Floyd Mayweather Made More Than $14,000 Per Second This Weekend

MayweatherBoxer Floyd Mayweather beat Marcos Maidana on Saturday night to bring his overall record to 46-0. Some saw his victory in a close judges’ decision as suspect, and Maidana himself woofed after the fight that he should have been given the win.

But here’s one thing that’s not up for debate: Mayweather made a mint for the fight — $32 million in guaranteed money, to be precise, plus a portion of pay-per-view receipts.

Another thing not up for debate: Mayweather is far from shy. He took to Instagram on Monday evening to boast about his earnings: http://instagram.com/p/nooJlnR3X4/

10292221_10152230310953113_4571163250951568547_nMayweather said in the photo’s caption that he’s hoping for a $70 million payday after pay-per-view numbers come in. Whether that’s actually an attainable number is up for debate, but $14,815 per second in guaranteed money sure ain’t shabby. (Of course, weeks of training and other preparation preceded the actual 36-minute fight, but still.)

Mayweather is a master of social media and self-promotion; on Tuesday, he posted this miniature supercut of himself both whaling on Maidana, and evading his opponent’s blows: http://instagram.com/p/npQeW3R3ZZ

And on Saturday, Mayweather posted the following selfie of himself posing on fight night with, um, Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne. (Side note: What a world, folks). Further proving his marketing prowess, Mayweather posted the photo via Shots, an app in which he’s an investor.
JustinBieber-Mayweather-box-LasVegas-mujeres-peleaDelAno-polemica-Alexa_ECMIMA20140505_0095_4Maidana received a $1.5 million guarantee for Saturday’s fight, according to Forbes. That’s pretty sweet, but we can’t get our heads around Mayweather’s $14,000 per second number.

If you need us, meanwhile, we’ll be sobbing under our desks while trying to subsist off saltines and rainwater.

source: mashable

Nike Football : Winner Stays On Commercial

In this game of winner stays, every touch of the ball proves that football will always belong to those who Risk Everything, even when it matters the most..

Featuring: Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar Jr., Wayne Rooney, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Gerard Piqué, Gonzalo Higuaín, Mario Götze, Eden Hazard, Thiago Silva, Andrea Pirlo, David Luiz, Andrés Iniesta, Thibaut Courtois, and Tim Howard.


source: nike

Vanhawks Valour Is The World’s First Connected Bike

Toronto based brand Vanhawks introduces its new Valour bike, the world’s first connected bike. Featuring performance tracking, security sensors and interactive feedback, the Valour radically changes the way you ride a bike. Using LED indicators, the bike comes with turn-by-turn navigation, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the bar. Integrated haptic feedback in the handlebar grips alert you by vibrating of any object in your blind spot. On-board sensors measure your calories burned, distance traveled, speed, best times, and much more, allowing you stay fit and informed at all times. Not only is the bike packed with great technology, it is manufactured entirely with carbon fibre and looks great too. We all know this is a first step into the future of biking and we cannot wait to see what more there is to come in the following years. You can support the project over on Kickstarter here.

source: kickstarter

A Glimpse at Floyd Mayweather’s Lavish Car Collection

A strong contender for the undisputed title of “Biggest Baller in Boxing,” Floyd Mayweather has offered the world a glimpse of his impressive auto collection. Or, should we say, part of his impressive auto collection. The welterweight superstar has something of a weakness for lavish motors and this selection of eight is just what he keeps at his Las Vegas home. Or is that, one of his Las Vegas homes? There’s a pattern here, and it’s not just the ice white paint jobs and fur lined interiors of the Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Rolls Royces, and Bugattis that make up Floyd’s fleet. One thing’s for sure: the man has a lot of cash, and he’s not afraid to show it.

source: highsnobiety

Masked Russian Climbers Scale Shanghai Tower Armed With Nothing But Go-Pros

swelllnessArmed with GoPro cameras and nerves of steel and without the comfort of ropes and harnesses, Russian adventurers/daredevils/adrenaline junkies Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov capture the bird’s eye view from the top of the Shanghai Tower. If you’re not on the verge of a panic attack by the four-minute mark then it might be time you got a psychological evaluation.

“Today we will show you how to climb on second tallest building in the world. Shanghai Tower”

source: time


Lil Wayne Wearing $1 Million Beats By Dre Headphones

beats-lil-wayne-diamondPrice: $1 Million.

Recently, Lil Wayne was spotted wearing a $1 million diamond studded Beats by Dr Dre headphones at the NBA All Star basketball game. Created in collaboration by Beats by Dr Dre and Graff Diamonds, the headphone was covered in 114 carats of diamonds, and it is said to be the most expensive headphone till date. Beats by Dr Dre are the high definition powered isolation headphones, and they are so comfortable that you actually feel the music not the headphones. The plush cushions covered with ultra-soft breathable materials keep you cool, under all listening conditions. Hit or miss? drop a thought below..2012 NBA All-Star Game



This is what happens when you give graffiti artists an abandoned warehouse and an unlimited amount of paint…


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Shot/Cut: Selina Miles.
Art by Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas, Quench.
Soundtrack by DJ Butcher (track-listing below).


DJ Butcher track-listing:
1. Get Busy Pt. 2;
2. Cocaine; featuring vocals from Stick Figure’s ‘Ring the Alarm’.
3. All in check.