Floyd Mayweather Jr. is still gearing up for “The Money Fight” against UFC champ Conor McGregor, but the undefeated boxer may already feel like a winner. Although the fight isn’t until Saturday night, Mayweather is already carrying one million dollars on his wrist, in the form of a watch made for him by Swiss luxury watch brand Hublot. The second-time partner of Mayweather previously gifted him a watch for his big fight against Manny Pacquiao, but are claiming that his new timepiece is like nothing you’ve seen before.“Once again, we have the great honor to partner with a true living legend, Floyd Mayweather,” Hublot CEO Ricardo Guadalupe said in a statement received by Yahoo Style. “In line with Hublot’s ‘First, Different, Unique’ brand ethos, Mayweather previously never had a brand adorn his boxing shorts until our ‘knockout’ partnership in 2015. We look forward to the match this weekend and hope for a repeat performance of 2015, cementing his undefeated record!”The brand is showing their support for Mayweather by having him wear their name across his waistband in the ring. As for outside of the match, the one-of-a-kind “Big Bang” watch will be the boxer’s timeless reminder of the event.Mayweather isn’t the only person to receive a custom-made 6-figure watch, however. From the likes of Eric Clapton, to Jay-Z, take a look at the other million dollar clocks that people are rocking on their wrists.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
Boxing fans are waiting with bated breath for one of the most hyped fights in history, “the Money Fight.” This Saturday, undefeated 11-time, five-division professional boxing world champion Floyd Mayweather is going glove to glove with two-division mixed martial arts world champion and current UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor. But today, we’re talking about a different matchup between these fierce foes: Knockout Style. In this episode, Mayweather and McGregor duke it out over their press conference pizzazz, ringside style, and designer duds. ...
My note this morning was ‘Wake up gorgeous!’” UFC champion Ronda Rousey says. “And sometimes it’s ‘Get up champ!’ So the first thing I see in the morning is a motivating compliment.” There’s no doubt that the boxer is strong, physically, but she also understands the strength that comes with exercising her mental muscle—it’s those positive meditations, beliefs and actions that help carry Rousey, 28, through. “My mantra? ‘No one has the right to beat me.’ It’s not something that I repeat.
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