Floyd Mayweather cancelled his plans to start training for Miguel Cotto's fight in 2012 at 3am, according to 50 Cent

FLOYD MAYWEATHER cancelled his plans to start training for his fight against Miguel Cotto at 3am, as his ex-friend 50 Cent said.SunSport revealed..

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FLOYD MAYWEATHER cancelled his plans to start training for his fight against Miguel Cotto at 3am, as his ex-friend 50 Cent said.

SunSport revealed Mayweather’s unconventional training methods. This included drinking BEFORE going to the gym.



Floyd Mayweather beat Miguel Cotto in 2017.

50 Cent claimed Floyd Mayweather left a stripclub at 3am to train to box Miguel Cotto

However, Cotto was not yet confirmed as his super-welterweight opponent in 2012. In 2012, Cotto decided to forgo a night out and instead go to work.

50 Cent said to Yahoo Sports that he ran six miles that night. I thought he was insane. I thought he was laughing.

"I've never seen someone start training randomly like that. We were so far from the gym that we couldn't even get close.

"Before that we were going to a club for strippers. He is a hard worker and has an extreme work ethic that no one else can match.

He showed great spirit and determination. He does it better than anyone.

Mayweather won the fight by points, but was later bloodied and admitted that it was one his most difficult wins.

He also mentioned his run in the spur of the moment after his 42nd career win.

Mayweather, now 44 years old, stated that she ran six miles the first day back. "I hadn’t done anything in nine months, and I just ran six miles.

"Cotto had fought not so long ago, so I had got to build my endurance. The training camp began immediately.

"I ran a lot, running 5.45 to 6:00 minutes miles. It was all what set me up."

This was Mayweather's last fight before he was sentenced to three months in jail for domestic violence.

It was also the end of his friendship with 50 Cent. The rapper will no longer represent 'The Money Team.

50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, claimed that he was owed $2million by Mayweather for taking care the boxer's business affairs while incarcerated.

Mayweather denied that he owed any money to the singer, and this sparked a bitter feud which has yet to be resolved.

50 Cent, 46, continues to make digs at Conor McGregor online after he beat him 33 years ago.

However, Mayweather returned in June to face Logan Paul (26), for an exhibition fight. The bout ended without a winner because there was no knockout.

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