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Report: Floyd Mayweather Files Applications for Five Different 50-0 Trademarks

by: Esteban On  Thursday, June 15, 2017
Tags:  Boxing   Conor McGregor   Floyd Mayweather   MMA   UFC  

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Floyd Mayweather retired from boxing in 2015 with a 49-0 record. Now he is officially coming out of retirement to take on UFC superstar Conor McGregor, and apparently the reported nine-figure paycheck is not the only thing on his mind.

According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Floyd has already filed five different trademark applications for the term 50-0.

Of course, we don’t know if all five trademarks are unique, or if Floyd just wanted to apply for five for the sake of publicity. What we do know is that this isn’t the first time he’s applied for 50-0 trademarks. Last spring, right before he started campaigning to fight the UFC’s golden boy, Mayweather applied for trademarks for “TMT 50″ and “TBE 50.” In fact, according to theScore, Mayweather has applied for over 300 such trademarks over the last six years.

It is assumed that Floyd “Money” Mayweather will take home at least $100,000,000 from the upcoming “superfight.” However, it sounds like the real reason Mayweather wants to come out of retirement might just be to get that 50th win and surpass Rocky Marciano for the greatest boxing record of all time.

If Mayweather is just out to get that 50th win, setting up a fight with McGregor is a pretty ingenious way to do it. All the hype surrounding the fight will distract casual fans from the fact that Conor McGregor—who has zero pro boxing experience—is just a tomato can helping Mayweather reach a major milestone.

Hat Tip – [Bleacher Report]