FLOYD MAYWEATHER has launched his new TMT Gold Card as the boxing legend looks to continue building his business empire.
The American is widely celebrated as one of the greatest fighters of all time.
But he has also become an astute money-maker outside of the ring with his trusted advisor James ‘P-Reala’ McNair.
Now he has launched a new credit card – which gives anyone accepted for it a unique opportunity to win a 2021 Cadillac while all members receive a customised ‘Gold Debit Card’ with an engraved signature from the icon.
Promoting his new venture on Instagram, he captioned a clip advertising it with: “TMT Gold Card allows you to build credit without credit history or credit check on everyday purchases at no APR! Gomayweather.com to sign up now!”
Mayweather, 44, first met McNair in 2005 in New York and friendship led to the pair to work with each other and by 2011 they launched The Money Team.
McNair was involved in Mayweather’s biggest and most lucrative fights, against Manny Pacquiao in 2015 and then with Conor McGregor two years later.
Since Money retired from the ring, the pair’s efforts have turned to ventures outside of the ropes.
Those include the Girl Collection strip club, real estate and TMT’s music label.
They have also opened a skating rink, liquor delivery service and a fashion line.
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Mayweather returned to the ring this month to face Logan Paul and made yet more millions.
He was the victor in a bizarre exhibition bout, but he was surprisingly taken the distance by the YouTuber.
The 50-0 megastar routinely made nine figures toward the back end of his career for his pay-per-view fight events.
And the former five-weight world champion earned a hefty pay-day once again.
Mayweather said beforehand he was likely to earn around £72million for his bout with Paul.
“I can fight a fighter right now and I can guarantee myself $35million (£25m). I can eventually probably make $50million (£36m) for just a regular fight,” Mayweather said.
“Or me and Logan Paul can go out, entertain, have fun and make nine figures $100million (£72m) or more.”