Floyd Mayweather: 11 Things He'll Do After Getting out of Jail
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Floyd Mayweather is released on Aug. 3 after serving two months behind bars, now what?
With Mayweather's business partner, 50 Cent, making major power moves with their new promotional company, TMT (The Money Team), and the world anticipating his return to the ring, a lot could happen.
Speculation will run rampant as everyone, both fans and media, await his next move.
Here are 11 ideas as to what type of events we can expect to unfold.
Have a Little Alone Time with Miss Jackson
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After being away from his fiance for two months, I'm sure he's going to have quite a vacation with her to make up for lost time.
Re-Team with Roger
Roger Mayweather and Floyd Mayweather
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Roger Mayweather's services will be of greater need than ever to help a 35-year-old Floyd Mayweather get back in shape following his sentence, especially if he fights again this year.
Hold a Press Conference
50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather
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Floyd Mayweather could definitely use a press conference in order to address his fighting career as well as what TMT means for the world of boxing.
Negotiate a 2013 Fight with Manny Pacquiao
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With Mayweather turning 36 in February and Manny Pacquiao turning 34 this December, a super fight between the two has reached its critical point.
Now that Mayweather has his own powerhouse promo company in TMT, expect him to approach Pacquiao's handlers directly rather than go through a third party such as Golden Boy.
Organize the Return of Yuriorkis Gamboa
Floyd Mayweather, 50 Cent and Yuriorkis Gamboa
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Yuriorkis Gamboa (21-0, 16 KO) was one of Mayweather's earliest hot commodities. Now that Gamboa is officially apart of TMT, he needs to make his return.
Gamboa's dominated the featherweight division and was almost in a deal to face undefeated lightweight Brandon Rios (30-0-1, 22 KO) before he left Top Rank.
Maybe Gamboa could come back to the featherweight division for a match against the likes of WBO king Orlando Salido (39-11-2, 27 KO), or Gamboa could enter the lightweight realm to rule another division.
Organize the Return of Andre Dirrell
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Andre Dirrell (20-1, 14 KO) is another new member of TMT who hasn't fought in a long time. He'll need a good return to impress the boxing fans and show he can bring the heat.
Dirrell's last match ended in a second-round knockout victory last December, and he'll need a few victories of that manner to restore the high expectations built up for him during his days as a part of the Super Six.
Once Dirrell is back in the swing of things, the super middleweight division will present worthy contenders with star power such as Carl Froch (29-2, 21 KO) and Mikkel Kessler (45-2, 34 KO).
Plot Billy Dib's Next Move
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Billy Dib (35-1, 21 KO) is a talented IBF featherweight world champion with three defenses under his belt so far. Because of the popular fighters at featherweight, it's likely Mayweather will keep him there.
Dib signing to Mayweather's TMT will bring Dib exposure and help him become an attraction, but facing Mexican champs such as Orlando Salido (39-11-2, 27 KO) and Jhonny Gonzalez (52-7, 45 KO) can't hurt.
Discuss Zab Judah's IBF Title Shot
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Zab Judah (42-7, 29 KO) has signed with Mayweather's TMT, and the biggest move being discussed for Judah is who will be his opponent for his next title shot.
Judah is an experienced big-name fighter with past championship wins in two weight classes. Now, it's time for Judah to cap off his legacy in the next coming years with another good title run.
TMT is licensed to promote in New York where Judah's draw is at its most powerful. Should Judah land the right exciting opponent for his next world championship title shot, he could headline a lucrative card.
Organize Andre Berto's Return
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Andre Berto (28-1, 22 KO) recently joining forces with TMT could mean a high-profile comeback for the welterweight former champion after setbacks, including a shoulder injury and positive test results.
Where Berto could go from here is unknown. A rematch with Ortiz to avenge his lone loss once he fully recovers could be a logical next step. Berto's youth and strength give many options for an exciting future.
Watch Saul Alvarez vs. Josesito Lopez
Saul "Canelo" Alvarez
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Twenty-one-year-old WBC junior middleweight Saul Alvarez (40-0-1, 29 KO) is Mexico's newest big sensation and could be Mayweather's next opponent.
When Alvarez takes on Josesito Lopez (30-4, 18 KO) this September 15th, Mayweather will definitely have his eyes on how well the red-headed kid is doing.
Eat Real Food
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Mayweather complained about the quality of food he had to eat while behind bars. Now that he's free again, expect a tweet from the Mayweather dinner table of a mouth-watering plate of deliciousness.
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