If the reports that are coming from Twitter are true, boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. is certainly living up to his "Money” nickname.
In addition to being known for his undefeated record in boxing, Mayweather is a notorious gambler and has reportedly already bet $10 million on the Denver Broncos to win the Super Bowl.
*Betting Info*— Vegas Gambling Steam (@Pregame_Steam) January 27, 2014
Floyd Mayweather L48hours bet 10.4Million on Broncos -2 (Action with 7 different shops + 4 offshore accts) 8Million in credit
#Pregame Gambling sources expect another line move as Mayweather's bet starts making noise in the industry.— Vegas Gambling Steam (@Pregame_Steam) January 27, 2014
Floyd has multiple credit lines
Floyd Mayweather is worth over 80 Million liquid. Sportsbooks / Offshore books executives gladly float this man 2-3 million in credit.— Vegas Gambling Steam (@Pregame_Steam) January 27, 2014
Earlier this year, the champ won more than $50,000 when No. 11 Oklahoma knocked off No. 3 Alabama 45-31 in the Sugar Bowl.
I bet $50,000 on Oklahoma and won. $50,000 + $52,500 =$102,500 pic.twitter.com/Q9fnqbd5Pc— Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweather) January 3, 2014
He also won a good chunk of cash when Michigan State beat Stanford in the Rose Bowl, although he may never have even stepped in a casino to place the wager.
They have a phone number, they call up owners of the sportsbooks they want action at. "Put me down for 2 million on Broncos.. It's Floyd"— Vegas Gambling Steam (@Pregame_Steam) January 27, 2014
It’s unclear if he used a “runner” to place the alleged Super Bowl bets, but if he did, it probably wasn’t this guy:
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