Floyd Mayweather embarrassed with crossover at charity basketball game

Tanya Simon
July 11, 2019

Floyd Mayweather may be undefeated in the boxing ring, but he's got some blemishes in his game on the basketball court.

Mayweather laughed it off as he rose to his feet, however, as did his fans.

While playing in the 2nd Annual Monster Energy $50K Charity Challenge Celebrity Basketball Game in Los Angeles, Mayweather had the unenviable task of guarding Bone Collector, the streetball legend and ballhandling coach that has earned his moniker by ruthlessly victimizing would-be defenders on the court.

The event aimed to raise money and awareness for multiple charities including Teen Cancer America for young adults with cancer, started by Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of legendary rock band The Who. After "Money" got put on his back, Williams was left alone to score a three-point shot. "The Bone Collector" threatened to dribble right before suddenly changing direction.

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Williams turned the former five-weight world champion inside out in a duel, before completely "snapping" Pretty Boy's ankles and sending him tumbling to the ground to gasps of astonishment from the crowd. Bone Collector was showing off his skillset, and Mayweather was able to hang for a while. For example, in August 2017 Floyd Mayweather Jr.at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas met with UFC star Conor McGregor, who won by technical knockout in the 10th round.

The 42-year-old, however, in his attempts to stop him, lost his footing and ended up on the floor.

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