Floyd Mayweather splashes the cash on a four-hour Selfridges shopping spree with his entourage after arriving in London for his FIRST-EVER fight in the UK against Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers
- Floyd Mayweather is set to face ex-Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers at the O2
- The former champion arrived ahead of his first-ever fight in London on Saturday
- Mayweather enjoyed a four-hour shopping trip with his entourage in Selfridge’s
Floyd Mayweather splashes the cash during a four-hour shopping spree in Selfridge’s ahead of his fight against ex-Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers.
Mayweather, who had a professional record of 50-0, was pictured shopping alongside his huge entourage after arriving in London ahead of his upcoming fight.
The 45-year-old was captured wearing double denim, including a denim Gucci jacket, and an expensive custom TMT chain as he stopped inside the shop.
His security team were pictured wearing matching jackets with the slogan GOAT, greatest of all time, and a dollar sign on the back as they helped the boxer around on his shopping trip.
The boxer, who is known for living a lavish style, had more than 40 bags of shopping loaded into multiple cars waiting outside before the former world champion even left the shop.
Floyd Mayweather was pictured shopping alongside his huge entourage at Selfridge’s
The boxer, who spent four hours in the shop, was pictured wearing double denim and a chain
His security team loaded more than 40 bags of shopping loaded into multiple cars outside
It is the first-time ever that Mayweather will fight in London, surprisingly given his illustrious boxing career, albeit it comes having already retired from professional boxing in 2017.
The former undisputed unified welterweight champion of the world, has now instead taken up the habit of big paydays fighting Youtubers, influencers, and reality tv stars in his spare time, with Chalmers being the latest on his list.
Chalmers has seven professional MMA fights under his belt – with his last fight coming in 2020 before retiring from the sport.
With a record of 5-2 inside the octagon, Chalmers has also stepped foot inside the boxing ring.
He made his debut last year – defeating Alexander Zeledon on points, although Mayweather was initially meant to come up against kick boxing star Liam Harrison, who was forced out of the fight due to injury.
His security team were pictured wearing matching jackets with the slogan GOAT and a dollar sign on the back
A number of cars were waiting outside Selfridge’s ready to be loaded up with his shopping
Mayweather was pictured walking around Selfridge’s for four hours after arriving in London
‘I was originally supposed to face a different opponent, but injuries happen and I’m glad that Aaron Chalmers could step up so that we could give the fans what they want,’ Mayweather said.
‘The fans in the UK have always been great to me and supported me throughout my career, so an event like this has been a long time coming.
‘I’m excited to add more history to the O2 Arena in London.’
The two will go head-to-head at the O2 Arena on Saturday evening as the headliner fight of the show.
Former MMA athlete Aaron Chalmers (R) will be fighting in the boxing ring for the second time