Is Floyd Mayweather too small to Fight 50 Cent?

50 cent height and weight

50 Cent Height and Weight: Recently, Floyd “Money” Mayweather declared on Instagram that he is open to the concept of a boxing exhibition against American rapper 50 Cent at the conclusion of 2021.

50 Cent has reportedly indicated a willingness to fight, but Mayweather contends that the rapper might be “too small” for him. After announcing his retirement from competitive boxing in 2017, Mayweather is currently concentrating on demonstration matches.

In 2021, Mayweather has already made it known that he will square off against internet sensation turned professional boxer, Logan Paul. The fight had to be postponed; it was originally supposed to happen on February 20.

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Mayweather also showed interest in fighting Jake Paul, Logan’s younger brother, in the same Instagram post, but only if he wins his forthcoming boxing contest against former UFC welterweight Ben Askren.

“This year, I’ll concentrate on a few exhibitions. I’ll be exhibiting once more in Tokyo, Japan. Of course, the one with Logan Paul and I. If Jake Paul succeeds in defeating Ben Askren in his upcoming match, we will also perform an exhibition together. I’ve also heard that 50 Cent would fight me but refuses to because he says I’m too little. We can perform an exhibition at the end of the year if he wants to lace up. With any of these men, weight class is irrelevant to me. The Paul brothers will make great money with the events, but with 50 Cent, it has to be ‘Winner Take All,'” wrote Floyd Mayweather.

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However, if Mayweather’s assertions are accurate and 50 Cent’s allegation that the boxer is “too small” to challenge him is accurate, the question of whether this is the case emerges. The precise weight of 50 Cent is unknown. The rapper has provided two different responses to this query, according to the website 50 Cent said he weighed 205 pounds (93 kg) in a Hot97 interview. However, the rapper claims a different weight in a different quotation from 2013 that is also ascribed to him.

I’m liked by everyone’s girlfriend when I weigh 198 pounds. At that point, I would technically be obese, but it’s muscle mass,” remarked 50 Cent.

Floyd Mayweather, in comparison, weighs only 150 pounds (68 kg), making him far lighter than 50.

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Furthermore, there is debate over 50 Cent’s height. The American rapper 50 Cent claims to be 6 ft 1 (185 cm) tall, although states that he is 5 ft 11 (180 cm) tall. Floyd Mayweather, in contrast, is 5 ft 7 in (173 cm) tall.

Therefore, even though there is a size difference between the two, only one can win a boxing battle.

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