Floyd Mayweather says he’d give anything for late ex to be alive

Floyd Mayweather said he’d give away everything he has to bring back his late ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris.

“Everything I ask for in life… I got. And I’ll say this every day: Just for her to come back, I’ll give it all,” he told Hollywood Unlocked.

In March, 40-year-old Harris — the mother of three of Mayweather’s children — was found dead in her car after an accidental overdose.

The boxing champ added, “Every day I think about it, it’s tough. It’s very, very touchy. She was a great woman, so I couldn’t put her in the ground. I didn’t want to throw dirt on her. A beautiful spirit, a beautiful person. We couldn’t throw dirt on her. So I got her a mausoleum.”

The coroner reportedly found that Harris died of “mixed drug toxicity.”

She and Mayweather had a turbulent relationship: She filed a domestic battery report in 2010 that led to the boxing icon spending two months in prison in 2012. He denied the claims, saying he was trying to “restrain” her.

In 2014, she told USA Today that she prefers he sees their kids without her around, so that “I don’t have to take a Xanax . . . For some reason I still get anxiety when I know that he is on his way.”

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