Fans Believe Floyd Mayweather Is Getting Tamed by an Orangutan, Not the Other War Around

Published 11/21/2022, 8:00 AM EST

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Following his recent victory over YouTuber Deji, Floyd Mayweather took a walk with an orangutan in Dubai. Mayweather, 45, just had his fifth exhibition fight since he retired in 2017. After Deji, Mayweather now has the plan to return to the UK in 2023 and participate in yet another blockbuster exhibition fight. While many harshly criticized his recent event with Deji, Mayweather looked to enjoy and have the time of his life.

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In the brief clip that ‘Money’ posted through his Instagram account, the former champion of the world is seen walking alongside a friendly orangutan hand in hand. Mayweather does not have plans to fight before 2023. In this present year, Mayweather fought three exhibition bouts. He started the year with a fight against his former sparring partner Don Moore.

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After Don Moore, Mayweather fought Mikuru Asakura in Japan. After a little more than a month, Mayweather stepped inside the ring with the young but inexperienced Deji. Although Mayweather suffered a bruise down one eye, he out-skilled Deji by a long margin. After Mayweather uploaded the brief clip of him and the orangutan walking alongside, fans reacted heavily to it.

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While Mayweather claimed to have tamed the orangutan, fans argued it was the orangutan that tamed him. Here is what they said.

An orangutan that tamed Floyd Mayweather in Dubai

Mayweather took to Instagram and captioned the post by saying, “When you are the king of the jungle, you can tame all animals.” Fans seem to have disagreed with ‘TBE’. According to them, it was the orangutan that controlled ‘Money’.

One user commented, “Bro said “nah you come with me”.

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Similarly, another said, “Dawg he stood up like “GRAB MY HAND.”

 

On the other hand, one threw a pinch of salt, saying, “I wonder who can read a book better”.

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Confused, another fan wrote, “Wait who’s walking who?”

Likewise, one added by saying, “Bro tamin you.”

Finally, one said, “Mayweather said sit down, but bro said NO come with me.”

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Samrat Sardar

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Samrat Sardar is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports and is currently a final year undergraduate student of English literature. A passionate content creator, he has been writing since his high school days, and possesses work experience as a commercial writer for companies such as WordsKraft among others. Samrat believes he fell in love with boxing the day he watched Vasiliy Lomachenko share the ring with Guillermo Rigondeaux.
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