A Night in the Life of Floyd Mayweather

April 24, 2015 | by Michael Kaplan | Mayweather VS. Pacquiao

Where does boxer Floyd Mayweather hang out when in Las Vegas? We check out a few of his favorite spots...

XS Las Vegas
One of Mayweather's go-to spots is nightclub XS

When Floyd Mayweather says that he wants to go out, he does not exactly mean that he desires a quiet night at his corner tavern. No. He rolls large and deep. More than likely, Mayweather will be loading his fleet of luxury automobiles with members of The Money Team and convoying to a hot nightclub where the beats are heavy, the women are beautiful, and good times never seem to stop. Here are a few examples of Mayweather’s nightlife prowess.

Hyde and Seek

On the night of February 24, Floyd Mayweather celebrated his 38th birthday at the Las Vegas club Hyde. He had his crew in tow, the ladies looked sweet and DJ Konflikt cued up “The Champ is Here” for his entrance. As Mayweather walked through the club, confetti rained down from the ceiling. There’s no telling how big the bar tab might have been for this annual bacchanal, but the birthday boy did not taste a drop. He stuck to Coca Cola–not only because he was training for a fight but also because one of the biggest nightclub spenders in Vegas does not drink alcohol.

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10 Miami Instagram Accounts to Follow for Fashion Inspiration

April 24, 2015 | by Carla Torres | Style & Beauty

It's no secret—Miami is one trendy city. To ensure you stay on top of your fashion game, follow those who are one step ahead of the trends on Instagram...

Amanda Del Duca


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Blogger and stylist Amanda del Duca’s Instagram is basically a fashion look book with tidbits of travel guaranteed to give you wanderlust. >>Read More


What Will $1 Million Get You During Fight Week?

April 24, 2015 | by Michael Kaplan | Mayweather VS. Pacquiao

Las Vegas independent host Steve Cyr tells us all about the gambling thresholds that will define Las Vegas during the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight weekend.

Gambling in Las Vegas

Everybody knows that big gamblers get big comps at casinos. But when an event like the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight blows into town, well, all bets are off. “The comps are the same, but the criteria become different,” says Steve Cyr, an independent host at major hotels in Las Vegas. “A gambler who bets $100,000 to $150,000 would normally get a penthouse. For this fight weekend, though, he’s looking at a suite. And he doesn’t even get waitlisted for a ticket. Everybody wants to be at the fight.”

Here are some gambling/comp thresholds that Cyr has been seeing for the big weekend.

$1,000,000: Those who put seven-figures into play can expect four to six ringside seats for the fight, a penthouse, all the food and beverages he and his crowd desire, prime reservations at top restaurants, and airfare.

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