by Brentin Mock onSeptember 23, 2012
Colorlines voter-ID columnist Brentin Mock draws parallels between feuding boxers Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao and the voter-ID law fight raging in states like Pennsylvania.
by Deron Snyder onMay 7, 2012
Loose Ball: Love him or hate him, "Money" is an all-time great in the ring and at the register.
by Deron Snyder onNovember 4, 2011
The undefeated, six-time world champion made a splash by announcing that he'll box again on May 5, but it's a waste of our time until he actually signs to face Manny Pacquiao.
by Frank McCoy onSeptember 29, 2011
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Report on Mayweather arrest released by police reveals that his boxing doesn't stay in the ring.
by Stanley Crouch onSeptember 8, 2010
Black folks are no more or less homophobic than the rest of the country, notwithstanding boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s bigoted rants. But like every other ethnic group, we're a complex lot. Parsing our biases takes nuance and understanding.
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