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Floyd Mayweather’s $5.3 Million Winning Betting Ticket is a Fake

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, June 4th, 2013
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Mayweather Betting Slip

While the Mayweather team hasn’t confirmed or denied that he placed a $5.9 million bet on the Heat in Game 7, what we can confirm is the betting slip you see above is a fake.

Sunset Station confirmed they did not take a bet for that amount for the game. Furthermore, they confirmed what most gamblers know, that you can’t just walk into a casino with almost $6 million, make a bet and get a betting slip from a teller.

If Mayweather made that type of large bet, it would have been done privately over multiple casinos, not one as small as sunset station.

So, while Money maybe cashed out, we may never know exactly how much if anything he made off Game 7.

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