Floyd Mayweather didn't pull any punches during his recent trip to see famous jeweler Peter Marco at his spot in Beverly Hills.

According to TMZ Sports, Money Mayweather went on a multi-million dollar shopping spree on November 14, when he purchased a 30-carat pear-shaped, yellow VVS ring for $2.3 million, a 3-4.5 ct. diamond bracelet for another $2.5 million, and one 2-pound yellow gold Cuban necklace and 3 watches for a combined $500k. For those scoring at home, that's a grand total of $5.3 million aka "couch money" for the undefeated boxing legend. 

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Mayweather, 41, is reportedly scheduled to come out of retirement for a lucrative New Year's Eve fight against undefeated kickboxing champ Tenshin Nasukawa, despite the fact that Money May seemingly backed out of the bout weeks ago. During a recent interview with TMZ, Floyd said, "we're going to make it happen."

Of course, there will be no kicking allowed once Mayweather steps in the ring.

Per TMZ:

"Rules? It's gonna be a little boxing exhibition. No kicking," Floyd told us ... "I'm moving around with the guy for 9 minutes, and of course it's gonna be the highest paid exhibition ever."

Bottom line ... the money's just too good to pass up, as long as the fight goes down on Floyd's terms.

"It's a no-brainer. Just because I'm retired from boxing," Mayweather says, "I still make appearances worldwide and make a ton of money."