Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 8/27/14
Everything Floyd Mayweather Jr. does has to do with money, and he would be the first person to tell you that. We’re talking about a guy who once admitted that he parties as much as he does to maintain his “money image.” On Saturday night, Mayweather celebrated his new deal mega-deal with Showtime. The welterweight champion also turned 36 on Sunday, so his new network family presented him with a classic Mayweather birthday cake. As you can see, it featured his face on a $1,000 bill. Is this the first birthday cake Mayweather has had featuring fake money? Of course not, and this cake from a couple years ago serves as a reminder of how obsessed he is with stacking paper. That helps explain why he chose to leave HBO for Showtime, as he is reportedly set to earn a minimum of $200 million over six fights with his new deal. Life is good for Floyd, even as he creeps closer and closer to 40. Photo via Twitter/Floyd Mayweather Jr. The post Floyd Mayweather gets birthday cake with his face on a $1,000 bill (Picture) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Floyd Mayweather’s Birthday Cake of Money Stacks Is Quite Fitting Cam Newton Birthday Cake (Picture) Floyd Mayweather Jr. Hit with $3.35 Million IRS Tax Bill
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