Published: Thu, July 11, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Floyd Mayweather Dropped By Ankle-Breaking Crossover In Basketball Game

Floyd Mayweather Dropped By Ankle-Breaking Crossover In Basketball Game

It may not have been in a boxing ring, but Floyd Mayweather has finally been dropped.

Floyd Mayweather was a viral punchline after being the latest victim of streetballer Larry "Bone Collector" Williams in a charity basketball game.

Mayweather laughed it off as he rose to his feet, however, as did his fans. With the scores tied at 0-0, Mayweather tried to mark Williams just outside the three-point line.

Fif went to Twitter Tuesday to flame Mayweather about catching a huge on-court L.

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The Monster Energy $50k Charity Challenge raised awareness for teenage cancer. The Money Man took it in good spirits, though, and was seen laughing as he got back to his feet. Bone Collector was showing off his skillset, and Mayweather was able to hang for a while. In classic "Money Mayweather" fashion, Floyd said, "my bank account won't change". Mayweather and Gronkowski were joined by a selection of other athletes, entertainers and celebrities.

Since knocking out Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in an unofficial bout on December 31 a year ago, Mayweather has been out of the ring, but has hinted at a return for another exhibition fight in Japan this month.

And 31 December 2018 as part of the show Rizin at the "Saitama Super Arena" in Tokyo Mayweather in the first round knockout 20-year-old Japanese Tenshin Nasukawa, who is a kickboxing and mixed martial arts.

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