Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. May Bring Back Lil Wayne for Hip-Hop Ring Entrance
Before we get to see the refined talents of Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Saul "Canelo" Alvarez this Saturday, we can expect the usual sensationalized spectacle.
After the undercard fighters compete and the celebrities take their seats, Mayweather will walk to the ring amid fanfare and some popular musical stylings. While we can't say how the fight will end or who will leave the ring triumphantly, we can make an educated guess that Lil Wayne will be by his buddy's side before the bout.
The 36-year-old boxer was on the Sirius/XM air with DJ Whoo Kid recently and spoke a little bit about his relationship with 50 Cent. He was also asked how he planned on entering the ring for his big title bout. While he didn't confirm anything, he did offer, "We don't know who's going to bring Floyd Mayweather out, but most likely Lil Wayne, baby."
He continued with praise for his pal. "Right now Lil Wayne is holding the torch in the rap game." You can hear the interview below, which does contain some NSFW language.
The video is below and contains NSFW language.
Many will remember that Lil Wayne was there on May 5 when Mayweather took down Robert Guerrero, performing "No Worries" as the two made their way to the ring.
It's hard to call anything or anyone a good luck charm at this point in "Money May's" career—the man has a perfect record for a reason. Still, things went smoothly for him back in May, and he may just want to keep the good vibes going on Saturday when he fights Alvarez, who is 42-0-1.
While the rest of us plunk down wads of cash to watch the fight, it seems Lil Wayne may just have the best seat in the house.
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