World-renowned retired soccer celebrity David Beckham (center) watches Manny Pacquiao battle Brandon Rios during the Venetian Macao in November. (Image: Reuters/Tyrone Siu)
It must be good to be therefore famous, so adored, that one can pretty much sell such a thing to anyone for any cost. And not that he needs the money with an estimated net worth of $300 million, but such is the situation for iconic retired soccer star and universally recognized hottie David Beckham a man that is so high in the celebrity galaxy which he and wife/former Spice Girl Victoria were on the short list to attend Prince William's wedding, after all.
Now Beckham appears to have carved a niche for himself as a sort of mercenary promoter for hire, and the latest taker is Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which is making use of Beckham's charm, visual appearance and international adoration to advertise their casinos in both Singapore and Macau.
While there's no word on what kind of fee Beckham commands for this sort of thing that could include anything from being seated front and center at a Manny Pacquiao Brandon Rios fight at the Macau that is venetian to a Marina Bay Sands charity event in Singapore we can imagine he does not work properly for cheap these days.
Beckham might not need to do much but show up and get TV coverage, but for Sands, it's still a deal that is good. The casino operator that is largest in Macau continues