After his beloved Houston Astros won the World Series, Mattress Mack won a cool $75 million in sports betting. He is currently flexing them, but let’s be honest, who wouldn’t?
The Astros superfan, whose real name is Jim McIngvale, gained notoriety on Friday after he decided to display what we can only imagine being a portion of his World Series winnings in the most effective manner. Mattress Mack was observed pushing a wheelbarrow loaded with wads of cash toward a private plane.
McIngvale further flexed his muscles by saying, “The money is heavy.” He reportedly put roughly $10 million in cash in his wheelbarrow, according to sources.
Mattress Mack can t be serious. Right?pic.twitter.com/N10AbTelKM
— Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardoNFL) November 12, 2022
However, Mattress Mack is the only one who can boast. After all, risking $10 million on a team to win the World Series requires a lot of guts. The largest payout in the history of sports betting resulted from him doing precisely that.
More than that, given all of Mattress Mack’s shenanigans on social media, it’s difficult not to like him. Following the Astros’ victory, he immediately took to Twitter to brag about his enormous earnings.
With the description “How tweet it is 75 million,” he published a picture of himself holding a briefcase full of cash. Then he performed the wheelbarrow motion, which might have been an homage to Alex Bregman‘s most recent message to his followers.
How tweet it is 75 million pic.twitter.com/btaCd8bYY6
— @MattressMack (@MattressMack) November 6, 2022
It will be intriguing to watch how Mattress Mack would display the remaining portion of his earnings. I’m hoping he can top his most recent one.