Ronaldo flaunts $1.5 million watch at Jake Paul fight

Ronaldo flaunts $1.5 million watch at Jake Paul fight

Cristiano Ronaldo made a stylish appearance last Sunday at the Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight. He wore a luxurious Franck Muller Cintree Curvex Tourbillon 0001 watch, worth a whopping $1.5 million.

For the record, that's a fifth of his $6.6 million house on sale in Manchester.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner, who now plays for Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, attended the fight with former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. Although Ronaldo looked less than impressed when Fury won, he didn't let it ruin his dapper outfit.

CR7 is never short of expensive bling

Ronaldo is known for his expensive taste in watches, and the Franck Muller Cintree Curvex Tourbillon 0001 is one of his most costly at $1.5 million.

The watch features a white gold case adorned with baguette diamonds and a unique tourbillon mechanism.

On November 22, 2002, after announcing his contract termination with Manchester United, the legendary footballer unveiled his latest watch collaboration with high-end jeweler Jacob and Co. It featured an image of him scoring against United for Real Madrid in the 2013 Champions League.

He also owns a diamond-encrusted $2.3 million watch from Jacob and Co, his most expensive piece.

Ronaldo, who signed a world-record $200 million footballing contract with Al Nassr, is celebrating his first player of the month award in the Saudi Pro League. He has eight goals (two hat tricks) and two assists for the Riyadh-based side in six games.

Moreover, Ronaldo is enjoying himself in Saudi Arabia. He's attended super-fights and taken family excursions in the desert. What's next?

Photo: Twitter/FancyDMaria_

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