Floyd Mayweather parties with Hollywood star Will Smith at ‘Concussion’ premiere

 

  • Floyd mayweather spent time at the after party of new film ‘Concussion’ 
  • The film’s main star, Will Smith, was pictured alongside the fighter 
  • Mayweather has recently come out and slammed rival Adrien Broner

Floyd Mayweather is making the most of retirement away from the ring as he parties with actor Will Smith at the premiere of his new film ‘Concussion.’

The undefeated fighter took a step back from boxing after defeating Andre Berto, which took his record to 49-0.

The 38-year-old, who spent Tuesday morning until 5am, was then a guest at the after-party of Smith’s brand new blockbuster.

Floyd Mayweather (left) poses for a photograph with actor Will Smith at the 'Concussion' after-party

Floyd Mayweather (left) poses for a photograph with actor Will Smith at the ‘Concussion’ after-party

The undefeated fighter spent time taking pictures with the star and fellow actor Edward James Olmos 

The undefeated fighter spent time taking pictures with the star and fellow actor Edward James Olmos

In the film, Smith plays Bennet Omalu, a forensic pathologist who fought against efforts by the NFL to stop his research on brain damage suffered by professional players.

Mayweather spent time posing for photos with the acting legend and was also pictured with his co-star Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje – who plays former NFL star Dave Duerson in the film.

Most recently the multi-millionaire slammed rival Adrien Broner and says the fighter should be thanking him and his team.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, who plays former NFL star Dave Duerson in the film, also posed for a pic

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, who plays former NFL star Dave Duerson in the film, also posed for a pic

Mayweather and Smith greet each other at the after-party at AFI Fest, Los Angeles 

Mayweather and Smith greet each other at the after-party at AFI Fest, Los Angeles

He told FightHype: ‘He loses to Shawn Porter, then you fight for a world title right after that, for a vacant title, you and your opponent coming off losses.

‘Me as a fighter, if I lost a fight, there’s no way in hell that my next fight I would be fighting for a title against another guy that’s coming off a loss. I wouldn’t even be proud or consider myself a champion.

‘He needs to be thanking The Money Team because at the end of the day, Al Haymon is part of the Money team.

‘Everything is under the same umbrella when it’s all said and done. If you saying, ‘f*** Al Haymon,’ you saying, ‘f*** Floyd Mayweather!’.’

The 38-year-old beat Andre Berto in his last fight before announcing his retirement from the sport 

The 38-year-old beat Andre Berto in his last fight before announcing his retirement from the sport

 

 

 

 

Source: Daily Mail

 

 

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