Betting On Floyd For Charity

Dated: 08/17/2017

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Only in Vegas!


The Maloof brothers, the billionaire threesome who once owned the Sacramento Kings and the Palms Casino and Resort, just bet $880,000 that Las Vegas's own Floyd Mayweather, will take down Conor McGregor a week from Saturday right here at the T-Mobile Arena.

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Us Vegas locals are betting on this bet--because if they win, the brothers promise the $160,000 in profits will go to charity. 


Brother Gavin knows Floyd because they are neighbors in Southern Highlands.


Speaking of charity in Sin City, guess who is a regular packing food at Three Square, Las Vegas's food bank? Carlos Santanna. (I wonder if he sings while he works.)


P.S. Since they don't own the Palms any more, they placed the bet at the Southpoint.


((hugs)) BETH Ellyn

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