Mayweather Promotions, LLC is a boxing promotional firm founded in 2007 by Floyd Mayweather Jr., after exercising a provision in his contract with Bob Arum and Top Rank that allowed him to become a free agent for the price of $750,000. Al Haymon has been an advisor of Mayweather since then. Mayweather Promotions also promotes forms of live entertainment, including sporting events, live musical and theatrical events, and film and television productions. Mayweather Promotions mainly co-promotes with Golden Boy Promotions. Leonard Ellerbe is the CEO, and currently has issues with British boxing promoter Eddie Hearn due to taking over the U.S boxing Market.
|Gervonta Davis||Super Featherweight||2015||WBA (Regular) Champion|
|Chris Pearson||Light Middleweight||2015|
|Latondria Jones||Junior Middleweight||2015|
|Sanjarbek Rakhmanov||Junior Welterweight||2015|
|Alexis Santiago||Super Bantamweight||2015|
|Juan Heraldez||Junior Welterweight||2014|
|Kevin Newmann II||Super Middleweight||2014|
|Ronald Gavril||Super Middleweight||2013|
|Ashley Theophane||Light Welterweight||2013|
|Mickey Bey Jr.||Lightweight||2013|
|Lanell Bellows||Super Middleweight||2014|
|Badou Jack||Super Middleweight||2012|
|Ishe Smith||Light Middleweight||2012|
|J'Leon Love||Super Middleweight||2012|
|Viddal Riley||Cruiserweight||2019 - 2021|
|Deandre Latimore||Light Middleweight||2011—2012|
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- "Floyd Mayweather paid $750,000 to get out of his contract in 2006, and it made him hundreds of millions". Business Insider.
- Behind the Scenes, Haymon Is Shaking Up the Fight Game - Greg Bishop, The New York Times, 17 December 2011
- "What we know about Al Haymon: Part 2". The Ring Magazine.