Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Birth Day February 24th, 1977
Birth Place Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.
Age 46 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Pisces

Floyd Joy Sinclair, widely recognized as Floyd Mayweather Jr., is a renowned American boxing promoter and former professional boxer who competed from 1996 to 2017. With an unblemished record, he retired as a five-division world champion, securing 15 major world championships across weight classes ranging from super featherweight to light middleweight. Mayweather gained fame for his outspoken nature and bold demeanor. In a highly anticipated match dubbed the "Fight of the Century" in May 2015, he emerged victorious against Manny Pacquiao, further bolstering his career record to 48-0. In 2017, He retired from boxing with an impeccable 50-0 record. He also earned a bronze medal in the featherweight category during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. He garnered immense financial success, earning the title of the highest-paid athlete in the world according to Forbes and Sports Illustrated in 2012 and 2013. He topped the Forbes list again in 2014 and 2015 as the world's highest-paid athlete. On April 26, 2023, it was announced that Mayweather would participate in an exhibition boxing match on June 11, 2023, against John Gotti III, a professional mixed martial artist, and boxer who happens to be the grandson and son of mafiosos John Gotti and John A. Gotti, respectively. Additionally, Floyd showcased his skills on the fifth season of "Dancing with the Stars," where he partnered with Ukrainian-American professional ballroom dancer Karina Smirnoff. He appeared as himself in the music video "Armani White" recently in 2023.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. early life and background

Born on February 24, 1977, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S., Floyd Mayweather Jr. entered this world as Floyd Joy Sinclair. However, he is widely recognized by his alter ego, Floyd Joy Mayweather Jr. As an American national, his African-American heritage reflects his ethnicity, and his race is characterized as black. Embracing the Christian faith, Mayweather finds solace in his religious beliefs. At the age of 46, he joyfully commemorates his birthday every year on February 24, under the star sign of Pisces. In terms of his family background, his father, Floyd Mayweather Sr., once an esteemed Welterweight Contender and now a boxing trainer, played a significant role in shaping his journey. His mother, Deborah Sinclair, is an integral part of his life as well. Among his siblings, he shares a bond with his sister Fannie Orr, brother Justin Jones, and sister Deltricia Tawanna Howard.

Talking about Flyod's education, he was enrolled at Ottawa Hills High School in Michigan, but he opted to discontinue his education before completing it.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. boxing career

Amateur career

  • Floyd  Mayweather Jr.'s amateur record showcased 84 victories and 8 losses, solidifying his prowess in the ring. He attained national recognition by securing Golden Gloves championships in 1993 (at 106 lb), 1994 (at 114 lb), and 1996 (at 125 lb).
  • Given his defensive skills, Mayweather earned the nickname "Pretty Boy" from his amateur teammates, owing to his limited facial scarring resulting from his father and uncle's teachings.
  • Employing an orthodox defensive stance, Mayweather mastered the shoulder roll technique, where his right hand is held conventionally while the left hand is positioned around the midsection. Additionally, he raises the lead shoulder to protect the chin and block incoming punches.
  • Mayweather's adept use of this stance enables him to effectively block, slip, and deflect the majority of his opponents' punches, even when pressed against the ropes. He seamlessly maneuvers by swaying left and right, synchronized with the rhythm of their strikes.
  • At the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Mayweather achieved a bronze medal in the featherweight division. Throughout the competition, he showcased his skills and dominance. In his first fight, Mayweather was leading 10-1 against Bakhtiyar Tileganov of Kazakhstan before the fight was stopped, resulting in his victory. 
  • He continued his winning streak by outpointing Artur Gevorgyan of Armenia 16-3 in the second fight. In a highly intense quarterfinal match, Mayweather narrowly defeated Lorenzo Aragon of Cuba by a score of 12-11, becoming the first U.S. boxer to defeat a Cuban opponent in two decades. 
  • However, controversy marred his semifinal bout against Serafim Todorov of Bulgaria, who went on to win the silver medal. Despite referee Hamad Hafaz Shouman mistakenly raising Mayweather's hand in victory, the decision was given to the Bulgarian. 
  • The U.S. team filed a protest, alleging intimidation by Bulgaria's Emil Jetchev, head of the boxing officials, and bias in the judges' decision. Judge Bill Waeckerle, an Olympic Games and federation judge, resigned in protest of the officiating.

