Floyd Mayweather set to train with Michael Jackson’s son in Vegas

Pound for pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr has revealed that Michael Jackson’s son Prince will be heading to Las Vegas for some boxing training in the future as rumours continue that the famous youngster has joined The Money Team.

Jackson, 17, has been pictured with members of the TMT crew in the past few days and due to Mayweather’s admission, some are putting two and two together and assuming that the keen boxing fan has ambitions of stepping into the ring himself.

“Oh yeah Prince, He likes contact sports,” 37 year-old Mayweather told TMZ Sports. “I haven’t worked with him yet, but I look forward to working with him when I get back to Las Vegas.”

Upon being approached and asked if Prince was now a fully-fledged member of Mayweather’s team, uncle Jermain Jackson denied the stories to a TMZ reporter and said that the teenager was just a fan of the TMT truck.

“There’s a truck show in town and Prince just likes the truck, that’s all. He’s not a member of The Money Team,” confirmed Jackson.

If he is indeed a part of Team Mayweather, Jackson would join pop superstar Justin Beiber who is a regular backstage at the ‘Money’ man’s pay-per-view fights and often visits his plush mansion in Nevada.

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