Showing posts with label Floyd Mayweather. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Floyd Mayweather. Show all posts

Friday, October 14, 2016

Gold chains icons

I love jewelry and what it symbolise, WEALTH!

Here below are some of my fashion, style and swag inspiration. People I like to call the iconic Gold chains wearers.


Everything has been said about "The King Of Bling" Mr.T. Just go to my previous article on him.


Another king of bling, well-known and unique for wearing a full-sized clock hanging from his neck. Almost as iconic as Mr.T, here is Flavor Flav.


The flamboyant high roller and evasive boxer Floyd "Money" Mayweather.


All swag and gold! WWF/WWE pro wrestler Razor Ramon.


WWE and TNA pro wrestler MVP was always seen wearing his personalized 'MVP' and '305' chains dangling around his neck.


posing for the most hip hop picture ever take. 
You can clearly see their Blood affiliation; Birdman wearing a red cap and Lil Wayne holding a red bandana.

 Yours truly
PYGOD bling jewelry chains

Here there are the Kings Of Bling.
Stay tuned, I will maybe add a few more icons in the near future.

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Floyd Mayweather vehicle collection

Floyd Mayweather vehicle collection
Floyd Mayweather vehicle collection

For those who don't know him, Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr. is one of the greatest boxers of all time and the highest paid athlete ever. 

Floyd Mayweather enjoys the good life and spends (wastes) his Money freely on everything and anything that is expensive and is always accompagnied by his entourage of dozens of sycophants wherever he goes.

At least, he spends some (a lot) Money on some really interesting luxury cars and a private jet.

Floyd Mayweather $123 MILLION bank account

Floyd Mayweather is "a big proponent of maximum liquidity", which mean he keeps $123 MILLION in a single bank account. After the stock market crash of 2008, I can understand this kind of hoarding. However bank accounts are only insured for a maximum of $250,000 in case of bank's bankruptcy. Oups!

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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Most Lucrative stuff in Combat Sports

I am a lifelong Combat Sports fan and historian with a blog ( created expecially to spread the gospel.

I am so obsessed with Combat Sports that I have created my own Combat Sport (SLAUGHTERSPORT) and my own Fighters (Combatants).

But in my lifelong quest to create the most perfect and utopic Combat Sport ever. I needed to think about what the people really want. 

Is it a better barometer to see what the people want than by searching for the biggest box-office Moneymakers in Combat Sports history?

Money talks and bullshit walks! 
That is how life goes!

3 things to watch in searching for the most popular stuff in Combat Sports & martial arts.
  1. Fighters
  2. Movies
  3. Video Games

Without further ado, here is...
The most lucrative fighter, fighting movie, and fighting video game in history.

1- Floyd Mayweather

The best paid sportman and the undefeatable Franchise of pro boxing.

Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
5'8", 149 lbs,
72" reach, age 38 (2015)
8% body fat

For this year 2015, Floyd Mayweather is the World's Highest-Paid Athlete. He cashed $285 Million in fight purses and $15 Million in endorsements for a total $300 MILLION just for one year!! (source  

Thanks to Floyd Mayweather. Boxing is the most lucrative sport of them all.

A $100 MILLION for his fight against Manny Pacquiao. The match had gross revenues of $600 Million. (source)

Floyd Mayweather toy collection

Why not showing off your Money when you're the King of the World?!?


  2- Rocky (franchise / film series)

Over $1 BILLION in Worldwide Box Office Revenues!!!

Release DateMovieProduction
Box Office
Box Office
Nov 21, 1976Rocky$1,000,000$117,235,147$225,000,000
Jun 15, 1979Rocky 2$6,390,537$85,182,160$200,182,160
May 28, 1982Rocky III$16,015,408$119,350,720$119,350,720
Nov 27, 1985Rocky IV$19,991,537$123,947,780$296,447,780
Nov 16, 1990Rocky V$14,073,170$40,946,358$119,946,358
Dec 20, 2006Rocky Balboa$24,000,000$12,158,168$70,269,899$156,229,050
Nov 25, 2015Creed$0$0Play

with cumulative budget of $119 Million!!

I can tell you that the Karate Kid series is not too far behind. Especially the cheesy 2010 movie version with Jackie Chan teaching a black child to fight. The mainstream public seems to have affection for the underdogs. Anyway, I do prefer to see Rocky Balboa as the Ultimate Fighting Films Money Making Machine (UFF3M) than the wimpy and skinny Karate Kid.

3- Street Fighter II

Thanks god, the arcade game version of Street Fighter II saved us from a first position of the cheesy Mario Brawl stuff.
Street Fighter II (Arcade version) earned $2.312 BILLION in gross revenues from 1991 to 1995.

The Street Fighter video games franchise sells 36 million units since August 30, 1987.

"Street Fighter II is regarded as one of the most influential video games of all time, and the most important fighting game in particular. The release of Street Fighter II in 1991 is often considered a revolutionary moment in the fighting game genre... Its success inspired a wave of other fighting games, which were initially often labelled as "clones", including popular franchises such as Mortal Kombat, Killer Instinct, Virtua Fighter, and Tekken." source wikipedia

Best-selling video game franchises
WWE 2K sells 60 millions unit since February 29, 2000.
Tekken sold 45.6 million copies worldwide.
Street Fighter sells 36 million units.
Super Smash Bros. sells 32.36 million units.

Anyway, Street Fighter II is da best in term of Money making (when you include arcade revenues), popularity, and influence. Street Fighter II set the standard for fighting games.

Ultra Street Fighter IV  44 characters

The Street Fighter franchise is still alive and kicking the other fighting games butts! Ultra Street Fighter IV is the most played game at the EVO Championship (fighting video games championship).

"Just as Street Fighter 2's success spawned a host of imitators, so has SF4 sparked a revival in the genre as a whole. Fighting games are back on the map, and once again, it's all thanks to Capcom..." source

What we got here?

An undefeatable champion (Floyd Mayweather)
An underdog (Rocky Balboa)
An international fighting tournament (Street Fighter II)

This is what the people really want and are willing to pay for.

Here is my version of the above...

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