Floyd Mayweather Jr and Radio Host Rude Jude Get Into Nasty Argument (Video/Audio)

Whoa. Now first off, this audio is ABSOLUTELY NOT SAFE FOR WORK. If you don't like profanity, don't listen to it. It's filled with profanity. This is Floyd Mayweather Jr and radio host Rude Jude getting into a pretty nasty spat after Jude accuses Mayweather of ducking fights. Other topics covered include whether or not Jude is black (he isn't), what that has to do with anything (never really answered), and whether or not "24/7" is more interesting than Floyd's actual fights.

If you thought Floyd's old radio argument with RA the Rugged Man was a spectacle, this just might top it.

It's quite the battle. Floyd has a habit of coming off very flustered when he's actually challenged like this. He can be combative with boxing journalists, but not like this, because they don't press him as hard. Boxing journalists need Mayweather. And while Floyd is right that Rude Jude will now be more famous because of this, one gets the impression Jude really doesn't care if this is his one and only discussion with Floyd.

It's...well, it's something alright.

Mayweather returns to the ring on May 5, 2012.

HT: Luke Thomas of MMA Nation

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