Floyd Mayweather has wasted no time in dipping into the $300m (£232m) that he made in his victory over Conor McGregor on Saturday night.

The 40-year-old stopped the UFC superstar in the 10th round in Las Vegas to end his professional career with an unmatched record of 50-0.

And he has been quick to share his success with his fiercely loyal entourage, splashing out a small fortune on Gucci shoes for nine of them.

‘Took nine of them shoe shopping today,’ the Money Team leader wrote alongside a picture of himself holding a massive receipt outside the luxury clothing store.

Mayweather looks to be enjoying his second retirement, havingtaken part in a chairty basketball game on Sunday as well as sharing videos of himself at his strip club over the past few days.

The future Hall of Famer weathered an early storm from mixed martial artist McGregor to pick him apart and finish him in the latter rounds.

And he insists his days in the ring are over, whilst urging the Irishman to return to more familiar territory.

‘Conor McGregor is a hell of a fighter and I want to see him continue to stay in the UFC and do what he do best,’ he told ESPN.

‘Because you must realise, that I’m 40-years-old and I’ve been off almost 800 days and he’s active. He’s actively fighting, actively training in a boxing gym and in the UFC gym.

‘These other fighters, these young lions, they are throwing a lot more combinations than I’m throwing.

‘I was just in the pocket, shooting one shot here and there, and breaking him down slowly.

‘Whereas you got these young active guys who are throwing a lot of combinations and would get him out of there a lot earlier.’