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Saturday, 10 October 2015

Floyd Mayweather's Bentley, Jeep And Two Rolls-Royces Go up In Flames On Truck

This truck was carrying one of Mayweather's Bentleys, two of his Rolls-Royces and a custom Jeep when it - and all the vehicles on it - were burnt to a crisp in a mystery blaze

Floyd Mayweather's massive car collection lost a few top-notch vehicles this week after a trailer transporting the boxer's Bentley, two Rolls-Royces and a customized Jeep burned to the ground.
The truck was carrying several of the boxer's cars from Las Vegas to Miami when it became engulfed in flames just after 1.30am on Wednesday.
No injuries were reported in the blaze, the cause of which is being investigated by Arizona State Troopers, according to TMZ.  
This truck was carrying one of Mayweather's Bentleys, two of his Rolls-Royces and a custom Jeep when it - and all the vehicles on it - were burnt to a crisp in a mystery blaze

According to TMZ Sports, Floyd’s long-time car dealer at Fusion Luxury Motors, Obi Okeke, was assigned to transport Floyd’s Bentley, two Rolls Royce’s and one of his customized Jeeps from Vegas to Miami. Something mysteriously went wrong in Phoenix, Arizona during the transport, resulting in the unit catching on fire. 

There are luckily no reported injuries, according to Arizona State Troopers.

Floyd nor Okeke have commented on the incident, but it was a very strange incident to occur, especially since no one was reportedly hurt or even around at the time except the guy behind thevideo recording. Mmmm…(gives side eye*). 

If you watch the video sent exclusively to TMZ Sports, there’s only one person present at the scene recording the whole flame of vehicles, until what looks to be an officer or someone patrolling the rest stop area where the cars were placed on a trailer. A light flashes to the person behind the camera then the video ends. 
Mayweather bought this orange Mercedes and red Ferrari last year... deviating from his black and white theme

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  1. The 28-year-old UFC star moved before Mayweather as their press visit commenced in Los Angeles in front of the August 26 session in Las Vegas which will see McGregor in his first expert boxing battle against five-weight undefeated champion Mayweather vs Mcgregor

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