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Floyd Mayweather Has Lost $50 Million Gambling Since 2017

Is Mayweather fighting in debt?

It Has Been Revealed That Since 2017 Floyd Mayweather Has Lost $50 Million Gambling.

Boxing fans all over the world were beside themselves over the weekend when Floyd Mayweather posted a video of him and Manny Pacquiao in Vegas stating that they were going to rematch in the near future, but many were left wondering as to why Mayweather even needed to after the lucrative bout with Conor Mcgregor last year.

Well, the truth has been revealed. It turns out that cashing at least $100 million from the Mcgregor fight –  and probably another $225 million – that he is out of money again. He bought a watch for $17 million and a house for $23 and it looks like he is addicted to gambling on top of that. So it is no surprise that he needs to come out of retirement to earn some money. Maybe to gamble it all away again, who knows?

The reason we know all this is because of the tweet:

He needs to let that gambling go – he’s a bit heavy on that gambling. He’s always talking about doing it and then not doing it. I don’t really care.

You don’t really see many winners in those types of places. I certainly know he has a big-time gambling problem, from seeing him.

He gambles on half-times and things like that. He shows what his wins are, never shows what the losses are. Maybe that’s why he’s in the position he’s in and he had to take this fight.

I’m focused on the fight, not gambling.

Well despite that Conor still did not manage to beat him but at least he made around $75 million, there is always a silver lining somewhere. The story adds up too because why would Mayweather put his undefeated record on the line again if he didn’t need the money, especially against the one guy who actually almost beat him. Why do all of this unless you need the money?

For more on Floyd Mayweather, check him out dissing 50 Cent again, and wanting to pay people to do it, no wonder he is running out of money.

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