Ronda Rousey says Floyd Mayweather Jr. would be forced to “run away” from her in the octagon if they ever met for a UFC fight. In a related report by The Inquisitr, Ronda Rousey outraged WWE fans when she suggested Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock was better than CM Punk, who actually has MMA training.... Show More Summary
Anderson Silva vs. Roy Jones Jr.? Pfffft. The real "super fight" is Ronda Rousey vs. Floyd Mayweather in the KUMITE.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. likes a man with a slow hand. He got one with two of them for his next opponent. The undefeated welterweight scheduled a fight with Argentina's Marcos Maidana for Saturday, May 3. Was Henry Bruseles booked thatShow More Summary
Father Time is undefeated. Well, so is Floyd Mayweather, Jr. And if he has it his way, he’s going to remain that way. The world’s greatest boxer is 37-years-old today, and while not as ridiculous as Bernard Hopkins still beating world...Show More Summary
The stripper who was fired for taking photos with Katy Perry -- INSIDE A STRIP CLUB -- has moved on to bigger and richer things... Floyd Mayweather Jr.The stripper -- Devon -- Instagrammed the photo Wednesday night in Vegas after randomly running…
Khloe Kardashian caused a lot of confusion on the Internet today -- 'cause apparently a ton of people don't know the difference between OJ Simpson and Sugar Ray Leonard! Can you say, generation gap?Plus, Floyd Mayweather Jr. was BALLING big time at…
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is taking crowdsourcing to the next level by letting his fans pick out his next Floyd Mayweather Jr. Lets Fans Pick Next Opponent - -
Floyd Mayweather Jr., two fights in to his estimated $250 million, six-fight contract with the CBS-owned Showtime network, took to Twitter on Sunday, asking fans to pick his next opponent. But there’s a catch. The undefeated, consensus pound-for-pound best boxer in the world gave his Twitter fans only two choices. Show More Summary
Floyd Mayweather Jr. had a miserable Super Bowl night after making, and losing, a $10.4 million bet on the Denver Broncos. Or at least that’s the story that circulated the internet on Super Bowl Sunday. Reports surfaced this weekend that the boxer laid down a gigantic bet on the Broncos to win Super Bowl XLVII.... Show More Summary
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wants the Internet to know he did not bet $10 million on the Denver Broncos to win Floyd Mayweather: No $10 Million On The Super Bowl - -
Well, the Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII, and as you may recall, stories were flying around the web last week that Floyd Mayweather Jr. had bet $10.4 million on the Broncos. So I guess the number one pound-for-pound boxer in the world is going to have to cut back a little until his next fight […]
Mayweather sets the record straight! Floyd Mayweather Denied Betting $10 Million On Broncos Via HuffPo reports: Floyd Mayweather Jr. doesn’t want you to believe everything you read on Twitter. With the Seattle Seahawks flying toward a blowout win in Super
There's been a rumor flying around the web the past several days that flamboyant boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather, Jr., bet $10.4 million on the Denver Broncos to win Super Bowl XLVIII. That would have been a massive loss given the Broncos' dreadful performance on Sunday night But Mayweather says the whole story is bunk. Show More Summary
When UFC president Dana White went on The Arsenio Hall Show and was asked how Floyd Mayweather Jr. would do against top UFC competition, White had a simple response: "He'd get murdered." Mayweather holds an undefeated 45-0 professional boxing record and is the unquestioned No. Show More Summary
If you’ve noticed any unusual movement with the point spread for Sunday’s Super Bowl, it could have a little something to do with the $10.4 million that Floyd Mayweather Jr. dropped on the game. To be more specific, “Money” Mayweather has placed his $10.4 million, with confidence, on the favored Denver Broncos to cover the two-point […]
In a story that I swear is not from 1996, here’s an episode of Arsenio about UFC. UFC President Dana White went on the show on Monday and discussed a variety of things, the most interesting being Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s chances should he leave the worlds of boxing (and show promotion) behind to step into the octagon.
No word yet on whether or not the Beebs with be joining him. It's nice to have friends in high places. GLORY Sports International will enjoy yet another special guest appearance from the biggest name in boxing, as top pound-for-pound pugilist Floyd Mayweather Jr. Show More Summary
Adrien Broner is a 24-year-old lightweight who has been hailed by Floyd Mayweather Jr. as "the future of boxing." Coming into Saturday's fight with journeyman fighter Marcos Maidana, Broner had a perfect 27-0 record — something that allowed the boxing world to forgive his hyper-vulgar, swaggering persona out of the ring. Show More Summary
New from PopCrunch: A brief look at the rise of Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr. gives us a good idea of just what professional athletes who quickly rise to stardom in the world of boxing must contend with. This article Floyd Mayweather: Literally Going for the Gold appeared first on PopCrunch.