Floyd Mayweather has been a figure of controversy throughout the entirety of his professional boxing career; nonetheless, he has consistently been successful inside the ring.
Floyd Mayweather has consistently refuted all of the claims that have been made against him in the past regarding his alleged history of physically abusing women. The 45-year-old boxer explained how he continued to win fights while being accused of domestic violence.
Floyd Mayweather will make his in-ring debut in the U.K. on Feb. 25. He now faces “Geordie Shore” star Aaron Chalmers in an exhibition bout at O2 Arena in London.
Previously Mayweather was to fight Liam Harrison, however, Harrison has a knee injury and withdrew from the bout. pic.twitter.com/ZRXwQXqZi9
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After defeating Conor McGregor in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas in 2017, Mayweather called it quits on a professional career spanning two decades.
Floyd, however, never completely detached himself from the sport, as seen by his participation in a number of exhibition bouts for the sake of his devoted fan base.
Money has faced Tenshin Nasukawa, Don Moore, Logan Paul, Mikuru Asakura, and Deji Olatunji in five exhibition bouts so far.
On February 25 at The O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom, the American is scheduled to compete in yet another exhibition bout. This time, he will be facing off against Aaron Chalmers, and it will be his first fight in the United Kingdom.
In 2001, Pretty Boy punched Melissa Brim and received a sentence for admitting to the attack. This incident marked the beginning of Pretty Boy’s pattern of aggressive and violent behavior. A few years later, Floyd got into another fight when he punched Josie Harris’s friends at a club. A 90-day sentence was imposed after he admitted to the assault.
After three years, Harris accused Floyd of assaulting her in a car; however, the case was never established. Only a few years later, Floyd pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of domestic abuse and harassment against Harris and was again given a 90-day jail term.
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According to many sources, there has never been a video or photo as proof to prove Floyd guilty of any of the numerous instances of domestic violence that he has been accused of doing; this is how the legendary boxer has been able to get away with serving such short sentences in jail every time.
Given that Floyd Mayweather’s mother was a drug addict and his father was a drug dealer, it is not hard to deduce that he had a difficult childhood. However, every time when he got into the ring, he turned into an unbeatable force to witness.