Floyd Mayweather Opens Up On Domestic Violences Rumors
Floyd Mayweather has finally opened up about his relationship with women, and the incident which led the undefeated fighter to serve a jail sentence in 2012.
In an interview with Sister 2 Sister magazine, Mayweather spoke to him about domestic abuse, and his relationships with women.
Speaking about the incident himself that landed him in jail, he said.
Floyd: So what have you heard about me? What do they say about me?
Jamie: Oh, honey, when I said I was going to do Floyd Mayweather, they said, “He beats them women up,” and “He doesn’t care about women,” and all that. I think I heard that about you before I heard about how great you are.
Floyd: Okay, I just want to say, what I do for a living, I’m in a contact sport, right? And if they say someone had bodily harm done to ’em, since I’m already a fighter, before even giving me a chance, they’re going to say, “He’s guilty.” Now, restraining a woman that’s on drugs and alcohol, have I ever done that? Yes, from going crazy.
Jamie: When you say restraining, do you mean pushing them?
Floyd: No, holding them.
Jamie: Holding them back.
No one was there during the altercation, and although Mayweather pled guilty it seems safe to say his outside persona doesn’t match his demeanor behind closed doors.
His next fight will be May 3, 2014 against either Amir Khan or Manny Pacquiao.
You can find the full interview in Sister 2 Sister Magazine’s December issue on newstands now.