LAS VEGAS, NV – Floyd Mayweather, Jr., the undefeated boxing champion widely regarded as the greatest professional fighter of his era and one of the best pound-for-pound fighters of all time, recently self-identified as a woman just long enough to beat every women’s boxing champion and win every women’s boxing title for himself. Upon seizing all available women’s boxing championships, Mayweather resumed identifying himself as a man.
“I’m always looking for new opportunities,” said Mayweather while polishing one of his recently acquired women’s championship belts. “And having the opportunity to legally put a very lucrative beatdown on any and all female fighters with the full support of the media and progressive-minded people everywhere was something that I wasn’t about to pass up.”
The entire tour of female title conquests spanned just over eight months’ time. The women’s championship fights in which Mayweather participated lasted an average of 28 seconds, leaving two of his opponents permanently paralyzed and one dead.
Subsequently, ESPN has awarded Mayweather its prestigious Courage Award and Vanity Fair has named Mayweather its Sportswoman of the Year.
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