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Category — Pacquiao-Mayweather

Vegas: Sights & Seen


    Plenty of folks in Vegas for Mayweather-Pacquiao. Here’s 2: 50 Cents and Jeremih at SLS Las Vegas on Sunday.
    Image courtesy of SLS Las Vegas

May 4, 2015   No Comments

Undisputed Truth



      A unanimous decision for Floyd Mayweather Jr. over Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Saturday night.

May 3, 2015   No Comments

Ready To Rumble


    Best case? Floyd doesn’t answer the bell for the 12th. Worst? It’s a freaking draw.

May 2, 2015   No Comments

Promises, Promises


    Only a handful of us idiots are picking Pacquiao.

April 30, 2015   No Comments

50 Shades Of Gray?


    Fifty says Mayweather can’t lose. We say Pac Man by a KO. Right, right.

March 4, 2015   No Comments

Ring Tones


    Is Floyd Mayweather Jr. tired of running after all these years or is this another sequel of “The Fugitive?”

January 28, 2015   No Comments

Is The Mustard Off The Hot Dog Yet?


    As expected, Manny Pacquiao destroyed an overmatched Chris Algieri, so the deck is cleared again for Pacquiao-Mayweather. Lately, Floyd and his peeps have been talking like the fight will happen. We’re not holding our breath.
    Lately, Floyd has been holed up courtside at Laker and Clipper games for the past 2 weeks. The hecklers frequently shouted at The Money Team after game “Pacquaio!” for all to hear.
    Of course Floyd never heard them.
    USA Today

November 24, 2014   No Comments

Cash Cows


    Guess who tops Forbes’ list of the top-paid athletes?

June 11, 2014   No Comments

Season’s Greetings


    Another Floyd Mayweather tease. We used to call it selling wolf tickets. Reminds me of a crush you’d beg and beg only to get blown off over and over then comes calling when no 1 wants it anymore.
    This is a Christmas card Mayweather tweeted to Manny Pacquiao. Cute.
    Like good whiskey, Mayweather likes his opponents to age before he climbs into the ring with them. Give it another year or 2, or 3 or 4, when no 1 cares, and Floyd will suck it up.

December 23, 2013   No Comments

Cash Money Homie

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. tops Sports Illustrated’s list of the athletes who have bagged the most coin over the past year. And Mayweather has earned his estimated $90 million without a single commercial endorsement.

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May 15, 2013   No Comments