It took Floyd Mayweather less than one round to defeat his Japanese fighter Tenshin Nasukawa in their New Year’s Eve bout in Saitama, Japan.
The American boxing legend earned his $9 million dollars fight money without much fuzz on Monday, sending the local kickboxing star the canvas three times in the first two minutes of their one-sided match.
Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor got a much-deserved clap back from Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa after posting some racist remarks on Instagram.
McGregor was making fun of an image taken at a recent press conference in Japan featuring Nasukawa with boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. promoting a potential upcoming bout.
We all know that professional athletes can be extremely competitive even beyond their respective sports. Floyd Mayweather is not an exception.
Man Pretends to Be in Leonardo DiCaprio’s Entourage, Sneaks into Mayweather/Pacquiao Fight VIP Section
One lucky nobody was able to sneak into the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight VIP section and take photos with a dozen celebrities without ever being kicked out.
Twenty-four-year-old Steve Carruthers donned his finest suit and waited outside of the MGM Grand Hotel on the night of the fight. When he saw Leonardo DiCaprio come in with his entourage, he blended in and followed them into the VIP bar where he mingled with A-listers all night.
On Saturday, Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. was named the still-undefeated champion after defeating Manny Pacquiao in the most anticipated (yet underwhelming) fight of the century by “unanimous decision.”
There are many a hardships that push people to become successful. In Manny Pacquiao’s case, his dad eating his pet dog may have pushed him to become the pro boxer he is today.
Pacquiao’s renowned trainer, Freddie Roach, told Yahoo! Sports that the boxer’s family struggled with extreme poverty growing up in the Philippines.
With arguably the biggest fight of our time just around the corner, both Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather have been preparing endlessly.
It’s no secret that diet has been a huge part of their fight preparation, and we all know Mayweather has spared no expense in that department.
While Manny Pacquiao is getting ready for his superfight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. on May 3, he still found the time to buy a house in probably the most competitive and expensive real estate market in the country. Pacquiao purchased an opulent 10,000 square-foot pad for his family in Beverly Hills for $12.5 million.
It’s the former home of Sean “Diddy” Combs, and Pacquiao had to fight outside of the ring to get it. The seven-bedroom, eight-bath mansion had two other bidders, but Pacquiao successfully fought them off by offering the seller four tickets to the Mayweather fight, Pacquiao’s realtor, Elsa Nelson, told USA Today.