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Floyd Mayweather Allegedly Involved in Kidnapping and Beating of Two Former Employees Over Stolen Jewelry


(Clearly a frugal spender who understands the value of the dollar, here’s a photo of Floyd purchasing 12 pairs of shoes at 1 in the morning.)

Pound-for-pound boxing king Floyd Mayweather has another fight coming up in May, so that can only mean one thing: IT’S TIME TO COMMIT A FELONY.

Our latest and perhaps most disturbing entry in Mayweather’s long history of violence takes us to Las Vegas, where “Money” apparently had a couple of his goons kidnap and viciously beat two of his former employees after some of his jewelry went missing. So sayeth TMZ:

Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ Sports … the two men had been hired to work on Floyd’s Vegas homes … but when jewelry went missing, Floyd pointed the finger at them.

We’re told the men claim they were contacted several weeks ago and instructed to meet Floyd at an off-site location.

When the men arrived, they claim Floyd was waiting for them — along with a number of his “people” —  who proceeded to beat the living crap out of them with various weapons, including clubs.

Our sources say the attack was so brutal the men could have easily died.  Both men had broken arms and legs and were hospitalized for several days.

Well, it wouldn’t be a Mayweather fight if there wasn’t a threat of it being cancelled due to impending legal actions. I’m honestly starting to feel like the piece of human garbage that is Floyd Mayweather commits these crimes to hype up his fights, knowing that he is rich and famous enough to avoid most legal action in the errant cesspool that is the American justice system. (I’m kind of a cynic if you haven’t noticed.)

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Thank Allah: Floyd Mayweather Denied Early Release From Prison


(He doesn’t even get a Rita Hayworth poster?! This is inhumane!) 

Saying that the justice system of America is broken is like saying that a train with square wheels does not make for a great Christmas toy. If you need a few examples of how corrupted it has become, look no further than Hollywood. Robert Blake was able to get away with murdering his wife using the old “I was going to kill her, but someone did it first!” defense. O.J. Simpson got away with murder, but thankfully was dumb enough to find a way to wind up in jail anyway. And don’t even get us started on how Lindsey Lohan is still allowed to remain a part of normal, civilized society with the rest of us.

So when it was reported that Floyd Mayweather was already trying to weasel his way out of prison after less than a fortnight, we were already chalking up another victory for celebrities over justice like Frank Trigg commentating on a PRIDE-era Fedor fight. And for once, we’re glad to admit that we perhaps rushed to judgement on the state of America’s legal system, as Mayweather was not only denied the right to serve the remainder of his three month sentence under house arrest, but was basically told to quit being such a little bitch by the presiding judge.

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[VIDEO] Dana White Blasts “Racist” Floyd Mayweather for Jeremy Lin Comments


(You may see Snoop Dogg and some bald white guy, but all we see are two cool friends, hanging out and singing karaoke.)

The rise of New Yorks Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has not come without a bit of racially motivated backlash amongst the sports world, for reasons that have yet to be determined. After using the phrase “chink in the armor” to describe the Knicks loss to the New Orleans Hornets, a remark that appeared to be aimed at Lin, ESPN fired the writer responsible and suspended MMA Live host Max Bretos for using the phrase during a live broadcast. Sports media personality Stephen A. Smith recently discussed the issue alongside Skip Bayless, and if you have an extra 10 minutes on your hand, we recommend you check out his take on everything from over-sensitivity to racism in general, as it really puts the whole debate into perspective.

One person who clearly didn’t get Mr. Smith’s message was WBC Welterweight champion and detriment to society, Floyd Mayweather, who recently took to Twitter to intelligently discuss all that is Linsanity. And by intelligently discuss, we mean turn it into a matter of race like he always does, stating the following:

Jeremy Lin is a good player but all the hype is because he’s Asian. Black players do what he does every night and don’t get the same praise.

Aside from drawing the backlash of his fans, the remark caught the attention of UFC President Dana White, who tore Floyd a new one during a recent episode of FUELTV’s “UFC Tonight,” the video of which awaits you after the jump.

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Thanksgiving Weekend Link Dump


(Video courtesy YouTube/JoeRogan.net)

– Floyd Mayweather Jr. accused of assault with a deadly weapon; could be upgraded to attempted murder if investigation yields evidence (lvrj)

– Nog bros have new online game and it’s addictive (middleeasy)

– The fab 15 – lightweights (fiveouncesofpain)

– Indiana Jones teaches proper table mysteries (screenjunkies)

– KahL One’s MMA expo highlights (thegarv)

– Michelle McLaughlin photos (holytaco)

– Akiyama’s sexy Maxim cover (fightersonly)

– Paulo Thiago knows it’s do or die time in his next bout (tatame)

– Britney Palmer photo shoot (mmafix)

– Yves Edwards recalls his first fight (mmafighting)

– Despite partnership with UFC, USMC won’t let Marine compete on TUF (mmavalor)

– Tyson Griffin considering drop to featherweight (thescore)

– Yankees and Jeter still $80 million apart (scoresreport)

– Lindland wants to punch a hole in Lawler’s face; statistics say, "pfft!" (mmajunkie)

– Use Linkedin to get a job (mademan)


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