Reports made open appears to demonstrate that boxing extraordinary Floyd Mayweather owes the IRS $22.5 million on his 2015 assessments.
As indicated by a lien documented by the Inner Income Administration, the boxer still owes on his huge payday from the Manny Pacquiao battle, ESPN reports.
The government impose organization documented the lien against Mayweather with area authorities in Las Vegas, as per reports. Mayweather reacted by petitioning for a brief relief with the U.S. Assessment Court.
Mayweather additionally hopped to his Instagram record to demand that his “domain” is still fiscally strong.
“Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear, especially when it comes to media in this country,” the boxer wrote on a July 18 Instagram post.
“While everyone is counting my money and assuming the worst,” Mayweather added, “these are the facts… Uncle Sam, received $26,000,000.00 from me in 2015! What else could they possibly want?”
“Bottom line, everybody just wants to be a part of the “Money May” show, including the IRS!” he insisted.
Mayweather concluded insisting that “my empire is rock solid and intact.
The outspoken boxer’s IRS troubles come on the heels of an announcement that he has secured a match with MMA star Conor McGregor which is scheduled for August and could earn Mayweather up to $200 million.
Some speculate that Mayweather filed his temporary reprieve to give him time to collect from the McGregor fight to pay his 2015 debt.1 of 1