Former Chicago Bulls great and NBA legend, Michael Jordan, stops an altercation after the hyped Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight.

By Robby Sabo

Sometimes cooler heads prevail, while other times the crap hits the fan. When the latter happens, people around the situation are either watchers or do-ers.

Former Chicago Bulls great and NBA legend, Michael Jordan, is obviously a do-er.

Soon after the very much hyped Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight ended at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, a very heated exchange between some individuals became apparent.

As MJ was walking to his after-fight transportation, he walked right in the middle of some heated crossfire. As cool as he was with under 10 seconds to go in Utah circa 1998, Jordan displayed the same temperament this time around.

Jordan diffused the situation completely. It seems the guy who was yelling the profanity-laced words was quick to calm down once he realized who was speaking to him.

H/T BleacherReport

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