Floyd Mayweather Verbally KOs Dana White, Calls Him a ‘Small Boss’ and Used to Carry Floyd’s Bags

In this week’s edition of The Retired Boxer vs. The Lying Promoter, Floyd Mayweather is scoffing at Dana White’s offer of $25 million to fight Conor McGregor.

Speaking to Fight Hype:

“The last time I made $25 million … actually I made more, but the last time I made $25 million was 10 years ago. I’m not bragging or boasting I’m just telling the truth. I’m appreciative and thankful, $25 million is still great money. But for the last, I don’t know how many years, my guaranteed lowest was like, 32, a little bit over 32.

“Sponsorship money leading up to the Pacquiao fight, that week I made $25 to $30 million. So these are my numbers. They can say, ‘Floyd’s lying’ all they want to. If I was so desperate and hurting for money I would come back.”

You see, Dana thinks he’s still dealing with MMA fighters. Those guys would hear “$25 million” and cut off their left leg for that kind of money. Hell, they’d hear “$250,000” and cut off a foot.

If that was a quick jab, Floyd quickly followed up with his trademark straight right.

“I don’t want to talk to Dana White. Remember, Dana White, he was a player, he was a boss. But he was a small boss. The big bosses were the Fertittas. But then the Fertittas chose to sell the UFC, so Dana is just an employee now. Dana White? I like Dana White, I don’t have anything against him. But I can remember Dana White used to hang around me and Jeff Mayweather and carry my bags.

“And remember Dana White, I showed you love. You had the little Bullenbeisser patch I wore on my trunks for you, Dana. I’ve always been good to you. But then all of the sudden he cut his head bald and he’s such a tough guy. He’s such a tough guy.”

Ouch. The truth hurts, and Floyd isn’t wrong.

Stay tuned next week when Dana fires back with some comment about Floyd being washed up.

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