Mayweather Claims His Domestic Abuse History Is Just "Hearsay"

by
Lillian Boyd
As both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao prepare for the ultimate fight this evening, a string of domestic abuse evidence and allegations resurface.

A string of domestic and physical abuse allegations against Floyd Mayweather are surfacing just in time for the Mayweather v. Manny Pacquiao boxing match tonight. 

According to Mic, six women have come forward alleging abuse. Mayweather faced jail time for beating the mother of his three children (one of them had called 911) who had serious bruising and a concussion. 

"It's just hearsay and allegations," Mayweather insists. 

The statement Mayweather's son made about the abuse incident was particularly disturbing. 

Kouran Mayweather Statement

In addition to Mayweather's abusive patterns and habit of denial, he's spoken out against his opponent Pacquiao using racist verbiage in 2010.

"Once I stomp the midget, I'll make the m*** making me a sushi roll and cook me some rice."

Following Rachel Nichols' interview with Mayweather, she learned her reporting credentials were revoked for the match. 

Huffington Post reported that journalist Martin Rogers, who wrote a lengthy piece on Mayweather's abuse, has also been denied press credentials. 

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