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Floyd Mayweather Allegedly Made a $1 Million Betting Against Tim Tebow

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, December 29th, 2011
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Mayweather is on his way to prison, so I wonder if the Money Team will be able to continue to make his bets for him?

Will he be like John Gotti still running the Money Team from behind bars?

While you ponder that here is a story about Mayweather possibly betting against The Starter God.

If the buzz around local sports books is true, boxing champ Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. bet $1 million that Tim Tebow didn’t have a prayer against Tom Brady.

Mayweather often posts photos of winning six-figure betting slips on his Twitter feed. He reportedly has members of his entourage — known as the “Money Team” — make the bets. That’s only illegal if the person making the bet is being paid and lies about making the bet on someone’s behalf.

Brady’s New England Patriots overpowered Tebow’s Denver Broncos 41-23 earlier this month, ending a six-game winning streak engineered by the former Heisman Trophy winner from Florida.

The Pats were favorites, so Mayweather winnings even on a $1 million bet wouldn’t be as astronomical as if he bet on the Broncos and they won, but still netted him a pretty penny.

He can use it to buy shaving cream and Playboy magazines in jail.

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