Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Selling Boring Vegas Pad For $3.45M [PHOTOS]

Now that Floyd Mayweather, Jr. secured his next big payday with the Sept. 14 fight against Canelo Alvarez, he can get on with the more important things in life — like gambling and selling his house in Las Vegas.

Mayweather is selling his 7,284 sq. ft. pad, which has plenty of distinct features that say ‘Floyd Mayweather Jr. lived here.’

According to Realtor:

Floyd’s wet bar features a row of video poker machines, which is not all that surprising considering he’s a notorious gambler, but it’s still cool to see. Other highlights include a massive Whirlpool tub in the master bath, a kitchen island the size of a small apartment and an overall décor that is half Bellagio and half Caesar’s Palace.

It’s a nice place, but for a guy who made $34 million last year, we expected a little more.

Highlights of Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s Las Vegas House:

• 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms

• Built-in entertainment center in master bedroom

• Built-in barbecue outisde; Pair of hot tubs and a cabana

9 miles from Sapphire strip club

3.3 miles from Whole Foods

Asking: $3,450,000

Mortgage: $17,527K provided the bookies don’t come to you to collect Money’s old debts

[Buy Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s House – Realtor]