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Floyd Mayweather charges $1,500 for private video call amid bankruptcy rumors

Floyd Mayweather is about to get in the ring again for an exhibition. Courtesy NotiFightFloyd Mayweather is charging $1,500 for meeting and greetin



Floyd Mayweather is about to get in the ring again for an exhibition.
Courtesy NotiFight

Floyd Mayweather is charging $1,500 for meeting and greeting online amid claims that he is desperate for cash. The boxing legend joined fanmium in 2020, offering its fans the opportunity for an exclusive one-on-one online chat.

The packages range from $65 to the Ultimate package, which for $1,500 guarantees a video chat with boxer and three signed limited trading cards.

In a video to promote the virtual experience, Mayweather said: “I would love to invite you to Fanmiowhere you can meet me personally, in a video meet and greet one by one.

Now this is your chance, to meet meno matter where in the world you are.

You can ask me anything, ask me about the 50 fightsask me what is my food regiment, ask me what is my best fight, ask me what is my best knockout, ask me what I do every day, at the retreat.

To be the best, you should always work overtime. “This event is amazing, don’t miss it, I have some exclusive pieces to sign just for this event.

I can’t wait to meet you all, I want to meet your family, your friends.”

The truth is Floyd Mayweather is known for your excessive spending and so he lets you see it on his social networks every time he has an opportunity.