Cent Says Floyd Mayweather Is Lying About His Financial Woes

Cent Says Floyd Mayweather Is Lying About His Financial Woes

Floyd Mayweather has vowed to quit boxing once and for all after he emerges from retirement for next month's cross-combat showdown with Conor McGregor.

The two men are to face each other at Las Vegas's T-Mobile Arena on August 26 in what could become the richest bout in boxing history.

This kid has done a lot for the sport, a lot for the company and this is the fight that he wanted, so we're going to give it to him.

"I feel the most confident when I'm in the gym", she said while talking Us Weekly.

The announced cost of the pay-per-view card is set at $89.95 (USD) for standard definition and $99.95 (USD) for high definition. But he hadn't reckoned on something: nobody had taken McGregor's microphone away from him.

"I spoke to Al and told him".

Irish Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) star Conor Mcgregor has revealed that he will star in a new documentary about his career.

Shirtless McGregor had no problem hamming it up with a few friendly followers as he even stopped for a few photos. It has to be my last one. But it was evident that he was growing weary of his opponent's antics. And when Mayweather produced a $100m cheque for the benefit of the crowd, McGregor yelled: "That's for the taxman!"

But under closer inspection, you can see that this is no average pinstripe.

Mayweather seemingly enjoyed the moment and treated it like stand-up comedy as he paced back and forth between statements. "We ain't trippin' on that", he responded. Others said that McGregor wiped the floor with his rival. The build-up to this superfight is therefore going to be very, very political.