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A lawyer for Floyd Mayweather Jr. has pleaded no contest on his behalf under a plea deal to resolve a misdemeanor battery case stemming from a scuffle with a Las Vegas homeowner association security guard.
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Report: Floyd bet $1M against Tebow

In the weeks leading up to his prison sentence, the controversial boxer supposedly placed a million-dollar bet on the Patriots to beat the Broncos. 

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Reportedly Made $1 Million Betting on Patriots Over Broncos

Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s gambling exploits are legendary. The man says he wins and loses millions on a given betting weekend. From the sounds of things, he was mostly up a few weeks ago. Norm Clarke of the Las Vegas Review-Journal says Floyd bet $1 million that Tim Tebow wouldn’t have a prayer against the Patriots in Week 15. The Pats rolled to victory 41-23, easily covering the...

Victor Ortiz’s Boxing License in Question After Saying He Tried to Break Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s Nose

Victor Ortiz’s Nevada boxing license is in question after the fighter admitted he intentionally tried to break Floyd Mayweather’s nose with a headbutt, Lance Pugmire of the LA Times reports. Pugmire reported on his Twitter account that Keith Kizer, the executive director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, will not license Ortiz to fight until he explains his nose breaking...

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Bet $1 Million On Tebow to Lose

It appears that Floyd Mayweather Jr. is not impressed by "Tebow Time". According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, it's rumored on The Strip that Mayweather Jr. bet a cool $1 million that Tim Tebow and the Broncos would succumb to the New England Patriots two weeks ago. That prediction came true and Denver was squashed with a 41-23 defeat. The champ has a history of...

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Bet $1 Million Against Tim Tebow

Two weeks ago, the New England Patriots walked all over the Denver Broncos in a 41-23 win. More importantly, Mayweather got rich—well, richer. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Mayweather had $1 million on the Patriots. The director of the Cantor Gaming sports book at the M Resort, Mike Colbert, refused to confirm or deny the report, but...

Mayweather Jr. bet on Brady vs. Tebow?

For a guy headed to jail to begin a three-month jail term, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has had a lot to smile about this month. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Mayweather placed a $1 million bet in Vegas that Tom Brady's New England Patriots would beat Tim Tebow's Denver Broncos. The famous boxer, known for making (and tweeting) some of his big-money bets, reportedly...

Boxer Mayweather Pleads No Contest to Battery

Lawyers for Floyd Mayweather Jr. completed a plea deal that let him pay a $1,000 fine and avoid jail time for a November 2010 scuffle with a homeowner association security guard.

Mayweather pleads no contest in battery case

A lawyer for Floyd Mayweather Jr. has pleaded no contest on his behalf under a plea deal to resolve a misdemeanor battery case stemming from a scuffle with a Las Vegas homeowner association security guard.
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