Floyd Mayweather 'Makes It Rain' $50,000 on Atlanta Strip Club

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Floyd Mayweather 'Makes It Rain' $50,000 on Atlanta Strip Club
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Floyd "Moeny" Mayweather flaunted his wealth on Wednesday night by showering strippers at Diamonds of Atlanta strip club with $50,000 by "making it rain." (per TMZ.com)

Mayweather was with R&B singer Ray J among others, when they took over the strip club and let the money flow all night according to the report.

Known for his extravagant lifestyle, Mayweather has been known to "make it rain" on several occasions in the past.

Mayweather caused controversy before at an Atlanta strip club, when a photo surfaced of Mayweather burning a hundred dollar bill in one in 2011.

Since his release from jail on August 3, Mayweather has been doing everything, but discussing his future in boxing. He has done everything from attending a movie premiere to getting into getting into a "verbal altercation" at the home of one of his children's' mothers house (per Las Vegas Review-Journal).

It is now going on two months since Mayweather was freed from the Clark County Detention Center and it is about time Mayweather (43-0, 26 KOs) put his mind back on his money maker, boxing.

Letting too much time go by before he rededicates himself to the sport that has given him the means to live the lifestyle he has is not a smart decision on Mayweather's part.

With a slew of big fights that could be made at the moment, Mayweather would be smart to get back in the gym and officially announce his plans in the ring sometime in the very near future.

If "Money" does not focus on his career soon the time away from the sport could very well hurt the five-division champ.

Now 35 years old, Mayweather is not getting any younger and the longer the layoff at this point, the harder it will be for "Money" to return to the elite level he is accustom to in the ring.

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