Floyd Mayweather Jr. isn't supposed to get hurt during his first foray into professional wrestling - then again no one really is - but he certainly isn't being cautious in the weeks leading up to his match against Paul "Big Show" Wight at "WrestleMania" on March 30.
After an in-ring "weigh-in" between Mayweather and Wight during a live taping of Raw in Milwaukee on Monday night, Wight grabbed Mayweather and lifted him above his 7-foot, 440-pound frame and threw him out of the ring and into the arms of four wrestlers standing at ringside.
While Mayweather didn't appear to be injured during the fall, he grabbed his right arm and ran backstage as if he were hurt as his entourage pushed and shoved a group of wrestlers at ringside. Mayweather's advisor Leonard Ellerbe even got into the mix, shoving WWE Executive Vice President Shane McMahon to the floor.
What's your take on Mayweather getting into the ring at "WrestleMania"? Has he tarnished his image? Do you even care?