Three-time World Champion
boxer Floyd Mayweather is quickly transitioning into a new trade – the music
industry – and he’s already recruited a rapper to rep his imprint.
“My label Philthy Rich Records is coming soon and I got
my man H-Flow, who is straight out of Cleveland,” Mayweather told AllHipHop.com.
“He’s the punch line king. You can expect to hear something real
soon. You gotta check him out, he’s incredible. We should have something
by the end of the summer.”
Mayweather joins other sports stars like fellow boxers Zab “Super”
Judah and Roy Jones, as well as NHL Hockey player Anson Carter, who have announced rap-oriented labels.
Thus far, Mayweather’s best business has taken place in
the boxing ring.
In June, Mayweather brutally bested Arturo Gatti to take the
WBC Super Lightweight Championship and also has been widely proclaimed to be
the beat boxer pound-for-
“It meant everything to me, to be a three-time world champion
was a dream to me. I dreamt this as a young boy and it came true,” Mayweather
said of his victory.
Prior to the Gatti
bout, Mayweather (34-0, 23 KOs) was a two-time world champion and the 27-year-old
native of Grand Rapids, MI already has his eyes set on fighting Winky Wright,
who put the legendary Felix Trinidad into retirement.