Professional career

  • On October 11, 1996, Mayweather began his professional boxing career with a remarkable victory over Roberto Apodaca, securing a knockout in the second round. During this time, his trainer was his uncle, Roger Mayweather, as his father remained incarcerated for illegal drug trafficking. He quickly gained recognition in the boxing world and was hailed as a prodigious talent.
  •  In 1998, just two years after entering the professional realm, he clinched his first world title by decisively defeating Genaro Hernandez, the top-ranked super featherweight, with an eighth-round technical knockout. This achievement made Mayweather the first 1996 U.S. Olympian to claim a world title. 
  • As the year drew to a close, Mayweather was ranked by "The Ring" as the #8-pound-for-pound boxer in the world and received "The Ring's" Fighter of the Year award, making him one of the youngest recipients of this prestigious accolade. He successfully defended his title against Carlos Rios, emerging victorious through a unanimous decision. 
  • Mayweather's next title defense came against Justin Juuko, culminating in a knockout in the ninth round. His final title defense in 1999 saw him triumph over Carlos Gerena via a seventh-round referee technical decision. Ahead of his fifth title defense in 2000 against Gregorio Vargas, he made the significant decision to dismiss his father as his manager and enlist James Prince in his place.
  • He then faced the formidable former IBF super-featherweight champion Diego Corrales in a memorable fight that marked a significant moment in his career. Both fighters entered the bout undefeated and without having been knocked down before. Mayweather, ranked #2 by The Ring in the super featherweight division, expressed his desire to fight Corrales, who was facing legal issues related to domestic violence. 
  • Despite Corrales having physical advantages in height and reach, Mayweather dominated every round and knocked Corrales down five times, leading his corner to stop the fight. This victory solidified his claim to the mythical pound-for-pound title and garnered high praise from boxing experts. The fight received acclaim from critics, with Mayweather's speed and power impressing spectators. 
  • Following this triumph, Floyd expressed his interest in fighting Prince Naseem Hamed or the winner of the Casamayor vs. Freitas fight. Although those matchups didn't materialize, Mayweather's opponent Diego Corrales went on to defeat the winner of that bout. The fight with Corrales was celebrated in the boxing world and recognized as a fistic masterpiece. In the following years, Mayweather continued to showcase his skills and maintain his status as one of the best pound-for-pound boxers.
  • Floyd later faced Jose Luis Castillo, the World Boxing Council (WBC) champion and The Ring's top-ranked lightweight, in his first fight in the lightweight division. Despite both fighters officially meeting the 135-lb weight limit, Mayweather came into the ring weighing more than Castillo. He defeated Castillo by unanimous decision, securing the WBC, vacant The Ring, and lineal lightweight titles. This victory made Mayweather the first lineal lightweight champion since Pernell Whitaker. The judges' decision was met with boos from the pro-Castillo crowd. 
  • He displayed dominance in the first round, and there were concerns about his left shoulder, which he mentioned in his corner. While a knockdown in the second round was ruled a slip, it remained a point of contention. The referee deducted points from both fighters for infractions during the fight. Mayweather used his effective jab and elusive tactics to outbox Castillo. 
  • Despite CompuBox statistics favoring Castillo in overall punches and power shots, Mayweather's cleaner shots made a greater impact. Mayweather revealed after the fight that he had injured his left rotator cuff but chose not to use it as an excuse, emphasizing his determination to deliver a victory to the fans.
  • Subsequently, Floyd accepted an immediate rematch with Jose Luis Castillo due to their closely contested first fight. Mayweather revealed that he had torn his left rotator cuff before the initial bout, preventing him from using certain punches. Following surgery, he claimed his shoulder had fully recovered. 
