Floyd Mayweather enjoys another big victory in Las Vegas - as American wins £78,000 jackpot on slot machine

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A week on from his victory over Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather has enjoyed another big win.

The American took his record to 50-0 with victory over McGregor in Las Vegas last month.

Mayweather pocketed around $300million (£230m) from the fight and he has netted another hefty windfall - this time in the casino, according to the Mirror.

He took to Instagram to show off his success on the slot machine, hitting the jackpot after already winning a huge sum.

Mayweather said: "There's $70,000 here, but I just hit the jackpot right here."

That took his tally to around £131,000 and there's no indication his success ended there.

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