Paul stepped out in Miami on Monday, June 7, carrying the same Pokémon card he wore around his neck in the ring.
The first edition, mint 10-graded Charizard card is suspected to be the same one he purchased from collector Gary Haase for $150,000.
"It’s one of three in the world. It is my prized possession. Ever since I got this graded at a ten, the momentum in my life has been crazy. It’s my good luck charm. I mean now, s**t, this is a million-dollar card, baby," the 26-year-old explained when asked why he wore the card in the ring. "This is the card I walked out [with] to the Floyd Mayweather fight. This is a million-dollar card."
"Pokémon is blowing up. I have no doubt in my mind that this card will be worth a million dollars between two and three years from now. They’re called appreciating assets," the YouTube star has reportedly said. "I’m done buying Lamborghinis. I’m done buying stuff that won’t make me money."
As previously reported by OK!, Paul and Mayweather went all eight rounds with no knockout. There were no judges, and no official winner.
ESPN scored the match 78-74 for the 44-year-old as Mayweather landed 43 punches while Paul landed 28. Paul is said to have landed one body shot while Mayweather landed 17 shots to the body. Mayweather retired in 2017, with a 50-0 record and came back for the exhibition in the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
"He's better than I thought he was," Mayweather admitted later. "As far as with the big guys, the heavyweights? It's going to be hard. But he's a tough, rough competitor."
"S**t, man, I don't want anyone to tell me anything is impossible ever again," Paul said, according to CBS Sports. "The fact that I'm in here with one of the greatest boxers of all time proves the odds can be beat."
"I mean, you never know with this guy," Paul said of whether or not Mayweather might have gone a little easier on him than usual. "I'm going to go home thinking, 'Did Floyd let me survive?' It's an honor to grace the ring with him. This is the coolest thing ever."
Since the fight, the vlogger has continued to carry his good luck charm with him — so he might not be planning on selling it for $1 million anytime soon!
Scroll down to see the recent photos of Paul.
Paul paused to take a photo of the card.
The internet personality donned yellow sweatpants with a matching yellow and black sweatshirt during the outing.
He also posed with fans who put up a fighting stance.
Paul kept his most prized possession in a plastic bedazzled case to keep it safe.