  • Despite being smaller, he used his footwork, combinations, and jab to secure another unanimous decision victory over Castillo in the rematch. The fight lacked knockdowns or significant exchanges, with close scoring resulting in Mayweather winning on two scorecards 115-113, and on the other 116-113.
  • Mayweather successfully defended his WBC lightweight title in a unanimous decision against Victoriano Sosa on April 19, 2003. In his subsequent fight on November 1 of the same year against Phillip N'dou, his hometown opponent, he dominated the match, eventually knocking down N'dou in the seventh round for a stoppage victory. By the end of 2003, Floyd remained The Ring's lightweight champion and was ranked as the fifth-best pound-for-pound boxer worldwide.
  • At the age of 27, he entered the 140-pound weight class and secured a notable victory over former titlist DeMarcus "Chop Chop" Corley. During the fight, Mayweather scored two official knockdowns in the eighth and tenth rounds and earned a unanimous decision with scores of 119-107, 119-108, and 118-108. 
  • The bout was promoted as a WBC elimination contest, with the winner securing a shot at the 140-pound champion, Arturo Gatti. Corley's trainer, Don Turner, praised Mayweather's skills, describing him as a formidable fighter who seemingly lures opponents into his punches. 
  • Following the fight, Mayweather rose to the top of the USA Today pound-for-pound rankings, surpassing middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins, who held the second position.
  • Continuing his pursuit of the WBC light welterweight championship, Mayweather faced Henry Bruseles in another WBC elimination bout on January 22, 2005.
  • He showcased his superior skills throughout the first seven rounds, and in the eighth round, he knocked Bruseles down twice, prompting the fight to be stopped. With this victory, he became the mandatory challenger for Gatti's WBC light welterweight title.
  • On April 8, 2006, he emerged victorious over Zab Judah in a unanimous decision, claiming the IBF welterweight title. The fight was initially in doubt due to Judah's prior loss of multiple titles, but both camps renegotiated the contract and proceeded with the bout. Mayweather maintained composure in the face of Judah's early aggression and took control starting from the fifth round. 
  • Judah suffered a cut, and in the tenth round, he delivered an illegal low blow and a rabbit punch to Mayweather. Referee Richard Steele intervened, and a scuffle broke out involving Roger Mayweather, Judah's father, and others. After order was restored, the fight continued, and Mayweather won by unanimous decision with scores of 116-112, 117-111, and 119-109. CompuBox statistics showed Mayweather landing significantly more punches.
  • Following the fight, Roger Mayweather was fined $200,000 and suspended for a year by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for his involvement in the scuffle. The NSAC did not overturn the fight's result but ordered a rematch. However, Judah was also suspended for a year, and Mayweather vacated the IBF title. 
  • Mayweather declined an offer to fight Antonio Margarito and instead established Mayweather Promotions to control his future opponents. He considered a move to fight Cory Spinks but ultimately faced Carlos Baldomir, the WBC and The Ring welterweight champion, on November 4, 2006, in Las Vegas.
  • He faced off against Oscar De La Hoya on May 5, 2007, in a highly anticipated match. Moving up in weight to 154 pounds, Mayweather was outweighed by De La Hoya on fight night. The bout set records for pay-per-view buys, generating $120 million in revenue. 
  • Mayweather won by a split decision in 12 rounds, claiming the WBC title. Despite De La Hoya's attempts to pressure Floyd, many punches were ineffective. He dominated the later rounds and landed more punches overall.
  • Official scorecards were 116-112 and 115-113 in favor of Mayweather. After the fight, Mayweather contemplated retirement, feeling he had accomplished everything in boxing.
  • Following his bout with De La Hoya, Mayweather decided to give up his WBC light-middleweight title and retained his welterweight championship. He came out of retirement to face Ricky Hatton on December 8, 2007, in a highly anticipated match titled "Undefeated." 
