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Mayweather bets on Brees and Sproles in the Saints-Dolphins game

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Boxer Floyd Mayweather has been known to bet on Johnny Manizel.

But in his tweet Monday night, Mayweather reportedly bet on the New Orleans Saints-Miami Dolphins Monday Night Football game. And he is not shy of money after making over a $100 million dollars in total revenue from the Mayweather-Canelo Alvarez fight on September 14th.

Floyd Mayweather bet

Floyd Mayweather bet

In the tweet, Mayweather bet $50,000 on Drew Brees and Darren Sproles with the New Orleans Saints. Mayweather wrote, “Drew Brees & Darren Sproles are a winning combination. $41K is not bad for 30 minutes on a Monday night” in his tweet.

The total amount that Mayweather won back was $41,666.65. And anyone, who can do any simple math, that is a loss of $8,334 dollars on his original bet.

But with Mayweather’s deep pockets that is chump change to him.

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