UNDEFEATED boxer Floyd Mayweather has revealed a stunning 8ft portrait of Conor McGregor in his Beverly Hills home after besting the Irishman last month.
The 50-0 fighter posed for an Instagram snap of himself stood beside the painting – which includes an Irish tricolour – along with the caption “exclusive artwork in my Beverly Hills home.”
The portrait – along with one of Mayweather himself – was created by Tiffanie Anderson, also known as 'The Pretty Artist', a former pop star.
Both portraits were made from broken glass and now hang in Mayweather’s luxurious $20m Los Angeles mansion.
Mayweather commissioned the two artworks prior to his bout with Crumlin native McGregor in Las Vegas four weeks ago, where the American emerged victorious after a 10th round stoppage.
Mayweather bought his new Beverly Hills pad after the fight, which reportedly earned him a cool $250m.
A confidentiality agreement means the exact split between Mayweather and McGregor is yet to be revealed, but reports suggest that the Irishman earned himself well over $100m from his first ever boxing bout.