Manny Pacquiao Buys Jennifer Lopez’ $12 Million Mansion In Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
Manny Pacquiao Buys Jennifer Lopez’ $12 Million Mansion In Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

Manny Pacquiao is ready to spend some big money on a Los Angeles home. The Filipino boxing champ visited several prospective properties when he was in Beverly Hills training for his fight with Floyd Mayweather. Rumor has it that Pacquiao was eyeing to buy a mansion owned by actress and singer Jennifer Lopez.

As previously reported by Malaya, Pacquiao expressed his interest in buying the “On the Floor” singer’s 3,500 square meter mansion. With a net worth of over $1 million, Pacquiao could easily spend more than $12 million on a new home. JLo’s contemporary Mediterranean style mansion caught the attention of the boxer. With a hefty price tag, it boasts of 7 spacious bedrooms, 25-car garage and top of the line home theater system. It even has its own saltwater swimming pool and jacuzzi. According to Realty Today, Manny’s wife, Jinkee, specifically loved the Master’s bedroom which has a built in His and Hers walk-in closet.


After touring Lopez’s property, Pacquiao immediately said that he would put in an offer in the mansion as soon as possible.

“Beautiful, with privacy,” he said after the tour.

Pacquiao’s shopping spree did not end with buying Jennifer Lopez’ mansion. According to LA Canyon News, the boxer is also planning to buy a land in Los Angeles where he could build his very own personalized sports complex.

Pacquiao sure is cashing on a lot of money these days. In his highly anticipated match with Floyd Mayweather, he’s expected to earn at least $120 million. Bob Arum even declared that the match will be the “richest fight of all time” declaring that it would double the pay-per-view record in America.

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