Floyd Mayweather Wants Gennady Golovkin



Floyd Mayweather Wants Gennady Golovkin

“He wants to fight the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world and now I hear is running away from a few snakes and spiders. Please! He needs to get real and stick with TV!”

–Ring maestro Floyd Mayweather, on the utterly clueless “I'm A Celeb” star Amir Khan


Apparently, Canelo Alvarez struck Amir Con, eh, Khan…so hard he didn't remember if a woman had ever been a Prime Minister before. He is, however, in the jungle, and does remember a terrifying phobia of snakes.

Beyond not forgetting how to be a sexist while pissing off a lot of people on the show, Khan has not forgotten how to complain and whine about not getting to fight Mayweather– who took the bait.

TBE aka “Money” (who dropped the above remarks while sporting a very brave ‘I'm rich and you're not' uber-chic equestrian club look complete with bag), did throw shade at Khan, but they really opened up the blinds on middleweight boss Gennady “GGG” Golovkin.

Listen, Floyd wants to fight Triple G. Real shit.

Mayweather is as shrewd as Michael Jordan and as calculated as Kobe Bryant. Take a look at the latest RING magazine ratings. What Mayweather is really saying is, “If you think he's #1, then I'm still the best in the world and won't mind proving it.” Golovkin would fight Floyd at the mall tomorrow– or inside of T-Mobile Arena in May.

Retired my ass.

Senior correspondent for NY Fights and author of upcoming book, "The Fist Club." Conscious indie recording artist "T@z" and humanist advocate for the Green Party.