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Mansion Of Boxers: P700 Million House Of Manny Pacquiao In Forbes Park Vs $7.7Million Mansion Of Floyd Mayweather In Miami!

Boxing is probably one of the most profitable sports for its athletes. There is no wonder that the pain from this sport is worth millions, as boxers are able to live a luxurious life after each game. After all, boxing is one of the sports whosl have multi-billionaire business tycoons as avid fans.
Proof of this claim are the Philippines’ very own Boxing ChampManny Pacquiao and the famous American boxerFloyd Mayweather Jr. Both of them were prominent athletes and they won numerous titles throughout their careers. They were even the icons of this sports and has inspired amateur boxers around the world.
Their title belts also signify the luxurious lives they are living because of the breath-taking prizes of their game sponsored by famous businessmen and supporters.
Many Filipinos are aware of Pacquiao’s simple life before he became a successful boxer. He came from a poor family living in General Santos City, Philippines. In his life’s documentary, he revealed how difficult it was for his family to survive with their daily needs. But when he started to become famous because of his outstanding boxing skills, Pacquiao then started to have a wealthy lifestyle. He was even able to purchase multiple house and lots in and outside of the country. One of his elegant mansions is the one located at Forbes Park in Makati City. The royal house was worth P 700 million. This grand mansion caught the attention of many fans and supporters as it measured 1,500 square meters.
Floy Mayweather Jr., on the other hand, seems to enjoy the fruit of his almost 20 years boxing experience as he is proud to share glimpses of his $7.7 million-worth Waterfront Real Estate which measures 5,200 square foot and is located at Miami. His grand mansion is breath-taking with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a swimming pool and a spa. His house is a perfect resting spot for boxing athletes like him after dreadful matches.

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