FLOYD MAYWEATHER has revealed an “unbelievable” series of fan tattoos in tribute to the 50-0 boxing legend.
“Money” has seen a host of his legendary fights, including the likes of Ricky Hatton and Oscar De La Hoya, have been immortalised in the impressive inkings.
On Friday, Mayweather, 40, uploaded a host of his favourite tribute tatts to his social media.
The boxing legend took to Instagram to share the fan images – and appeared to be chuffed with his loyal supporters.
He captioned the post: “I truly love & appreciate my fans! This tattoo artist is unbelievable.”
One of the more colourful bits of body-art depicts Mayweather’s fight with De La Hoya in 2007 – with “Money” wearing a red and green robe, complete with sombrero.
The American boxer donned the provocative attire for the fight a decade ago in a bid to rile up his opponent.
It seemed to work as Mayweather won the split decision bout – the then richest fight in the sport’s history.
Since that fight – to make his record 38-0 – “Money” has gone on to beat British star Hatton, Shane Mosley, Canelo Alvarez, Manny Pacquiao and, of course, Conor McGregor.
His career earnings are now reported to top £800million ($1billion).
One fan took that as a challenge, getting inked with the face of Mayweather surrounded by 100 dollar bills.
Another supporter even went through the painful process of having his entire back etched with “Money” memories.
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