Floyd Mayweather Wins S--t Load Of Money On Sports Bets, Proves Karma Doesn't Exist

'I'm getting paid while watching others.'
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File- This May 2, 2015, file photo shows Floyd Mayweather Jr. gesturing during a press conference following his welterweight title fight in Las Vegas. Mayweather said in an upcoming interview with Showtime that at this moment he's not interested in a rematch with Manny Pacquiao "because he's a sore loser and he's a coward." (AP Photo/John Locher, File)
File- This May 2, 2015, file photo shows Floyd Mayweather Jr. gesturing during a press conference following his welterweight title fight in Las Vegas. Mayweather said in an upcoming interview with Showtime that at this moment he's not interested in a rematch with Manny Pacquiao "because he's a sore loser and he's a coward." (AP Photo/John Locher, File)

Floyd Mayweather, who has been found guilty of beating four women and recently pulled in north of $100 million from his fight with Manny Pacquiao, single-handedly proved that (a) life isn't fair and (b) karma is a false concept by pulling in nearly $500,000 from sports bets this weekend.

The undefeated and ever-modest welterweight champion posted his apparent winnings on Instagram after betting on three NBA playoff games and a fight.

"The last 4 days have been great," he wrote. "I'm getting paid while watching others entertain and perform. I don't do anything for free. I bet $350,000.00 and walked away with $827,272.73."

Mayweather has boasted online about his wagers before. Sadly, we do find ourselves wondering if he's betting on American Pharoah to win the Triple Crown.

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