Inside Floyd Mayweather’s strip club hosting wild Fury vs Wilder afterparty

A strip club owned by boxing great Floyd Mayweather is set to welcome scores of fans in the wake of Tyson Fury's crunch clash with Deontay Wilder.

Mayweather opened his Girl Collection venue in 2017 in Las Vegas, where he conquered British hero Ricky Hatton and fellow legend Oscar De La Hoya.

He has also lived there for more than a decade, lapping up its fierce reputation as the gambling and party capital of the world.

And it's going to be open until 5am on Saturday, when all eyes will be on Sin City for Fury's rematch with Wilder and the MGM Grand Arena.

Mayweather uses his huge Instagram following of 23million to promote the venue, with regular posts.

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And on the official Girl Collection Instagram page, which boasts 325,000 followers, the venue's wild antics are laid bare.

Dancers swig champagne as they go through routines on stage, in the backdrop of punters enjoying the action.

Mayweather often films himself at the venue, sometimes flaunting his wealth by throwing dollar bills in the air.

He said he drew up plans for the venue while he was in prison under a decade ago, where he served a sentence for domestic violence.

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He said: "When I was locked up and doing time, I drew the club up.

"Yes, look. Here go my notes. My lawyer saved them for me."

He added: "You know, I already got a lot of women already. I got a lot of women, because having one is too close to having none.

"So you can’t be hanging out with the girls in the club, because it will cause problems."

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And he said him owning a strip club does not create any tension between him and his four young children.

He continued: "I always tell my kids the truth. And that’s what they like about me. We have an honest relationship.

"And I told my daughter someday they’re going to run this."

Fury and Wilder will go toe-to-toe in their rematch from around 5am GMT.

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It follows their sensational draw at the end of 2018 in Los Angeles.

Fury dominated large periods of the fight and looked to be cruising towards a comfortable points victory.

But towards the end Wilder unleashed a stunning flurry of punches that floored Fury and looked to have ended his night.

Yet somehow, Fury got off the canvas and managed to hang on until the final bell before a controversial draw was announced.

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Ahead of the bout, Fury said: "I couldn't have done anything more. I am feeling ready to go. I have not left any stones unturned.

"Every box has been ticked and I have finished the training and all that has to be done.

"Well, being that I have knocked all of my sparring partners out cold then yeah, I am definitely looking like a beast."

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