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Floyd Mayweather Wants ‘Twerk Queen’ Miley Cyrus to Escort Him at His Next Fight


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Boxing champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. (45-0) has been known to be “high profile,” especially with his habit of having other “high profile” celebrities escorting him to the ring. With top selling recording artists like Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, and 50 Cent having done so previously, the champion could probably get on his cell phone and call up anyone he would like.

In a recent interview, Mayweather told Billboard magazine that for his next walk out, he was thinking of asking Miley Cyrus:

“I was thinking about letting the twerk queen Miley Cyrus bring me out,” Mayweather said. “Why not? We’ve gotta call her the twerk queen. Yes, we have to call her that.”

He must of been impressed with her appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, where she performed on stage with Robin Thicke.

Mayweather also addressed why he invited Justin Bieber to walk out with him before the Saul “Canelo” Alvarez fight.

“When you’re the best, you only want to surround yourself with the best.” he added. “He’s an exceptional artist. He’s the future.”

Taste in music aside, Mayweather continues to be a dominant force in the sport. He most recently defeated Saul Alvarez earlier this month, picking up his 45th straight win.

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