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He calls himself TBE – The Best Ever – and many boxing fans agree Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is one of the finest athletes ever to grace the noble art, but the American’s wait to be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame rumbles on.

Mayweather was scheduled to finally take his place alongside the sport’s elite at a ceremony in New York this year but plans were shelved due to coronavirus restrictions. It is the second time Floyd has missed out due to CoViD-19 but a new date of June 09–12, 2022 has been set with Canastota providing the backdrop.

Pretty Boy could return to the ring

Despite being 44 years old and retired since beating Ireland’s UFC star Conor McGregor approaching three years ago, leading bookmakers across the world offer odds on Pretty Boy to return to action. Rumours suggest Floyd could record a 51st professional bout before becoming a Hall of Famer and you can check out the best American betting sites for free at Online Sports Betting.

Mayweather famously defeated Andre Berto on points to win the WBC and WBA world titles back in September 2015 and many thought they had seen the last of the Michigan born fighter. He shocked the sport two years later, however, returning to battle McGregor in Las Vegas, stopping Notorious in round 10 of a bout scheduled…

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The New York City Police Department today is announcing a new collaborative effort to erase the blight of unsanctioned often destructive graffiti in shared public spaces across our city.

Our anti-graffiti efforts will rely on the built up relationships between the police and the public in two important ways. First, officers from all 77 precincts, and in our transit and housing units, will rely on information from residents about locations that need a cleanup. Second, officers and community-member volunteers will stand side-by-side to get the job done.

Working together, our “Graffiti Clean-Up” campaign will kick off as the weather improves and will continue in response to what we anticipate will be an increasing supply of tips streaming in from the public.

Besides speaking with officers, residents can use new digital tools to send in photos and ideas about which locations need work. The NYPD has established a new email address graffiti@nypd.org – that will be monitored around the clock by a dedicated police officer in the Chief of Department’s office and will allow people to send photos of graffiti and sites needing attention.

“City residents, as well as our men and women officers, know well the perils of this costly and often obscene vandalism…

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The New York City Police Department today is announcing a new collaborative effort to erase the blight of unsanctioned often destructive graffiti in shared public spaces across our city.

Our anti-graffiti efforts will rely on the built up relationships between the police and the public in two important ways. First, officers from all 77 precincts, and in our transit and housing units, will rely on information from residents about locations that need a cleanup. Second, officers and community-member volunteers will stand side-by-side to get the job done.

Working together, our “Graffiti Clean-Up” campaign will kick off as the weather improves and will continue in response to what we anticipate will be an increasing supply of tips streaming in from the public.

Besides speaking with officers, residents can use new digital tools to send in photos and ideas about which locations need work. The NYPD has established a new email address graffiti@nypd.org – that will be monitored around the clock by a dedicated police officer in the Chief of Department’s office and will allow people to send photos of graffiti and sites needing attention.

“City residents, as well as our men and women officers, know well the perils of this costly and often obscene vandalism that can mar a neighborhood, create the perception of disorder and lead to further quality of life and crime problems,” said Police Commissioner Dermot Shea….

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On Wednesday, March 03, 2021, at 2250 hours, the following 29-year-old female off-duty New York City employee was arrested and charged within the confines of the 63rd Precinct in Brooklyn.

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The New York City Police Department today is announcing a new collaborative effort to erase the blight of unsanctioned often destructive graffiti in shared public spaces across our city.

Our anti-graffiti efforts will rely on the built up relationships between the police and the public in two important ways. First, officers from all 77 precincts, and in our transit and housing units, will rely on information from residents about locations that need a cleanup. Second, officers and community-member volunteers will stand side-by-side to get the job done.

Working together, our “Graffiti Clean-Up” campaign will kick off as the weather improves and will continue in response to what we anticipate will be an increasing supply of tips streaming in from the public.

Besides speaking with officers, residents can use new digital tools to send in photos and ideas about which locations need work. The NYPD has established a new email address graffiti@nypd.org – that will be monitored around the clock by a dedicated police officer in the Chief of Department’s office and will allow people to send photos of graffiti and sites needing attention.

“City residents, as well as our men and women officers, know well the perils of this costly and often obscene vandalism that can mar a neighborhood, create the perception of disorder and lead to further quality of life and crime problems,” said Police Commissioner Dermot Shea. “At the same time, our residents and their police know the power of collaboration to rejuvenate our city spaces and…

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