Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Juan Manuel Marquez round-by-round highlights

The crowd at the MGM Grand arena didn't waste any time leaving, with most getting out even before the decision was officially announced. They had come to cheer Juan Manuel Marquez, and the few who were still there when Floyd Mayweather Jr. left the ring sent him on his way with a chorus of boos.

That comes with playing the role of a villain in boxing, a role Mayweather plays well. Making it rain in strip clubs one night, giving a dominating performance in the ring the next, it all comes with the territory.

He returned from a brief retirement Saturday night to give an undersized Marquez a beating and, although the crowd might not have appreciated the messenger, they surely appreciated the message. Hate him all you want, but Mayweather is a singularly talented boxer, the kind of fighter who makes the sweet science seem even sweeter.

A 21-month layoff wasn't going to change that, something that soon became apparent to even the Marquez faithful, who had to know by the third round or so that this was a mismatch of both size and skill. Marquez did everything he could — including drinking his own urine in training — to beat a bigger man at his own game, but this was always going to be a long night.Now see, this is some real NIGGA mess right here! Note to rappers: If you can’t afford to throw REAL hundred dollar bills, how about throwing ones instead?

A photographer was almost arrested at a gas station this morning after trying to pay for gas with one of the counterfeit $100 bills that boxer Floyd Mayweather tossed in the air at Club PURE last night.

According to the photographer (and several others in attendance) Mayweather’s “boys” were handing him the stacks of hundreds.

There is speculation that one of his “boys” switched out the real hundreds for the counterfeit hundreds and kept the real cash for himself. I would be inclined to believe that maybe Floyd didn’t know what his boys were doing, except that this has happened before!

Some club patrons in Las Vegas also complained about Mayweather tossing counterfeit bills earlier this year. We’re not talking fake bills of the copy machine variety - we’re talking print shop quality counterfeit bills.

This BS could have jeopardized the photographer’s chances for a good job later on if the gas station owner called the police on him. So BEWARE if you catch a hundred dollar bill in the clubs - it just might be fake!

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