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That is some weird entourage Floyd Mayweather had over the weekend: a pop star beloved by tweens (Lil Wa... oops, I mean Justin Bieber), a pair of rappers (Lil Wayne, 50 Cent) and a refugee who couldn't pursue a professional boxing career in Cuba turned promotional refugee who cannot pursue a professional boxing career in America (Yuriorkis Gamboa). I wonder what they talked about. Booty? Bieber's $20,000 fish necklace?We haven't talked about everything there is to talk about from the weekend, which is why we'll revisit said weekend, mostly the subject in the headline. If you want to talk about booty or fish necklaces, though, feel free to ignore the stuff I wrote and just pontificate about that stuff. Alternately you could talk about fishes and booty necklaces. Scoring in the fight. I caught some hell for my draw score of Mayweather-Miguel Cotto, so I went back and rescored it, paying special attention to Mayweather and trying to be more generous to him. Guess...
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