Floyd Mayweather Jr. put out yet another Facebook video over the weekend that’s drawn more than 3 million views. It’s got all the requisite elements of past viral efforts — soundtrack-worthy music, Mayweather in various stages of exertion at his Las Vegas gym and a declaration that history will be made May 2.
But this time, there’s a marketing pitch from the man himself.
“It’s no different from how Ali was known as ‘The Greatest,'” Mayweather said. “When someone says ‘The Best Ever,’ the first person I want them to think about is Floyd Mayweather.”
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With Manny Paquiao’s Net Worth of $110M, as stated in Celebrity Net Worth, Pacman got a pinch of it and drops $12.5M for P. Diddy’s former mansion, says Pop Sugar.
According to Yahoo! News, Elsa Nelson of Nelson Shelton & Associates Real Estate were the agents who closed the sale. They were the same agents who brokered the sale to Puff Daddy in 1998 when he was still in a relationship with Jennifer Lopez. In 2001, Puff Daddy aka Sean “Diddy” Combs sold it again.
“This is the fourth time our company has sold that particular property,” Nelson stated.
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MANILA, Philippines – Ignacio “Nacho” Beristain says that he expects his pupil – four-division world champion Juan Manuel Marquez – to hang up his gloves for good in the near future.
The 41-year-old Mexican counterpuncher was last seen in action when he dominated Mike Alvarado in 12 rounds to capture the vacant WBO International welterweight belt in May 2014.
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After several years of growing anticipation, a megafight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is finally set to take place. The May 2 event at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas is arguably the most prominent fight in decades, featuring two of the sport’s most recognizable stars.
But the two welterweight legends are in their mid to late 30s, suggesting to some that they are years past their best boxing level. Mayweather, 38, and Pacquiao, 36, should have touched gloves in 2009 and not in 2015, according to one famed analyst and former trainer.
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The build up to the biggest fight in boxing history Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Manny Pacquiao is in full swing. We are two months away from the mega fight and the latest Vegas odds sit at 2 to 1 in favor of Money May. Yet with Las Vegas having Floyd as a lopsided favorite, we continue to be inundated with articles detailing how and why Manny Pacquiao will easily destroy arguably the best boxer to ever lace up a pair of gloves.
We all know from watching boxing that one punch can change any fight. Breaking down a fight is truly detailing what will “likely happen” in a fight based on the history of the fighters. Nothing irritates me more than a writer detailing points that we as a reader should take as forgone conclusion. A fighter could have every known advantage coming into a fight and even worse dominate a fight for 11 rounds and one punch from a persistent foe can change everything see Mickey Bae vs John Molina. Now that I got my pleasantries out of the way, Manny’s boxing skills are limited at best “and I’m being partial.
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