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Floyd Mayweather times two girls as they race to count out $100,000 on his bed


Floyd Mayweather has provided a timely reminder of his wealth by getting two women to count out $100,000 in cash on his bed while he uses one of his expensive watches to see who can do it fastest.Mayweather outpointed a game Marcos Maidana in Las Vegas to unify the welterweight division and remain unbeaten in 46 professional fights on Saturday night, and thought he’d celebrate by counting out his fortune.Splashing out: Mayweather times two girls counting out $100,000 money on his bedThe American, holding a case of 18
watches, posted saying: ‘@thatjessilee and @badmedina are playing a
game, to see who can count to a $100,000 the fastest. This is what they
do when they get bored. #TheMoneyTeam #FollowBeautifulLadies’It’s fair to say $100,000 is pretty small fry for the five-time world champion, who claimed he earned $70m from the Maidana fight. He earned $32m for the fight, staged at the MGM Grand, and also said he made $38m from pay-per-view television rights.The two women pictured, Jessi Lee and Doralie Medina, are part of Mayweather’s entourage, known as The Money Team (TMT).The Money Team: Doralie Medina, known as ‘badmedina’ to her Instagram followers, is one of the two girls counting out Mayweather’s cashPacking a punch: An invitation to Medina’s birthday celebration, organised by the Money Team in Las VegasFun in the sun: Medina, who is Mayweather’s masseuse, seen relaxing on a sunbed in an Instagram photo.

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