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Floyd to ditch Bieber for Miley?

2013-09-25 15:04
Floyd Mayweather and Justin Bieber (File)
Cape Town - Floyd Mayweather is one of the most prominent athletes in the world not only because of his undeniable boxing skill, but also because he is an unbelievable self-promoter.

According to the Yahoo! Sport website, for several of his recent fights, including his September 14 bout against Canelo Alvarez, Mayweather had pop superstars Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne escort him to the ring.

So how can he top that dynamic duo?

With the one and only "Twerk Queen".

"I was thinking about letting the twerk queen Miley Cyrus bring me out, why not?," Mayweather said.

Cyrus made headlines for her "twerk-heard-round-the-world" at the recent VMAs.

In explaining why he chose Bieber to walk him out, Mayweather said he is looking for people who are at the top of their profession, explaining that 'when you're the best, you only want to surround yourself with the best - and he (Bieber) is an exceptional artist'.

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