“The Art of Money” – Floyd Mayweather Jr. on FightFan.com!
By Ron Gabriel (05-May-2012)
Floyd Mayweather Jr. on FightFan.com
Featuring original music by Santos Furtado
No doubt if you’re a fan you’ve seen a multitude of different videos of boxing superstar Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather hitting the pads with his head trainer and Uncle Roger. But not like this…
Is it HBO 24/7? Nope! It’s the latest production from Ron Gabriel… one of the best boxing videographers in the business. Watch Floyd Mayweather Jr. at work like you’ve never seen him before in this latest work of art from Hollywood, CA by way of Winnipeg, Canada in this FightFan.com exclusive short documentary!
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