First the Fat Boys broke up, now this…
50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather’s arch nemesis, Manny Pacquiao, just formed a joint boxing promotions company.
If you recall 50 and Floyd also formed a boxing promotions company, TMT Promotions, but um, TMT is done with, apparently.
Manny’s spokesman tells Boxing Scene
“I think with 50 Cent, with his entertainment connections and his popularity there, combining that with Manny’s popularity and expertise in boxing – we can bring a new flavor to boxing – we can excite some young boxers and I think we can sign some top quality boxers. I spoke to 50 Cent tonight and confirmed that we’re going to go forward. Manny is coming here this weekend for other business, but we’re all excited about it. With 50’s influence in the music industry – we want to put a different flavor on the shows.”
They looked so cute together!
According to Fif, Money May is experiencing significant hardships at the start of his three-month bid.
While Fiddy did not get into many details, he made it clear Mayweather is not living the glamorous life behind bars.
The G-Unit CEO, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, also gave an update on his friend Floyd Mayweather, who is currently serving a three-month sentence for domestic battery of an ex-girlfriend in front of their two children. “He’s not doing good right now,” said 50. “He only been out seven hours since he been in there. They doin’ everything to make this difficult.” Right before Mayweather began his sentence last month, Fif told MTV News that the boxer has a deep connection with music. “Floyd has a huge passion for music that people don’t know about,” 50 explained. “It’s a big part of what makes him comfortable and takes his mind off of how hard he has to work to stay being the #1 fighter in the world.”
This week, Mayweather lost a bout to have his jail sentenced reduced to house arrest.
Mayweather’s legal team told the court this week that his personal physician, Dr. Robert Voy, visited the jail Friday and determined the fighter had lost muscle tone. Voy estimated Mayweather was consuming fewer than 800 calories a day instead of his usual 3,000 or 4,000 calories. Mayweather also wasn’t drinking enough because he wasn’t allowed bottled water and doesn’t enjoy tap water.
Look on the bright side Floyd. You got a gang of money waiting for you when you get home, and you saved money on your insurance.
Floyd Mayweather has finally checked in to a Las Vegas jail to serve his 90 day sentence stemming from a 2010 domestic violence incident where he pleaded guilty to charges against the mother of his kids. Looks like he’ll have to wait until August (when he’s expected to be released) to start spending the reported $32 million he recently made in his fight against Miguel Cotto.
Check out the news report above where they talk about him turning himself in and getting a pedicure shortly before. Classic money Mayweather!
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A sentence has been handed down in the domestic violence case against boxing champ Floyd Mayweather. Today, Money Mayweather entered a guilty plea to domestic violence charges and was ordered to spend 90 days in prison resulting from an incident with the mother of his children in September 2010, in which she claimed he hit her several times and threatened to kill her.
According to TMZ:
Floyd struck a plea deal with prosecutors in the case — in which he pled guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence … in exchange for getting a pass on the felony battery charge.
Floyd also pled no contest to two misdemeanor harassment charges — after allegedly threatening to beat his kids too during the incident.
The judge also ordered Mayweather to complete 100 hours of community service and a 12-month domestic violence program. He was fined $2,500 … which to Floyd is like a poker hand.
Reportedly, Floyd was originally sentenced to 6 months in prison, but had 3 months suspended plus 3 days of time already served. He must turn himself on January 6.
Damn champ! You can’t go around putting your hands on chicks! That’s NOT a good look!