  • He dominated the fight, eventually knocking Hatton out in the 10th round to retain the welterweight title. Hatton suffered a cut over his eye, slowing down his pace. Floyd declared Hatton as one of his toughest opponents and announced his retirement from boxing to focus on his promotional company, expressing interest in signing Hatton as his first client.
  • He ended his 21-month retirement to face Juan Manuel Marquez, The Ring lightweight champion, on July 18, 2009, at a catch weight of 144 lb. The fight was postponed due to Mayweather's rib injury, and it took place on September 19. 
  • Mayweather failed to meet the original weight limit but was allowed to make weight within the welterweight range. He won the bout by unanimous decision after 12 rounds in a one-sided fight. The fight generated significant revenue, with over 1 million pay-per-view households and approximately $52 million in revenue.
  • In 2009, there were reports that Manny Pacquiao and Floyd would fight each other, but the negotiations were complicated. They disagreed on issues like Olympic-style drug testing. Despite both sides agreeing to mediation, no agreement was reached, and the fight didn't happen. 
  • Both fighters went on to face other opponents. Over the years, there were occasional discussions and statements about the potential fight, but it never materialized. Mayweather cited his refusal to work with Bob Arum, Pacquiao's promoter, as the reason why the fight would never happen.
  • He announced on Twitter that he would fight Victor Ortiz on September 17, 2011. The fight took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, where Mayweather dominated with his speed and accurate punches. In the fourth round, Ortiz headbutted Mayweather, resulting in a point deduction. 
  • When the fight resumed, Ortiz hugged Floyd, and without the referee's attention, Mayweather landed a left hook followed by a right hand, knocking out Ortiz. The fight generated significant revenue, ranking as the second-highest-grossing non-heavyweight pay-per-view event ever. Mayweather has been involved in the top three non-heavyweight pay-per-view events in boxing history.
  • On May 5, 2012, Mayweather faced Miguel Cotto in a highly anticipated fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. He won by unanimous decision after 12 rounds, extending his undefeated record to 43-0. He used his movement and outboxed Cotto in the early rounds but had to fight off the ropes as Cotto applied pressure. 
  • However, Floyd's combinations and defensive skills proved effective. Cotto had some success in the middle rounds but he controlled the later rounds. CompuBox statistics showed Mayweather landing more punches and working more effectively. The fight generated $94 million in pay-per-view revenue from 1.5 million purchases, ranking it as the second-biggest non-heavyweight fight in history. Mayweather earned a record-breaking guaranteed purse of $32 million for the bout.
  • Furthermore, Floyd began serving his jail term for domestic abuse at the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas on June 1, 2012. After completing a two-month sentence, he was released from prison on August 3, 2012. In 2015, Mayweather encountered visa issues when he was denied entry to Australia for a planned tour due to his criminal record and previous jail term.
  • Mayweather later made his comeback on May 4, 2013, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, facing Robert Guerrero for the WBC interim welterweight championship. It was his first fight since his release from jail and his debut on Showtime PPV. He earned a guaranteed $32 million for the fight. 
  • He controlled the match, landing numerous punches and winning by a unanimous decision with scorecards of 117-111. The fight generated over 1 million PPV purchases. Mayweather then confirmed a bout with Saul "Canelo" Alvarez on September 14, 2013, earning a record $41.5 million. He defeated Alvarez by majority decision, outclassing him in a fight that many believed Mayweather won all twelve rounds.
  • Floyd chose to fight Marcos Maidana on May 3, 2014, despite interest in a bout with Amir Khan. Maidana was the WBA welterweight champion and a 12-to-1 underdog. He won the fight via majority decision in a tough battle, with Maidana coming out aggressively. They had a rematch on September 13, 2014, which Mayweather won by unanimous decision, better prepared for Maidana's style. The fights generated significant PPV buys and revenue. Maidana denied biting Mayweather's hand during the rematch.
