Floyd Mayweather jr. is walking out to fight Logan Paul on the 6th of June. The fight is billed as “bragging rights” and is scheduled at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Ahead of the fight let’s have a look at Mayweather’s walkout songs which he used in his past few matches.
He had also used the song when he fought Pacquiao in 2015. Mayweather finally got to fight Pacquiao after years of aiming to put up a fight between them. The undefeated American champion finally went on against the vibrant Filipino eight-division world champion to determine who the better fighter was for once and all.
This unforgettable event is still known as the “Fight of the Century” and the “Battle for Greatness.
Floyd Money Mayweather
Money fought against then WBA interim champion Andre Berto in 2015, where he used this song sung by Dizzy Wright.
The Money Team Anthem
Mayweather used this song when he fought Maidana for the second time in 2014. The song was produced by DJ Jay Bling.
Certainly, “Money” underestimated the Argentinian and assumed that he wasn’t actually in his league. Mayweather probably still regrets that. Because he made his life more difficult than it had to be. He went slow initially to give Maidana a hot start, which later compelled Mayweather to dig himself out of a hole the rest of the fight.
Lil Wayne “believe me”
In this match against Canelo, Lil Wayne and Justin Bieber walked out with the Money. Wayne performed his song “Believe Me” for Floyd’s entrance.
It was one of the greatest boxing fights in the sport’s history. MGM Grand Garden Arena was sold out and the fight crashed the box office as one of the highest-grossing PPV events ever recorded.
Mayweather called Lil Wayne for the first time to sing the song while walking out to challenge Robert Guerrero in 2013.
Do ya Thing
For his fight against Miguel Coto, “Money” entered the ring with P$C ‘s song Do Ya Thing. It was back in 2012 when Mayweather fought Cotto
Floyd Mayweather takes on Logan Paul in an exhibition bout next and there is no doubt that Mayweather will pull out yet another stunning entrance for this fight.
What are your favorite walkouts of Floyd Mayweather from his boxing career?