Ronda Rousey could learn a thing or two about stand-up fighting game, and who is better to learn from than Floyd Mayweather. Floyd Mayweather Jr. was known for his flawless boxing as much as his ego, both of which contributed to his undefeated reign in his 20 years career.
A reporter caught up with Floyd Mayweather Jr, who was leaving Pristine Jewelers in New York City, and asked him if he could possibly work with Ronda Rousey to improve her weak stand-up game.
He responded that he would work with her if she was willing to work with him, and that he didn’t have any issues with anyone, so it’s a possibility.
Ronda and Floyd had a long drawn spat in 2016 that started after Mayweather said he didn’t know who Ronda Rousey was. Well, according to Mayweather, its water under the bridge, and they could definitely work together.
Mayweather was also quizzed on what he got from Pristine Jewelers. He stated that they (Pristine Jewelers) are the best, before going on to say that he spent about $225k on his nephew and the rest of his family.
Mayweather cheekily added that he’s retired but still has the great lifestyle because he made great investments. He stated that the key is to make smart investments, shouldn’t just think about today, but tomorrow!
Mayweather also gave some financial tips on how and what to invest in, in order to become a billionaire.
The former boxer recommended real estate, stating that his portfolio in real estate was $1.2 billion. He then went on to give some sage business advice. He said that we should surround ourself with a smart team, have patience, and have just the right amount of trust.
Great advice from Mayweather, maybe we should all get into boxing first.