  • Mayweather fought Manny Pacquiao on May 2, 2015, after years of negotiations. Mayweather controlled the pace of the fight, landing counters and dictating range with his jab. He won by unanimous decision with the scorecards in his favor. The fight was criticized for not meeting expectations, and Pacquiao revealed he had fought with an injured right arm. 
  • He initially expressed openness to a rematch, but later changed his mind, calling Pacquiao a sore loser and coward. The WBO stripped Mayweather of his welterweight championship due to holding titles in multiple weight classes and not paying a sanctioning fee.
  • Floyd announced he would defend his welterweight title against Andre Berto, which received criticism due to Berto's recent record. Mayweather dominated the fight, landing counters and controlling the pace. He won via unanimous decision. The fight drew lower buys and had a smaller crowd compared to Mayweather's previous bouts. Mayweather retired with a 49-0 record. 
  • Rumors of a Mayweather-McGregor fight emerged, and after negotiations, they confirmed the match. Floyd won via TKO in the 10th round, setting a 50-0 unbeaten record. McGregor landed more punches than His previous opponents, but Mayweather's accuracy was higher. Mayweather praised McGregor and confirmed it was his last fight. The event had significant live gate and PPV buys. He earned over $300 million, while McGregor earned around $100 million.
  • Mayweather and Pacquiao hinted at a rematch during an electronic music festival in 2018. Mayweather planned to fight in Japan before a potential rematch. A rumored rematch with Pacquiao in 2019 was mentioned. Mayweather announced a fight against kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, then denied it but eventually confirmed the exhibition match. 
  • Floyd won by TKO in the first round. The fight sparked controversy and accusations of match-fixing. He later fought Logan Paul in an exhibition bout, with no winner declared. Mayweather praised his opponent but stated he wouldn't return to professional boxing, although he didn't rule out future exhibition matches.
  • He engaged in an eight-round exhibition boxing match against his former sparring partner, Don Moore, in Abu Dhabi on 21 May 2022. Mayweather dominated the fight and even scored a knockdown on Moore in the eighth round with a body punch. Despite surviving the knockdown, Moore managed to complete all eight rounds. However, the fight ended without an official verdict or scoring.
  • He made an announcement regarding his comeback for another exhibition bout on 13 June 2022. The fight was set to take place at the Rizin event on September 25, 2022, at the Saitama Super Arena. Mayweather's opponent was revealed to be Mikuru Asakura, a Japanese mixed martial artist and YouTuber. Mayweather emerged victorious in the second round, securing a TKO (Technical Knockout) win.
  • On September 25, 2022, Mayweather revealed his upcoming match against YouTuber Deji Olatunji, who is the younger brother of KSI. The fight was scheduled to take place on November 13, 2022, at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai. He emerged triumphant, securing a technical knockout victory over Deji in the sixth round
  • In January 2023, news broke that Mayweather would engage in another exhibition bout, this time against former Bellator MMA fighter and television personality, Aaron Chalmers. This matchup arose due to his initial opponent, ONE Championship Muay Thai fighter Liam Harrison, withdrawing from the fight due to a knee injury. The highly anticipated bout unfolded on February 25, 2023, at The O2 Arena in London, England, marking his inaugural exhibition bout in the United Kingdom. The contest extended the full eight rounds, with no scoring, and concluded without an official verdict.
  • An announcement was made on April 26, 2023, revealing Mayweather's next exhibition boxing match. This time, he would be taking on John Gotti III, a professional mixed martial artist and boxer who is the grandson of John Gotti and the son of John A. Gotti, both known figures in the world of organized crime. The exhibition bout between Mayweather and Gotti III was scheduled to take place on June 11, 2023.

