IFWT_Floyd Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather ignited rumors that he would be coming out of retirement this past Saturday during an interview with Showtime.  The undefeated boxer revealed that he’s been in talks with Showtime and CBS execs about possibly returning to the ring.  He also said he requires a championship fight and a nine-figure payday topping $100 million to make it happen.  Well it looks like he got his demands because his company filed trademarks that highly suggest he’s making a comeback.

The company owned by Mayweather, who said he was discussing guarantees that would top $100 million if he returned, filed for trademarks to “TMT 50” and “TBE 50” on April 21, ESPN.com has learned. Records recently posted on the U.S. Patent & Trademark website confirm the filings.

“TMT” stands for “The Money Team” and “TBE” stands for “The Best Ever.” If Mayweather fights again, it would be fight No. 50 of his career.

Mayweather earned more than $220 million for his fight against Manny Pacquiao but his final fight was against Andre Berto and it was a lackluster way to go out, to say the least.  As for who Mayweather will fight, fans want to see him go up against Gennady Golovkin aka Triple G, but that is unlikely to happen.

Also Mayweather Promotions has more than 35 trademarks and has filed for more than 140 others.  He could just be doing his regular business and protecting the names so he has the option to use them should he ever decide to return.

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