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Sometimes two combatants in the ring are not nearly enough for some people, they feel the need to step in themselves. Here are some occasions when the hotheads threw their toys out of the pram!
5. Floyd Mayweather vs Zab Judah
Former Sunderland and Ghana star striker Asamoah Gyan will add boxing promotion to his CV when he puts on his debut boxing show in his native Accra, Ghana on July 6.
The Ail Ain striker/chart-topping rapper will launch his newly formed BabyJet Promotions with a show topped by incumbent Ghanaian super-bantamweight champion Raymond Commey and challenger Emmanuel Quartey.
Forbes.com named Mayweather its highest-paid athlete over the last year. Mayweather earned $85 million (£54m), knocking golfer Tiger Woods out of the top spot that he has held since 2001.
Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragos has rejected Floyd Mayweather’s request to be moved to house arrest due to ‘inhumane’ jail conditions that were threatening to cut his career short.
Mayweather’s lawyer Richard Wright filed a motion earlier this week to have the pound-for-pound star released into house arrest because of the poor diet he was being subjected to and lack of access to training facilities.
Footage of Floyd Mayweather’s attorney requesting that the undefeated pound-for-pound boxing star be put on house arrest because he is being treated differently than other inmates at the Clark County Detention Center charged with similar misdemeanor offenses. The state wins this argument for us with the line ‘where did he think he was going? The Four Seasons’…
Twelve days into his three-month jail sentence on a domestic battery count, undefeated champion boxer Floyd Mayweather is asking to go home after claiming his stay in jail could end his career.
An emergency motion obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal shows Mayweather's lawyers will ask Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa to allow the fighter to serve the remainder of his sentence on house arrest.
After Manny Pacquiao’s controversial split-decision loss to Timothy Bradley the conspiracy theories have been raging in the boxing world. In this old interview his archenemy Floyd Mayweather warns the Filipino superstar about his promoter Bob Arum.
Primetime pundit Steve Bunce reckons Saturday’s WBO welterweight meeting between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley could be the most important outing of the Filipino’s career, as only a statement-making performance would keep any prospective bout with Floyd Mayweather alive…