Philly boxer Yusaf Mack, pictured right with singer Usher, has come clean and admitted he is bisexual. The revelation comes a week after the 28-year-old father of 10 made headlines when he claimed he was drugged on the set of a gay x-rated video. Mack said he was drugged on the set and he later awoke on a train with $4,500 stuffed in his pocket. He said he learned about his starring role in the video when friends took him aside and told him about it.

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Jermain Taylor

A Little Rock, Arkansas woman says her Martin Luther King holiday was marred by a drunken champion boxer who threatened to kill her entire family.

The NY Post reports middleweight boxing champion Jermain Taylor threatened to shoot Toya Smith's husband and their 5-, 3-, and 1-year-old children at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade on Monday.

Smith, 40, said she was watching the MLK parade with her family when Taylor stepped out of the crowd, showed her his championship belt and offered to take a picture with her son.

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Floyd Mayweather

Once again the media is stirring up controversy where there should be none. Boxer Floyd Mayweather is being a accused of stiffing a waitress. Mayweather, 37, and his entourage tallied up a bill of $25,300 in food and drink at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas after he defeated Marcos Maidana on Saturday.

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Muhammad Ali Ken Norton Sr

Former heavyweight champion Ken Norton Sr, the only boxer to break Muhammad Ali's jaw in the ring, died Wednesday in Las Vegas due to complications from a stroke. He was 70.

Norton's death was confirmed by his son, Ken Jr, who works as a linebackers coach for the NFL's Seattle Seahawks. Norton was a force to reckon with in the 1970s. He is best known for breaking the jaw of then heavyweight champ Muhammad Ali in a split decision victory in 1973 to win the North American Boxing Federation heavyweight title.

Norton’s former manager, Gene Kilroy, remembers the epic battle.

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Sugar Ray Leonard and Usher attend Big Fighters, Big Cause Annual Gala

Legendary pugilist Sugar Ray Leonard, left, and singer Usher Raymond attended the 'Big Fighters, Big Cause' Annual Gala Charity Fight Night in Los Angeles on Thursday, May 23.
Photo: FayesVision/WENN.com

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