopped for this 50-0 boxer, even in retirement.

 

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