It’s loopy to suppose that just some years in the past, boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and 50 Cent had been thick as thieves.
Now in at the present time, the 2 proceed to commerce digital jabs, however it seems Floyd Mayweather is lastly open to settling the rating together with his former bestie within the ring.
50 Cent just lately made point out that he’d like to sq. up with Floyd throughout an interview with V-103 Atlanta’s “The Morning Tradition,” however he talked about weight class as the principle subject stopping on a full on brawl between the previous buddies.
Effectively, Floyd has clearly been listening.
Floyd principally stated in an Instagram publish as we speak that fifty can catch these palms right after he fights social media influencer Logan Paul within the ring and presumably his brother Jake Paul.
“This yr I’ll deal with a number of exhibitions. I’ll have an exhibition in Tokyo, Japan once more. In fact the one with Logan Paul and I ; and if Jake Paul can get previous his subsequent opponent Ben Askren, I’ll have an exhibition with him as properly,” Floyd captioned his publish.
“I additionally heard that fifty cent would struggle me however claims I’m too small. If he desires to lace up on the finish of the yr, we will do an exhibition then. I don’t care about weight class with any of those guys. The Paul brothers will make nice cash with the occasions, however with 50 cent It needs to be ‘Winner Take All.’”
With Floyd formally throwing the gauntlet down, 50, staying true to his model, went for the jugular and talked about Floyd’s studying potential as the latest cause why he gained’t face off together with his former pal.
“The struggle is off as a result of Floyd can’t learn 2 paragraphs of my New York Occasions greatest vendor (Hustle More durable Hustle Smarter) on IG dwell,” 50 tweeted.
So, who is aware of after we’ll get an precise struggle or reconciliation from these two but when both of these occur, we’ll maintain you posted.
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