TMT Promotions is no more after Floyd Mayweather and Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson split
Floyd Mayweather and Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson have split up with the latter taking over the promotions company.
Last Updated: 18/12/12 4:54pm
The pair formed TMT Promotions (standing for 'The Money Team') and were going to promote fights together, signing Yuriorkis Gamboa, Andre Dirrell and Billy Dib to their label.
They wanted to attempt to break the stranglehold held in Las Vegas by Golden Boy Promotions - who have promoted Mayweather since 2007 - and Bob Arum's Top Rank.
However, things went quiet in recent months amid rumours of a split, which the rapper confirmed on Thursday.
"TMT IS OVER. The Money team is no longer a team. So it's SMS Promotions. That's it. That's all," he said on Twitter, according to ESPN.com.
Gamboa was lured away from Top Rank by 50 Cent but the two have done a deal to put Gamboa vs Miguel Beltran Jr on the Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez bill on December 8.
Mayweather has not commented on the split.