Entertainment career

  • Mayweather made a notable appearance at WWE's No Way Out pay-per-view event on February 17, 2008, in Las Vegas, Nevada. In a storyline, he got involved in an altercation with Big Show, attacking him to aid Rey Mysterio. 
  • On August 24, 2009, he served as the guest host for Raw in Las Vegas. He interfered in a tag-team match, causing Big Show and Chris Jericho's defeat by providing MVP with brass knuckles to knock out Jericho. This turned Mayweather into a fan-favorite character (face). Subsequently, he celebrated with MVP and Mark Henry, aligning himself with them. 
  • In addition to his boxing career, Mayweather also participated in the fifth season of Dancing with the Stars alongside his partner, Karina Smirnoff, a Ukrainian-American professional ballroom dancer. However, on October 16, 2007, they were the fourth couple to be eliminated from the competition, finishing in ninth place.
  • Furthermore, in November 2018, Mayweather and DJ Khaled reached a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a combined amount of $750,000. This settlement was related to their failure to disclose payments received from issuers of initial coin offerings (ICOs), including a $100,000 promotional payment from Centra Tech Inc., a cryptocurrency firm involved in a fraud case. 
  • The SEC highlighted that these were its first cases involving violations of rules regarding the promotion of ICO investments. As part of the settlement, Mayweather agreed to abstain from endorsing or entering into promotional agreements with securities participants for a period of three years.
  • In January 2022, Mayweather was named as a defendant in a class-action lawsuit targeting the cryptocurrency company EthereumMax. The lawsuit accused the company of being involved in a pump-and-dump scheme. Mayweather, along with other celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Paul Pierce, was alleged to have promoted the EthereumMax token on their social media platforms. 
  • However, in December 2022, the lawsuit was dismissed by Central California U.S. District Court Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald. The dismissal was based on the insufficiency of supporting evidence and the requirement for heightened pleading standards in cases involving fraud allegations.

Awards and Achievements

  • 1993 Michigan State Golden Gloves Champion, 106 Lbs
  • 1993 National Golden Gloves Champion, 106 Lbs
  • 1994 Michigan State Golden Gloves Champion, 112 Lbs
  • 1994 National Golden Gloves Champion, 112 Lbs; Outstanding Boxer Award
  • 1995 National PAL Champion, 125 Lbs; Outstanding Boxer Award
  • 1995 United States national amateur boxing featherweight champions, 125 Lbs
  • 1995 Competed at Featherweight at the World Amateur Boxing Championships
  • 1996 Michigan State Golden Gloves Champion, 125 Lbs
  • 1996 National Golden Gloves Champion, 125 Lbs
  • 1996 Qualified as a Featherweight for the United States Olympic Team
  • 1996 Atlanta Olympics Featherweight Bronze medalist
  • 1998 and 2007 International Boxing Award Fighter of the Year
  • 1998 and 2007 The Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year
  • 2002 World Boxing Hall of Fame Fighter of the Year
  • 2005 and 2007 World Boxing Council Boxer of the Year
  • 2005-08 The Ring number one pound for pound
  • 2007 Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year
  • 2007 ESPN Fighter of the Year
  • 2007 Forbes Magazine, Ranked "Number 14" Richest Celebrity Paydays
  • 2007 New York Daily News Fighter of the Year
  • 2007 World Boxing Council Event of the Year (The World Awaits)
  • 2007 World Boxing Council Knockout of the Year (against Ricky Hatton)
  • 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013 Best Fighter ESPY Award
  • 2007, 2008, and 2010 The Ring Magazine Event of the Year
  • 2008 Sports Illustrated, The 50 Highest-Earning American Athletes (ranked 4th)
  • 2008 Yahoo Sports, Ranked "Number 6" Most Powerful People in Boxing
  • 2009 The Ring Magazine Comeback of the Year
  • 2009-10 BoxRec, BBC Sport and Yahoo! Sports number one pound for pound
  • 2010 Yahoo! Sports Boxing's Most Influential (ranked 70th)
  • 2010 Forbes magazine Celebrity 100 (ranked 31st)
  • 2010 Forbes Magazine, The World's 50 Top-Earning Athletes (ranked 2nd)
  • 2010 Sports Illustrated, The 50 Highest-Earning American Athletes (ranked 3rd)
  • 2012 Forbes Magazine #1 of the world's 100 highest-paid athletes.
  • 2012 Sports Illustrated #1 Fortunes 50.
  • 2013 The Ring number one pound for pound.
  • 2013 Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year
  • 2015 Spike TV The Best Ever Award
  • 2015 Forbes, Ranked "Number One" as The World's Highest-Paid Celebrities.
  • 2015 Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year
  • 2016 Guinness World Records Most bouts undefeated by a world champion boxer in a career (49)
  • 2016 Guinness World Records Highest career pay-per-view sales for a boxer ($1.3 billion)
  • 2016 Guinness World Record Most expensive boxing championship belt ($1 Million)
  • 2018 Forbes magazine #1 of the world's 100 highest-paid entertainers
  • 2019 Forbes Magazine highest-paid athlete of the decade
  • 2010 - 2019 Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Decade
  • 2010 - 2019 World Boxing Association Boxer of the Decade
  • 2010 - 2019 Yahoo Sports Fighter of the Decade
  • 2010 - 2019 World Boxing News Fighter of the Decade

