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Video of Floyd Mayweather Dancing ‘Wildly’ at Private Billionaires’ Party Leaked

Published 01/17/2023, 7:15 AM EST

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There is a video of Floyd Mayweather Jr. reportedly getting irritated when his trainer Gerald Tucker began taping his moves to some Arabic music. The former champion was at the time in Dubai to face British YouTuber Deji Olatunji. Even during the fight, “The Money” entertained everyone as he danced to an Ace Hood – Lil Wayne number inside the ring!

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That “The Money” loves dancing is a fairly known thing. Post his victory over “The Golden Boy” Oscar De La Hoya on May 5, 2007, he joined the reality show Dancing With Stars during their fifth season, beginning September 24. Paired with professional dancer Karina Smirnoff, he stayed on the show till October 16, when they became the fourth couple to get eliminated. Overall, they stood ninth in the competition.

Now a new video clip of Floyd Mayweather Jr. is fast catching up in views and might even reach the million mark.


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Floyd Mayweather Jr. dancing out of joie de vivre

Shared by Inside Fighting, the two-week-old clip that barely lasts for ten seconds shows the former world champion in a black dress adorned with jewelry and a luxury watch.

It seems that he’s aboard a yacht at the Dubai Marina, celebrating New Year’s Eve with friends. He could be seen swinging effortlessly and, of course, with a big smile. He was indeed in his element, enjoying every moment of it.


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For a man who reportedly lives in a 22,000-square-foot mansion in Las Vegas, it’s been a long and highly rewarding journey after all.

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Floyd Mayweather’s work hard, play hard ethics


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The Atlanta Olympics bronze medalist commenced his professional career on October 11, 1996. By the second year, he won the WBC super featherweight title. Moving up four divisions through the years, ‘The Best Ever’ defended and snatched titles from big names such as Zab Judah, Oscar De la Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Canelo Alvarez, and Manny Pacquiao.

The best defensive boxer in the sport’s history, Mayweather Jr.’s discipline and focus inside the gym are well known. His former opponent and later sparring partner Zab Judah once told Vlad TV, “The way he works is different. He put a work ethic on top of being talented. I had a chance to work with him for the Pacquiao fight and got to see how he trained… He outworked everybody.”

No wonder the living legend, who will turn forty-six by next month, believes in good old hard work and living life to the fullest. Indeed, he enjoys every bit of downtime between a hectic schedule.


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Written by:

Jaideep R Unnithan


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After completing 18 years in the corporate sector, Jaideep decided to make a move out of the comfort zone and follow his heart's calling to becoming a writer. His understanding of Boxing began with Iron Mike's debut as an 18 year old in 1985. Like anyone and everyone else, he holds Muhammad Ali as the greatest, though his personal favorite remains the 'PacMan' Manny Pacquiao for his speed and sheer toughness.
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Shibu Immanuel