- Floyd Mayweather Jr. has got a brother who is also a professional boxer
- His name is Justin and looks like the retired American boxer
- He has had five professionals bouts and he is undefeated
Retired boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr has carved a niche for himself both in and off the ring all because of his fist.
The name Mayweather in the United States of America (USA) is noted for boxing.
Mayweather has been his family's poster boy as he has been flaunting his wealth on social media.
However, it is not only Mayweather who was a boxer but his dad Mayweather Snr was also a boxer.
Now his younger brother Justin has joined the sport and he really looked like the Money Man.
Justin made his professional debut in 2013 and has had five bouts - he is undefeated.
Per reports, Justin was unaware of his father’s identity until he turned 19. Justin has never talked about his mother.
Years later, a DNA test revealed the identity of Justin’s biological father, professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Sr.
With this revelation, Justin became part of the Mayweather dynasty, which also includes boxing greats Roger and Jeff Mayweather.
Before the revelation of Justin’s father’s identity, Justin was officially known as Justin Jones.
After the DNA test, which was conducted sometime in 2017, he adopted the surname “Mayweather” as his middle name.
The revelation made Justin the younger half-brother of Floyd Joy Mayweather Jr.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Floyd Mayweather gifted himself a Rolls Royce Cullinan 2020 model and 2020 Bentley Continental GT Mulliner with the assorted cars gulping a whopping $562,000 from the boxing star's heavy purse.
The American sport celebrity remains one of biggest names to have ever walked on boxing trajectory with grandeur of championship, social prestige and the financial strength to prove it.
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