Is Floyd Mayweather Jr. Married?

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has had a colorful dating history, but he has never officially tied the knot with any of his partners. He is currently dating his beautiful girlfriend, Gallienne Nabila. He has been romantically involved with various women, including Aileen Gisselle, a glamor model; Abigail Clarke, a British reality TV contestant; Yaya, an Instagram star; Erica Dixon, a reality TV star and model. However, one of Mayweather's most significant relationships was with Josie Harris, with whom he had a long-term relationship, and three children named, Koraun Mayweather, Jirah Mayweather, and Zion Shamaree Mayweather. Unfortunately, their relationship ended on a bitter note due to Mayweather's domestic violence incident, which led to his imprisonment and a subsequent defamation lawsuit filed by Harris in 2015. Mayweather has also been linked to Melissa Brim with whom he became the father of another daughter named Iyanna who was born on May 20, 2000. He has also dated numerous girls such as Shantel Jackson, Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas, Keyshia Cole, Jessica Burciaga, Lil' Kim, Lindsay Lohan, Princess Love, Lauren Wood, Ayisha Diaz, Doralie Medina, Brit Raemarni, Nikki Mudarris, and Abbie Holborn at different times throughout his dating history. Concerning Floyd's sexual orientation, he is straight.

How much money is Mayweather Jr worth?

Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s net worth stands at $450 million as of 2023, and he earns an impressive annual salary of over $37 million. In addition to his successful boxing career, Mayweather has also ventured into brand endorsements. In 2009, he appeared in a TV commercial for AT&T. While he endorsed various brands like Nike, he encountered a setback with Reebok when he canceled his deal after purchasing Nike shoes and sharing pictures of them on social media. Mayweather's boxing career remains his primary source of income, and he owns the Mayweather Boxing Club, a renowned boxing gym located in Chinatown Plaza, Las Vegas, Nevada. Moreover, he has diversified his interests by owning a team in the NASCAR Cup Series called The Money Team Racing. Mayweather currently resides in an impressive 22,000-square-foot custom-built mansion in Las Vegas, Nevada, featuring five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. measurements: Height, weight, and size

Floyd Mayweather Jr., standing at a height of 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) and weighing 72 kg or 158.5 lbs, possesses a handsome appearance. He has black hair and captivating dark brown eyes. Noteworthy features include his tendency to refer to himself in the third person, his remarkable unbeaten match record, and his involvement in criminal controversies. Mayweather's physique is characterized by an athletic body build. In terms of measurements, he has a bust size of 40 in / 102 cm, a waist size of 31 in / 79 cm, and biceps measuring 14 in / 37 cm.

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