Cent Says Floyd Mayweather's Money Is Running Low

Tanya Simon
February 18, 2020

Floyd Mayweather claims his approach for his 2017 mega fight with Conor McGregor was so laid back that all he did in preparation were "pushups and sit-ups". After his last fight against Conor McGregor, he has been enjoying his retirement.

Scroll through Mayweather's Instagram and you'll get a glimpse of how the rich and powerful live in a world most of us can only dream of. But you never know with him.

"It's fight, get the money, spend the money, fight".

Jackson responds: "With the lifestyle that money's gone".

"If this man (50 Cent) comes over to my house, my chef cook big meals for us". "I just don't understand why he keep having the conversation.how am I coming up in conversations?"

"Call him and he will be at your local nightclub because he needs that action right now". "That's coming out of the blue".

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The only outing McGregor had in a pro boxing so far resulted in a TKO loss to Floyd Mayweather a couple of years back but McGregor did win some early rounds in what was an entertaining spectacle overall. That's all I did, push-ups and sit-ups.

38-year-old Diego Sanchez's hand was raised in the co-main event of UFC Fight Night 167 on Saturday night following a contentious disqualification against Michel Pereira. That's all I did.

Floyd not too long ago mentioned he would not know the place their beef began, whereas being interviewed on the Drink Champs Podcast. I would do training camp in Vegas a few days. If I wanted to go out there and f**k him up and blaze him right out the gate, I could've did that.

Let's all just hope that "The Notorious" tweeted out the above with his tongue firmly in his cheek and nobody at the UFC puts together a bout that no athletic commission should take seriously.

When asked if it was because he didn't take the fight seriously, Mayweather replied: "I took it serious, but like I said before, I wanted to have some fun in the fight and I wanted to entertain the people".

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