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Just when I was giving up hope on figuring out what to do with all of this extra coin that I have laying around, news seemingly descended from the heavens that Saint Mayweather will soon show us upper-upper class the way of the financial light. All-around tolerable guy and definitely not self-appointed personal brand evaluator, Darren Rovell, shared the good word in the form of a tweet, a rarity from the ESPN sports business guru.
Floyd Mayweather has filed for the trademark to "The Rich Lifestyle," intended to be a magazine & website for the wealthy
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) May 18, 2015
I like to imagine the name coming to flourishing much like this:
Floyd profoundly states, “I’ll call it ‘Money.'”
His representative reluctantly informs his client, “Sorry, Mr. Mayweather. That publication already exist.”
Unfazed Floyd spouts out “Alright ‘Fortune’ it is.”
His representative sighs before responding with “That’s a thing, as well.”
In a more questioning tone Floyd fires out “‘Wealth?'”
This back and forth would go on much like this for another forty or so minutes before Mayweather finally spit out the creme de la creme that is “The Rich Lifestyle.”
I’m also going to safely assume this whole magazine will be nothing but pictures of awesome, expensive shit with Floyd’s literacy deficiencies. Having the reading comprehension of a third grader myself, it goes without saying that I’m stoked for the first issue. Sure, Mayweather is new money trash, but I’m not above purchasing ridiculously unnecessary things either..
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