Meet Floyd Mayweather's New Mexican Masseuse Girlfriend

Floyd Mayweather and Doralie Medina
Undefeated boxing champion and Mexican girlfriend Doralie Medina. Instagram/ @badmedina

Less than three weeks after winning the "Fight of the Century" over Manny Pacquiao. Floyd Mayweather has gone public with his new Latina girlfriend, Doralie Medina.

Latin Times spotted the pound-for-pound champion last week at the Houston Rockets vs. Los Angeles Clippers Game 6 at Staples Center hand-in-hand with Miss Medina.

The couple originally met in 2011, and Mayweather hired her as his massage therapist while training for his megafight with Pacquiao.

Mayweather was previously dating Shantel Jackson until the end of 2014 when they reportedly called off their engagement. Jackson accused Mayweather of holding her at gunpoint, choking her and threatening her during their tumultuous eight-year relationship.

Mayweather moved the Mexican beauty into his $30 million dollar mansion in Las Vegas last month and has been lavishing her with gifts on social Media. The 30-year-old masseuse is known on social media as "Bad Medina" (a name she claims Mayweather gave her) and has been posting pictures of handbags, cars, jewelry and watches that she claims are gifts from the undefeated boxing champion known as "Money."

"He is very outgoing but the thing that people don't see is the very sweet, generous man that he is," Doarlie claimed. "Floyd has a huge heart, he is very loving and very caring."

Doralie was born and raised in Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley. She moved to Las Vegas in 2011 where she first met Mayweather. For her birthday earlier this year, the fighter bought her a $350,000 Rolls Royce Ghost and custom Chanel headphones.

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Michael J. Duarte is a Los Angeles based writer. Born and raised in the City of Angels, Michael did his undergraduate work at the University of California Santa Barbara and a graduate program at the University of Southern California. Michael was awarded the Paul Lazarus Screenwriting Scholarship Award in 2004 and the Corwin Writing Award for his feature screenplay, "Chasing 4:00" in 2005. In addition to Sports writing, Michael is an avid marathon runner and fan of the Magic Bullet blender.