Floyd Mayweather shows off incredible world title belt collection as boxing legend jumps on private jet with Haney – The Sun

FLOYD MAYWEATHER'S stunning belt collection – including his 15 world titles – has been shown off on social media by Devin Haney.

The 21-year-old American uploaded the clip on social media to his 700,000 Instagram followers, where he also filmed the duo boarding a private jet together.

And the American – who is the current WBC lightweight champion – was left in awe of the sheer amount of straps Mayweather won during his glittering career.

Mayweather, 43, racked up a record of 50 wins from 50 fights before hanging up his gloves in 2017 after stopping UFC star Conor McGregor in the tenth round.

And it was the special WBC 'Money' belt that he picked up after beating the Notorious that the 1996 Olympic bronze seemed most proud of.

Mayweather could be heard in the video boasting of the 3,360 diamonds that are encrusted on the strap, with the belt costing a whopping £310,000 to make.

Haney was interested in seeing the first world title that was picked up by the unbeaten American – the WBC super featherweight title Mayweather won when he emerged victorious over Genaro Hernandez in 1998.

During his career, Mayweather won world titles in five different weight limits, where he was the lineal champion in four separate divisions.

A two-time Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year winner, he picked up every major belt on offer.

Mayweather has appeared to have taken Haney, 21, under his wing after he was filmed training him in a pads session.

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Following the death of his uncle Roger, he has revealed how he has been inspired to become a top-class coach.

The former fighter has found himself in hot water recently after footage emerged of him partying at a nightclub amid the coronavirus crisis.

He was caught on cameras revelling at the International Boutique Nightclub in Arizona on Saturday night with hundreds of other people at the venue.

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