Dennis Rodman dove into The Beach Nightclub during its apex that June evening, a trip famous because it took place on an off night during the 1997 NBA Finals.
Former wideout Brandon Marshall remembers, “I’m literally in the Wynn hotel, and I call Jay. I’m like, ‘Jay, I’m in some trouble. I need $60,000.’ ”
Four-time Super Bowl champ Terry Bradshaw says, “We will all get on the other side of this soon, but in the meantime, I hope this song brings a smile to your faces.”
George Maloof said of “Uncle” Phil Maloof: “He was a great man who loved his dogs and his collection of classic cars, art, and theater pipe organs.”
“I can tell you, the first thing that I promised to have happen, is I’m going to feed all the workers and a plus-one a steak dinner on the floor of that stadium,” he said.
The Gypsy King wore the same suit he sported at the post-fight news conference, splashed with images of himself with his fists raised. “My Gypsy King suit!” he calls it.
Patrick Mahomes, Mike Tyson and Magic Johnson were all in attendance at Saturday’s heavyweight spectacle.
Tyson Fury’s official post-fight party is set for Hakkasan Nightclub, within walking distance (or, staggering distance, depending the outcome) from MGM Grand Garden.
For the second straight night the newly crowned Super Bowl champs partied at a Las Vegas Strip uber-nightclub, storming Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace.
Jewel Nightclub greeted the team with a 49ers logo across its LED screens, a big 49ers flag and cocktail waittresses in Niners uniforms.