Lil Wayne Tried to Fight Marco Maidana’s Trainer after the Mayweather Bout

Excuse us if we laugh for a little bit here.  Maybe it’s because we’re getting images of Dave Chappelle doing impersonations of Lil’ Wayne and our sincere hope that he comes out from the dead and gives us one clip that reenacts what we just found out about.  In case you guys haven’t heard, Lil Wayne tried to get into a little scuffle with fighter Marco Maidana’s training crew after he lost to Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Although Floyd Mayweather won the fight against Marcos “Chino” Maidana, the team was not satisfied.  As can be seen in the exclusive video of Infobae , with images of what happened in the locker room of the MGM Grand once finished the 12 rounds, while the side of the Santa Fe had songs (“Olé, olé, olé, Chino, Chino”) , the other had long faces.

Even the discomfort became hoarse and there was a scandal behind the scenes. The rapper Lil Wayne tried to attack Maidana and his team when dealing with the press. The American artist reacted to the shouts and had to be restrained by his own colleagues and manager of the Argentine boxer.

We can only assume that he was saying “Yeaaaahhhhh!” about a million times followed by “What!”  Check out the coverage below:

Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images


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