Sunday, October 01, 2017

Floyd Mayweather shows off stunning eight-foot art of Conor McGregor in £19m Beverly Hills mansion

Floyd Mayweather made history when be beat Conor
McGregor last month - and he's made sure he'll never forget his win over the Irishman.

The boxing legend took his record to 50-0 in August when he stopped the UFC star in the 10th round of their Las Vegas mega-fight.

And he now has a memento of the fight in his £19million Beverly Hills mansion after commissioning two eight-foot pieces of art.

Made of broken glass, one is of Mayweather himself, and the other is of McGregor and were created by artist Tiffanie Anderson.

Mayweather initially retired in 2015 when he outpointed Andre Berto for his 49th victory.

But he was lured back into the ring by McGregor, who holds the UFC's lightweight title.

The Dubliner has not fought in the promotion since winning the 155lb belt from Eddie Alvarez last November.

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