Found September 16, 2013 on
Floyd Mayweather’s entered the ring to face Canelo Alvarez in his signature over-the-top style, flanked by rapper Lil Wayne and pop superstar Justin Bieber. Mayweather walked to the ring as Lil Wayne performed a live remix of his hit song “A Milli,” while Justin Bieber just silently strutted and looked cool. [Continue Reading]
I just don’t get it. I really don’t and I’m not trying to go after Bieber like everyone else. You’re Floyd Mayweather and you act like a hardo 24/7. I get Lil’ Wayne, but Bieber – Bieber is the least hard person on earth. I don’t get it.
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Before Floyd Mayweather took on Canelo Alvarez in front of the sold-out MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday night, he was led to the ring by two superstars who probably wouldn’t fare so well in a boxing match.
Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne walked on both sides of the undefeated Mayweather as they escorted him into the ring. Lil Wayne performed a live remix of his hit “A Milli...
Bieber posted this pick of him and the boxing champion chatting on his Instagram. The rumor is the pop star will walk with the fighter to the ring.
H/T: Hollywood Life
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LAS VEGAS, NV - And still … Floyd Mayweather showed everyone, again, why he is the undisputed, pound for pound King by defeating Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez by split decision Saturday night at the MGM Grand. The pay-per-view extravaganza took place in front of a capacity crowd and millions watching around the globe, (and everyone who illegally streamed it) began with Mayweather...
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