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Boxer Floyd Mayweather has £120,000 worth of belongings stolen in burglary at his Las Vegas mansion

Mirror logo Mirror 1/03/2017 Christopher Bucktin

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Boxer Floyd Mayweather had over £120,000 worth of belongings stolen after thieves broke into his home over the weekend. 

The undefeated fighter was away from his mansion in Las Vegas as he celebrated his 40th birthday in Los Angeles, where he was joined by celebrity friends Justin Bieber and Mariah Carey.

Mayweather is listed as the victim in a burglary report for a home he owns in a gated community next to a golf course.

According to police, thieves forced a door open to break in before stealing several belongings, including one of his expensive watches.

He had been seen sat court side at a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game on Sunday against the San Antonio Spurs leading investigators to suspect his movements were being monitored on social media.

Mayweather, known as Money, was the world’s highest-paid sportsman before he retired from the ring.

He is estimated to be worth around £300 million while rumours are currently swirling he may box again to take on UFC star Conor McGregor in £80 million showdown.

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