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At times, us sports fans often forget that the word “fan” is short for “fanatic,” as in crazy person. Luckily, every once in a while a true fanatic comes along to keep the rest of us grounded: Floyd Mayweather might want to start looking into getting a restraining order. Eh, actually, knowing ‘Money’ he is probably receiving royalties for this. H/T Floyd Mayweather/Instagram
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Floyd Mayweather has some serious explaining to do, as his baby mama Josie Harris posted photos of the two in bed, which may give proof to her claims that the two are still sleeping together.Harris posted a photo on her Instagram on Sunday [Mother's Day]. The photo shows Harris snapping a photo while Mayweather is in bed sleeping. Harris claims that since Mayweather was released...
When it comes to fan tribute tattoos to an athlete, it doesn’t get much more elaborate than this.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. shared this picture on his Instagram account on Tuesday, and it’s clear this fan went all out with the tattoo dedicated to the boxer. You have Floyd in the middle with a boxing glove on one hand and his championship belt hanging over his shoulder. What looks...
Canelo Alvarez (42-0-1, 30 KOs) vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. (44-0, 26 KOs) is the fight fans want to see. Both boxers are undefeated and considered the best in their weight classes. Mayweather beat Robert Guerrero with ease in his fight two weeks ago, so fans want to see him step up the competition. So do his promoters and television partners.
Golden Boy Promotions said that arranging...
NEW YORK — Floyd Mayweather Jr. is the highest-earning athlete in American sports for the second straight year.
The boxer is projected to make $90 million in 2013 according to Sports Illustrated’s annual list released Wednesday. Miami Heat star LeBron James is a distant second at $56.5 million.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees vaults into the rankings at No. 3 at $47...
Projected to make $90 million in 2013, Floyd Mayweather Jr. was ranked the highest-earning American athlete for the second consecutive year by Sports Illustrated on Wednesday. Nearly doubling the Miami Heat star, LeBron James finished a distant second to the 36-year-old Mayweather (44-0, 26 KOs) at $56.5 million. The famed periodical estimated Mayweather’s income by combining salary...
According to SI.com’s Fortunate 50, undefeated boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. is projected to be the highest-paid athlete in American sports for the second straight year, potentially earning between $90 million and $128 million. Floyd has the most accurate nickname there ever was. To See the Top 50 click here.-TO
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Mark McGwire, Jose Conseco, Barry Bonds.
What do these three guys have in common? They all did steroids of course. They tainted their bodies which in turn tainted the game by using steroids to create mammoth bodies that led to awe-inspiring statistics. When the truth came to light, these fools got hated on by a large portion of the sports fan community. I completely understand this...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Floyd Mayweather Jr. is the highest-earning athlete in American sports for the second straight year.
The boxer is projected to make 90 million in 2013 according to Sports Illustrated's annual list released Wednesday. Miami Heat star LeBron James is a distant second at 56.5 million.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees vaults into the rankings at No. 3 at...