Floyd Mayweather Ditches Justin Bieber, Wants Miley Cyrus to Walk Him to Ring Next

Floyd Mayweather

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As one of the most interesting personalities in sports, world-class boxer Floyd Mayweather seems to always be in the public eye with his crazy statements, weird actions or just flat-out wild life. He’s nicknamed ‘Money’ for a reason as he made over $40 million for his most recent bout with Canelo Alvarez — let’s just say if you were a waiter at a restaurant, you would want Mayweather as one of your customers.

The guy is loaded with money and famous friends. In fact, he even had superstar pop singer Justin Bieber walk him to the ring in the ceremonial “ring walk” prior to his Sept. 14 fight against Alvarez. Many people believed that Mayweather was the overwhelming victor of the match, but one judge called it a draw — and that judge is now “taking time away” from the sport.

Back to the real story here. Mayweather notched the victory, nonetheless, improving his record to an unbelievable 45-0. Everyone wanted to be next to the best fighter in the world for pictures afterward, but who was actually there? None other than the Biebs.

It was just weird to see one of the most feared fighters out there standing next to a guy that has the body stature of a 12-year-old girl. It looked like Bieber and Mayweather had a great time together as they are good friends, but not a good enough time to be brought back for Mayweather’s next big fight.

Who does ‘Money’ want to be there by his side to walk him into the ring and celebrate his soon-to-be 46-0 record? How about Miley Cyrus? That is not a typo. Mayweather has said that if he wants to be the best, he needs to surround himself with the best and she is on the top of her game right now.

Oh boy, Floyd. If you weren’t so good at boxing, I would think you were crazy. Oh wait, you are.

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