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Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Justin Bieber Hit the Spa for Massages and Pedicures

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Dan CarsonTrending Lead WriterMay 2, 2014

Oh, nothing—just a couple of guys getting pedicures before the big throwdown. 

Floyd Mayweather Jr. isn’t one to stress out before a fight, so it stands to reason he’d head to the spa before his bout with Marcos Maidana on Saturday. That’s called “tapering.” 

Indeed, Mayweather headed to a spa in the early hours of Friday morning for a bit of hardcore relaxation, bringing along pop star Justin Bieber for company.

Bieber posted video (h/t Nina Mandell of For The Win) to Instagram of the two men receiving pedicures and massages—living “the good life,” as Mayweather puts it.

“Pedicure, massage—we make it do what it do,” Mayweather says in the video.

Bieber seems confused in the video (as he’s wont to do) and stares at the camera. Perhaps the young pop star is still trying to figure out why Mayweather continues to include him in his pre-fight rituals.

According to TMZ, the five-division world champion will include Bieber in his entourage for his fight against Maidana (as he’s done in the past). The two are mutual admirers, and Bieber seems to have solidified his spot in The Money Team.

So, if you were looking forward to a Bieber-free bout on Saturday, you should probably lean back and put some cucumbers over your eyes.

Relaxation is key, even if it is impossible around certain pop icons.

 

Goosfraba…goosfraba…

 

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