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Pound-for-pound boxing king Floyd Mayweather Jr. will smash a record for the highest guaranteed fight purse in boxing history when he faces Saul “Canelo” Alvarez on September 14 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. On Wednesday it was revealed that Mayweather’s guarantee for the fight will be a whopping $41.5 million. The highly anticipated fight with Alvarez could also shatter pay...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a little over a week from the fight of his life against Canelo Alvarez.
Win or lose Mayweather will paid handsomely, after reports of him earning a record $41 million purse for this fight surfaced.
Mayweather Jr. was recently profiled by ESPN’s Tim Keown, and during their time together, Keown got to see up close and personal how “Money Mayweather”...
They don’t call him Money Mayweather for nothing.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has once again upped the ante by logging the biggest pre-fight payout guarantee. He’s locked in for a record $41.5 million for his Sept. 14 fight against Canelo Alvarez, promoter Richard Schaefer confirmed Wednesday, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Mayweather was just shy of Mike Tyson‘s record, $33 million...
You would think facing Floyd Mayweather Jr. would possibly be the hardest thing to do as a boxer in terms of preparation. Having to deal with his speed, timing and above all his defense is a extremely daunting task for any fighter. As Canelo Alvarez enters the final stages of his camp before his super fight on September 14th with Mayweather, all is calm amongst Team Canelo?
Life is really, really good if you’re Floyd Mayweather. Mayweather is at the top of boxing, has the biggest fight of his life in a few days against Canelo Alverez, and has a lot of money. We knew the last part, but the interesting thing is we’re now able to put a figure behind it […]
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is nicknamed “Money” for very good reasons. The guy is always flossing his cash, showing off his jewelry and cars, partying, and living the VIP lifestyle. But there are some things he does that just shows his wealth is on another level. Tim Keown wrote an excellent profile on Mayweather for ESPN […]
You know you’ve made it when people want to dance for you and your posse. You also know you’ve made it when you’re going to get a guaranteed minimum of at least $40,000,000 for your next fight, but I digress.
Here is Floyd Mayweather Jr. watching a a bunch of kids dancing for him. Just for him.