Marlon Wayans & Co. may pose the question What The Funny? on their daily grind but moviegoers all across the globe indeed know what time it is when he drops a flick. Since he and his brothers departed from the Scary Movie franchise, the sequential films have noticeably been oozing with struggle. Marlon adjusted fire […]
Once a boxer, always a boxer. It seems that motto has never left Floyd Mayweather Sr. as he got into a brief scuffle with fellow trainer and boxing father Ruben Guerrero.
Internet memes are a raging sensation but few celebrities actually acknowledge the ones that bear their own likeness. Apparently those unwritten rules don’t apply to Floyd Mayweather and as the controversial boxer took to his Instagram and Facebook accounts to wish the foe he has yet to fight, Manny Pacquiao a Merry Christmas with a […]
Floyd Mayweather has attempted to put behind him past allegations regarding domestic abuse against the mother of his children, Josie Harris. After serving a brief jail stint in 2012, Mayweather hasn’t said much about the incident until a recent chat with Jamie Foster Brown of Sister 2 Sister Magazine.
Birthdays make for the utmost reason for celebration and in the city of Los Angeles, you can expect that tenfold. Rap-A-Lot Records CEO, Jas Prince took to L.A.’s Supperclub Tuesday night (Oct. 29) to usher in another year of living and the stars soon followed.
Now this is what we’re talking about. Rarely do athletes truly get to speak their minds without being judged, but such is the case in this footage of Floyd Mayweather and Kobe Bryant having barbershop conversation, of sorts, at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Millions watched as Floyd Mayweather, 36-years-old, defeated Canelo Alvarez, but not without a controversial split decision by judge C. J. Ross. Hip-Hop Wired spoke with the world champion on the matter and his business endeavors outside of boxing on the green carpet at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards.
Floyd Mayweather easily defeated the previously unbeaten Saúl Álvarez at the MGM Grand in Last Vegas last night. However, one judge scored the fight a tie. What boxing match was he watching?
Floyd Mayweather slid through New York City just days after defending his welterweight championship against Robert Guerrero. There he had the opportunity to speak his peace on the aforementioned bout, his experience being incarcerated, the events that led to his falling out with 50 Cent, and more with The Breakfast Club.
A Floyd Mayweather, Jr. bout is one of the few events people willingly defer from their usual Saturday night activities to watch. Last evening the masses did just that to witness the undefeated boxer successfully defend his welterweight championship against the accomplished Robert Guerrero (31-2-1).
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson made a stop over on ESPN’s First Take this morning to promote his ESPN Friday Night Fights card on March 1st at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods.
The Money Team reign just wont let up as Floyd “Money” Mayweather is taking his talents to Showtime/CBS after a lengthy run with HBO PPV.