Floyd Mayweather’s Diamond-Encrusted Baseball Cap he Wore at the Gervonta Davis Vs. Ryan Garcia Fight is Worth Over $1M
Heavy is the head that wears the crown. Unless that crown is a baseball cap encrusted with a million dollars’ worth of diamonds.
Floyd Mayweather was an attendee at last weekend’s epic Gervonta Davis vs. Ryan Garcia clash, and he scored a win that night as well. According to TMZ Sport, the “retired” boxer, who was seen as a spectator at the well-attended and talked about fight was his usual flashy self. What made him even shine more on Saturday night was the baseball cap he had adorned on top of his head.
The cap he wore had his recognizable logo on it, TMT, which stands for The Money Team, but the letters on it were encrusted with diamonds. The diamonds were aplenty and according to the jeweler who made it, the baseball cap is worth over one million dollars.
For someone like Mayweather, spending over $1 million, is a drop in the “hat” for him. That is literally about .0022 percent of his net worth, which totals $450 million.
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TMZ caught up with Mayweather’s jeweler, Shuki Diamonds in Los Angeles and he informed the media outlet that the exclusive, specially-made cap took him over a month to construct. He stated that it took him even longer than that to find the perfect “invisible diamonds” for the item.
Saying that, “It’s a big process,” Shuki stated that he had to make a mold, then sandblast it all. After that process, he then shined it so it would fit perfectly over Mayweather’s head.