Two weeks after claiming a triumphant 48th victory over Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather conducted his first third party interview with none other than Shade 45‘s DJ Whoo Kid. Right off the bat Floyd claims therewon’t be a re-match, simply for Manny lying about a rotator cuff tear. Because of this, he feels as if Manny was a sore loser. Floyd also dug deep into the financial aspect of the fight, dubbed the Fight of the Century, saying that between merchandising, International TV streams, sponsorships, and the fight pay-check there is an upwards of $700 million made. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
When asked if he’s going to break Rocky Marciano’s record of 49-0, he doesn’t know at this point whether or not there will be a 50th fight. There’s one fight left in his contract with Showtime, but other than that he’s still uncertain. He did say though that his last fight will be triumphant, everyone responsible for the success in his career will be in attendance. And who will be performing at that last fight? Floyd said that he would love to have Eminem perform.
With 50 Cent and Mayweather burying the hatchet, Floyd divulged more into that relationship. He also says that him and TI are now cool again as well, and the basis of the fight between them was just like a brotherly fight. He said that him and Tiny are basically like brother and sister, so there was no fooling around there.
Other aspects of the interview include Bieber‘s relationship with him, the Burger King partnership, and that he will be voting for Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Whoo Kid in the 2016 Presidential election. Make sure to tune into DJ Whoo Kid’s The Whoolywood Shuffle each and every Saturday from 12p-6p EST, and a re-air Sunday’s from 10a-4p EST on Sirius XM Channel 45. POW!
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