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Floyd Joy Mayweather Jr. a former boxer who now works as a boxing promoter in America. Right now, he is the owner of The Money Team Racing, a NASCAR Cup Series team. Between 1996 and 2017, he fought as a professional boxer, finishing his career with a perfect record and 15 major world titles ranging from super featherweight to light middleweight. The single linear championship in four weight classes and the Ring magazine championship in five weight divisions are included (twice at welterweight). He had amateur boxing success by winning three U.S. Golden Gloves titles (at light flyweight, flyweight, and featherweight), the national featherweight title, and a bronze medal in the featherweight event in the 1996 Olympics.
In 1993: Mayweather won Golden Gloves national championships and had an aspiring record of 84 victories and 8 defeats.
In 1996: Mayweather competed in the featherweight (57 kg) event at the Olympics in Atlanta, where he advanced to the semifinals and earned a bronze medal.
In 1998: He ranked eighth among the world's top boxers pound-for-pound according to The Ring.
In 2005: Mayweather defeated Henry Bruseles in the first seven rounds of their WBC elimination match.
In 2022: During an Abu Dhabi boxing event, Mayweather fought former sparring partner Don Moore in an eight round exhibition.
Achievements and Awards:
In 2007: Mayweather got the Fighter of the Year award by The Ring.
In 2010: He got the title Fighter of the Decade.
In 2015: He received the BWAA Fighter of the Year award.
On February 17, 2008, Floyd Mayweather made his WWE debut, attacking Big Show to help Rey Mysterio in No Way Out, a pay-per-view event in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Throughout his career, Floyd Mayweather was accused of spousal violence. He was accused of malicious wounding and two charges of domestic violence in 2002.
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