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Floyd Mayweather set to open strip club in Las Vegas
Article written by SCN. Additional content from sportingnews.com.
Floyd Mayweather made enough money and 'smart investments' in his career to live a life of luxury and never have to work another day in his life.
And judging by his social media output, he doesn't scrimp when it comes to living the highlife.
The retired pound-for-pound champ has a vast business empire, including a promotions company with a solid stable of young fighters.
In short, he doesn't need to go out of his way to earn a buck and is never forced into doing anything he doesn't want to do.
So his most recent business venture is hardly surprising.
In fact, it's almost blatantly obvious what it would be.
Mayweather is planning on opening a Las Vegas strip club.
Named 'Girl Collection,' the self-styled "Premier Ultra Gentlemen's Club" is currently scouting for "exotic dancers" from around the globe.
The video was posted to a Girl Collection Instagram page last weekend and shared by Mayweather to his 14 million followers on the social media platform. At the time of writing, the Girl Collection page had 4240 followers.
"Floyd has obtained licensing for Girl Collection and as far as when it opens and things like that, they haven't been determined yet," Mayweather's attorney told the Las Vegas Sun newspaper.
Mayweather retired from boxing (again) after a lacklustre 2015 win over Andre Berto, leaving the sport with an unblemished 49-0 record.
He has been linked to a "superfight" with UFC star Conor McGregor, with each fighter throwing barbs at the other over the last few months.
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