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Video: Floyd Mayweather Jr Interview With Hot 97

Floyd Mayweather opens up about the infamous ‘Mayweather & Pacquiao’ fight that seems as if it will never materialize. Apparently, there is a lot more to the sport of boxing that every fan may not be aware of. Floyd defends himself in regards of his ‘bad boy’ character and even his recent short jail stint. For those who may not know Floyd as a person, this is a perfect opportunity to see the man outside of the ring. Hands down, Floyd Mayweather is a well-rounded person who is also down-to-earth. Watch as he speaks on everything from sports, to relationships, and Ochocinco’s recent unraveling.

Some pay to see me win, some pay to see me lose…but they all pay”
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HBO’s ‘The Wire’ To Become A Musical…

Many of us wanted to see the return of HBO’s hit series ‘The Wire’, but sometimes we have to be careful what we wish for. The Wire is back but not exactly how it was imagined. This time around it comes in the form of a musical. The entire cast original cast will not be performing but the infamous villain Omar’s role will be reprised by Michael Kenneth Williams, who brought the character to life in the original series. Also returning is Sonja Sohn (Kima) and Felicia Pearson (Snoop). I don’t know about y’all but do we really need to see Omar singing?

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Floyd Mayweather Wins Again But Draws Controversy

Boxing great Floyd Mayweather has done it again. In his fight versus Victor Ortiz, Saturday night, Floyd extended his professional record to 42-0. Mayweather ended the fight in the 4th round when he caught Ortiz with a quick combination which sent him to the canvas. This would have been a more than enough to end all questions to Floyd’s greatness but there are still plenty of doubts when it comes to that subject. Mainly because of the fashion in which the fight was won. While apparently apologizing for an intentional headbutt, he was clocked and floored by Mayweather. The hits were so intense that Victor was unable to recover and Floyd subsequently won the contest. The crowd had mixed emotions about the outcome of the fight as it was apparent when boos were heard throughout the building when the winner was announced.