BOXING legend Floyd Mayweather has shown off his brand new watch in Dubai – which cost him a whopping £1.4million.
The former five-weight world champion is currently enjoying the fruits of his labour in the UAE – making the most of the high-end designer shops and sports cars on offer.
And the watch junkie has been flaunting his diamond encrusted Rainbow Tourbillion Audemars Piguet timepiece during the trip.
Mayweather showed off the jaw-dropping watch while posing for an Instagram snap, in which he donned an expensive-looking Louis Vuitton jacket.
The 44-year-old wrote: "The swag is different because the bag is different.
"It’s just a 1 of 1 ALL FACTORY rainbow tourbillon A light $2,000,000."
Mayweather's followers were quick to comment on his insane watch, with one saying: "Sheesh."
Another said: "You hurtin' 'em, Champ."
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And another said: "Bruh clean."
One remarked: "Something light for today."
Former pound-for-pound king Mayweather revealed this week he'll return to the ring for an exhibition days before his 45th birthday.
Mayweather's third exhibition will be held on the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah's HELIPAD four days before his birthday.
He wrote on Instagram: "February 20th, we haven't chosen an opponent yet but I look forward to it and hopefully we give you guys something to see."
Mayweather insisted his fighting days were over after his showdown with YouTuber Logan Paul last June but plans to continue taking part in exhibitions.
He asked: "One fight? We may do more than one fight.
"We want to give the people some entertainment. So yes, it will be more than one fight."
Mayweather announced his third and final retirement from professional boxing in August 2017 after his tenth-round TKO victory over UFC superstar Conor McGregor.
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