The IRS Is Ready To Knock Floyd Mayweather Out

Floyd Mayweather has said before God is first in his life. Well, the IRS may want to head on down to his church and start snatching from the collection plate once it passes him ‘cuz Pretty Boy has found himself in trouble with those pesky tax gods yet again. Forbes reports that Floyd (pictured above wearing his tax man invisibility cap) is seeking to delay payment on his 2015 taxes until after an upcoming fight with UFC fighter Conor McGregor (c’mon, you know you most certainly would).

Money claims he ain’t got none by saying he has no liquid cash to pay with until the August fight. The brawl is expected to bring in over $600 million in revenue from tickets, pay-per-view, and merchandise sales like some of McGregor’s beard clippings (fine, I’ll stop). Floyd’s petition for a payment extension commiserates:

Although the taxpayer has substantial assets, those assets are restricted and primarily illiquid. The taxpayer has a significant liquidity event scheduled in about 60 days from which he intends to pay the balance of the 2015 tax liability due and outstanding.

The IRS is responding to that with a big case of “Sure, Jan.” Floyd, who is estimated to be worth $340 million, brought in $220M alone from his 2015 fight with Manny Pacquiao. Hell, the Chili’s down the street from me brought in half that by charging $100 to watch and then forcing me into ordering 18 orders of Southwestern Egg Rolls and El Presidente margaritas. Just kidding. I have no class and don’t need any prodding to do that.

This isn’t the first time Floyd has been the Teresa Giudice of the boxing ring. I know, Teresa Giudice is the Teresa Giudice of the boxing ring. He settled a $6.17 million lien from his 2007 tax return with funds from a 2009 match. Then, in 2011, the IRS came around again saying the fighter owed another $3.4 million. Maybe if Floyd spent less time burning a hundo and more time sending it over to Uncle Sam on time, the latter wouldn’t have him on speed dial!

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25 Comments

  1. Poopispoopy

    I’d wait days in line to take a runny shit on this loser.

  2. If it was an MMA fight sure. It’s not possible unfortunately in a boxing match.

  3. RumHamRiot

    I hope you’re wrong. I wasn’t him to win for 2 reasons — Irish pride and I can’t tolerate Floyd.

  4. Immodest Goddess

    Once I get a good enough cheque I’m all for it.

  5. Juan Carlos

    OMG that would be a great name for a Netflix documentary. “Cunt’s Into Kings”.

  6. Conor has no chance sadly.

  7. Spaz de la Whoreta

    Sure, pay off 2015 with this fight – but what about the taxes on the income he’s making from this fight? And what about 2016? This fucker acts like he can pay his taxes like they are a rent-to-own living room set.

    I hate this fucker and I hope he loses and the IRS slaps a lien on all funds from this upcoming fight.

  8. My husband is like your Dad – very picky & has his favorites wherever he goes – used to take the boys with him during summer vacation – nice break for me 🙂

  9. Immodest Goddess

    Very hard.

  10. Dion flowerboy

    Conor has NO chance. I hope I’m wrong, but this is a troll match.

  11. Frankly why would you want or NEED to escape the taxman? You have like SO MUCH money. Pay your taxes and you STILL have so much money! Really hard to understand.

  12. Worst fight ever – please God let Connor destroy him!!

  13. Immodest Goddess

    Trash is as trash does.

  14. ORDINARY???!!! ORDINARY??!!! How DARE you sir! Yeah, really hard to feel sorry for him.

  15. For the ‘ladies.’

  16. YES!!

  17. It’s quite sad that with all of that money he wouldn’t take the time to learn about MANAGING his money. He’s not the only person to blow hundreds of millions of dollars, but it’s hard to feel sorry for someone that does that.

  18. Immodest Goddess

    No one. The link to MK’a older post really brought that fact home 😔

  19. I just remember reading an interview that was given by an ex-assistant or somebody a couple of years ago. She said he would go the bank EVERYDAY and take out like $100,000 in CASH. And have a big bag of cash with him everywhere. Bananas. She also said when he stayed at a hotel, he would leave the clothes that he wore there. He wouldn’t take them. He’d wear them once and leave them in the hotel room. And with all due respect, he’s not the brightest, so I know people probably lifted cash from him left and right. His excessive spending (even if it wasn’t as lavish as the assistant described) made me nauseous. It wouldn’t surprise me if he’s broke. So sad, and reckless, but whatever. Another fool and his money…or now non-money. So cliche.

  20. Immodest Goddess

    That…that is SO TRUE.

    Damn. That’s just fucking depressing.

  21. Immodest Goddess

    We keep turning cunts into kings nowadays.

  22. Immodest Goddess

    He’d need to be able to read.

    😐

    What? He’s an asshole!

  23. Immodest Goddess

    Read this as ISIS.

    Was confused but oddly, not perturbed.

  24. All ones? Weak.

  25. RumHamRiot

    Ugh with this guy. My god, I hope Conor knocks his dumb ass out. And does it in, like, 3 seconds. 🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪

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