Floyd Mayweather Speaks Out For First Time Since Bone Collector Crossover

Floyd Mayweather Speaks Out For First Time Since Bone Collector Crossover

He might be one of the greatest boxers of all time, a holder of multiple world titles who retired undefeated with a 50-0 record, but it looks like Floyd Mayweather Jr. has finally been beaten. Mayweather won all 50 of his professional boxing fights and became famed for his quick feet, balance and incredible ability to evade punches. And true to his name, the "bone collector" broke Mayweather's ankles as he got dumped hard while the bone collector hit a three-pointer right in front of him.

During the event, Mayweather went one-on-one with Larry Williams, who is a street baller known as the "Bone Collector".

It all started with Mayweather posting a clip in which he was showing off his money, jewels and a huge Chanel purse that was, according to him, a present from the late Karl Lagerfeld.

The five-weight world champion was able to see the amusing side of things, though, and was seen laughing as he clambered back to his feet.

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Mayweather's team went up against a team led by Rob Gronkowski at the second annual Monster Energy $50K Charity Challenge Celebrity Basketball game, which was held at UCLA.

"What Bone Collector did to Mayweather was a crime", one Twitter user joked. The 42-year-old has been out of the ring since knocking out Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in an unofficial bout on December 31 last year.

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