Deontay Wilder brands Floyd Mayweather’s most recent exhibition bout against famous mobster’s grandson John Gotti III a ‘MESS’ after descending into a chaotic mass brawl
- Deontay Wilder wasn’t impressed by Floyd Mayweather’s most recent outing
- John Gotti III lunged for Mayweather after the fight as security rushed the ring
- Gotti has been handed a six month suspension by the Florida commission
The fight was waved off in the sixth round by referee Kenny Bayless after Gotti continually held onto the boxing legend.
Angered by the referee’s call, Gotti decided to vent his frustrations on Mayweather and continued to swing at his rival despite the final bell being sounded.
Dozens of security guards and team members then rushed into the ring to break up the pair as Mayweather masterfully evaded the shots coming his way.
Wilder wasn’t in attendance for the bout but did catch it from home and wasn’t impressed by what he saw.
Floyd Mayweather faced John Gotti III in his latest exhibition bout on June 11 in Sunrise, Florida
The fight descended into chaos when Gotti III took a swipe at Mayweather in the aftermath
Deontay Wilder branded Mayweather’s exhibition bout with Gotti as a total ‘mess of events’
‘I did see it. It was crazy. I thought it was a mess of events that was occurring,’ he told ES News.
‘But, you know, we live to talk about it and we pray for the next one. We going to live to see another day.’
Since retiring from professional boxing in 2017 with a win over UFC icon Conor McGregor, Mayweather has extended his career deep into his forties through various exhibition fights.
TBE has fought everyone from kickboxers, YouTubers, reality television stars and everything in between.
His last opponent, Gotti, is the grandson of famous mobster John Joseph Gotti Jr, better known as Teflon Don.
Gotti has been handed a six month suspension by the Florida State Athletic Commission for his part in sparking the post-fight bust-up with Mayweather.