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Michael Jordan Stops a Gang Member From Getting Into a Fight With His Bodyguard After the Mayweather/Pacquiao Match.
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(This video NFT is a one of a kind treasure) (Copyright #-PA0002063393) + (Google: Michael Jordan Breaks Up Fight)

A legion of celebrities from around the world flocked to the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 2, 2015 for what will certainly go down as one of the most well-chaperoned dances in boxing history.

Aside from occasionally not leaving room for the Holy Spirit, both Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao made nice, and the event passed without bloodshed or incident. Strangely enough, it appears the closest anyone at the MGM came to seeing a brawl was after the match in the casino’s parking lot, where Michael Jordan found himself interposing in a heated spat between a man and his security detail. Complex.com’s Chris Yuscavage spotted the viral video of Jordan attempting to calm down a man who had an issue with one of the Charlotte Hornets owner’s bodyguards.

YouTube user delfunkboy posted the footage. A scrap does appear imminent as Jordan wades in to sort things out.

According to delfunkboy, the angry man was upset over being pushed by one of Jordan's bodyguards. The uploader also notes how effective Jordan was in stopping a potentially violent scenario from playing out:

"We thought it was powerful how Michael Jordan quelled a situation that was going to get out of hand real fast if he had not stepped in. Michael Jordan was actually protecting his bodyguard... That goes to show Michael Jordan's power and influence off the court."

Yuscavage writes the man yelled he’s a “Piru,” a faction of the Bloods street gang. Whether that’s true, we don’t know. What we do know is being approached by Michael Jordan would make pretty much anyone chill out and focus on other things. His fame supersedes and stops all other activities in its immediate vicinity.

According to USA Today Sports, while Jordan was trying to get to his car, bystanders were making desperate pleas to get Jordan to look in their direction. “Michael I buy all your shoes please, Michael please man, I buy all your gear Mike, I got every number. Mike, Mike, Mike, Just look this way please”

The Charlotte Observer, Jordan is shown standing in front of a man who is arguing with someone else in the lot, and can be heard saying “You’re good” to apparently try to calm the man down.

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Tupac Shakur in his brand new Hummer on a Los Angeles Street a few days before his murder on Sept. 7, 1996 in Las Vegas. He is holding up his fingers in response to a question about how many times he was shot during an incident on November 30th 1994. This photo was licensed by RR Auction to authenticate and help sell Tupac's H1at auction in August of 2017, for $206,000. According to USA Today, one of Jordan’s bodyguards pushed a man out of the way, and the man responded by shouting at the bodyguard. Jordan stepped in between the two of them and defused the situation before leaving. While Jordan was trying to get to his car, bystanders were making desperate pleas to get Jordan to look in their direction. "Michael I buy all your shoes please, Michael please man, I buy all your gear Mike, I got every number. Mike, Mike, Mike, Just look this way please." If Beeple's 5000 Day's sold for $69,000,000. Then ultra rare NFT's 1/1 of Tupac & Michael Jordan is surely worth $2,500,000.

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