Terrell Gausha knocked out Cesar Vila in the 8th round of a bout at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California on Thursday night. The KO was an absolute beauty as Gausha landed four consecutive headshots through Vila’s gloves and provided a pretty wonderful knockout face. Gausha, a 27-year old out of Cleveland remains undefeated at 13-0 while Vila dropped the second fight of his career.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has a reputation of going to the extreme, from his million dollar sports wagers, to buying his son a Bentley golf cart for his 15th birthday. TMT know how to go big. Well, when is comes twerking parties, Mayweather does it better than anyone else, enjoying ten barely-clad women twerking in front of his face. Whether or not he paid money for this present is unknown.
This incident took place in a match between Vido Loncar and Algirdas Baniulis at the European Youth Boxing Championships in Zagreb, Croatia. Watch as the referee was about to announce that Loncar lost the fight, when the losing boxer goes after him in a fit of rage. Luckily Baniulis ran out of the ring, and Loncar was pulled away relatively quickly, and the official was ultimately helped up to his feet. Here is another angle:
[Display image via Guardian. h/t TheBigLead]
Gennaday Golovkin took on Marco Antonio Rubio on Saturday at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Unless you’re a avid boxing fan, I’m sure you didn’t see it. And unless you were there, you probably missed this fight in the stands where two meatheads agreed to take it to a flat surface to throw down. The fight ends with two of the tough guys getting arrested.
As for the guy in the bowling pin shirt from the start of the video? He vanished into the night.
Meanwhile, in the ring, Golovkin defended his WBA and IBO belts with a second round knockout. Golovskin is now 31-0 in his career.
Floyd Mayweather is the most recognizable boxer in a fading sport, and he’s wealthy beyond belief. Also, he’s an egotistical clown who, when confronted with a person who isn’t aware of his existence, can’t stop telling them how rich and famous he is.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has never been shy about flaunting his wealth, and given he topped the Forbes list of sport’s highest-paid athletes, he has the cash to back it up.
His latest Instagram post comes with the text “Help me out with a caption.”
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