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Floyd Mayweather Claims ‘Tough Guy’ Dana White Used To Carry His Bags

The back and forth between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor has now evolved into a back and forth between Floyd and UFC president Dana White. Many are wondering whether this is a sign a fight between the boxing legend and UFC superstar could actually happen, and at the moment that’s unclear. While Floyd and White have put offers on the table, it still seems like the two are miles apart from any kind of agreement. The general trash talking tone taken by both in outlets like TMZ Sports doesn’t help either.

But while promoting his boxer Baduo Jack in his fight against James DeGale (which ended in an unsatisfying majority draw), Mayweather took a more reasoned tone regarding the negotiations. Well … reasoned for Floyd Mayweather.

“The last time I made $25 million … actually I made more, but the last time I made $25 million was 10 years ago,” Mayweather said in response to White’s even offer of $25 million for each fighter. “I’m not bragging or boasting I’m just telling the truth. I’m appreciative and thankful, $25 million is still great money. But for the last, I don’t know how many years, my guaranteed lowest was like, 32, a little bit over 32.

“Sponsorship money leading up to the Pacquiao fight, that week I made $25 to $30 million. So these are my numbers. They can say, ‘Floyd’s lying’ all they want to. If I was so desperate and hurting for money I would come back.”

And then from there, things got a little personal on Mayweather’s part.

“I don’t want to talk to Dana White. Remember, Dana White, he was a player, he was a boss. But he was a small boss. The big bosses were the Fertittas. But then the Fertittas chose to sell the UFC, so Dana is just an employee now. Dana White? I like Dana White, I don’t have anything against him. But I can remember Dana White used to hang around me and Jeff Mayweather and carry my bags.

“And remember Dana White, I showed you love. You had the little Bullenbeisser patch I wore on my trunks for you, Dana. I’ve always been good to you. But then all of the sudden he cut his head bald and he’s such a tough guy. He’s such a tough guy.”

Bullenbeiser Boxing was an equipment and apparel company run by White back before his UFC days, and Floyd did indeed rep the company for a few years earlier on in his career. Whether White actually used to carry Mayweather’s bags is less certain, but hey … it’s close enough to the truth for it to work as an insult. Although with White having just been paid out over $350 million from the recent UFC sale to WME-IMG, I doubt the attack stung too much. Both men can go home and cry on their big beds of money should negotiations get too tough. So long as those hurt feelings don’t derail even the slightest of possibilities that a Mayweather versus McGregor fight could actually happen.

(via MMA Fighting)



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