Floyd Mayweather Jr reveals 'All Access' reality series is fake

Floyd Mayweather Jr. celebrates after defeating Marcos Maidana by majority decision in their WBC/WBA welterweight unification fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 3, 2014
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Floyd Mayweather Jr admits that his reality show All Access is staged.

Undefeated pound-for-pound fighter Floyd Mayweather Jr has confirmed that his All Access reality television series is staged.

The 37-year-old, who is the executive producer of the Showtime series, was ordered to appear before a five-person panel at the Nevada State Athletic Commission about some of the scenes in the sportsman's build-up to his rematch with Marcos Maidana.

Specific scenes in the series showed a 31-minute round of sparring without a break, while another filmed marijuana being smoked by a group of women at Mayweather's Las Vegas home.

"It wasn't real marijuana," the Daily Mail quotes Mayweather as saying. "It's all about entertainment.

"It's a new generation, a young generation. We believe in going outside boxing and doing something different. Because we did something different we got better pay-per-views this time around."

Recently, Mayweather recently hinted that he could take on Amir Khan in his next fight.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. celebrates after defeating Marcos Maidana by majority decision in their WBC/WBA welterweight unification fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 3, 2014
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