10 rounds and broke him down. I'm not a Mayweather fan, as I believe he uses clout and money nowadays to drive his fights. I think eventually Pacquiao and him will have it out and it will be fun. Until then, Mayweather should put the money second and his legacy first. He's done well, and he's at the end of his career (maybe 3 more years?!?), he should concentrate on cleaning shop and proving how good he really is in his mind. THe past is the past, and he needs to live in the present and look at fighting the best that's out there. His public perception is vitally important to him and his ego is supreme. Feed the ego with wins over Mosely, Pacquiao, Cotto. Doing that will cement his legacy.
Here is Floyd Mayweather getting hot with another ESPN analyst. Brian Kenny goes after Floyd and does not let up. So much for promoting the fight as from the start, Floyd has to get defensive with Kenny.
It is pretty interesting from the start and then go to around the 6:40 and business picks up yet again.
Yesh. Well, it could be worse with ESPN covering the Dallas Cowboys doing nothing but whatever. This is interesting and is funny because who is the professional here? What else can you say?-Dr.FB
No, ESPN is doing their thing, they are not being unprofessional here. This is an in-depth interview going on, and the analyst is asking the questions we want to hear the answers to. Now, Floyd does have some valid points, but the problem is that the guy cannot....REPEAT, CANNOT bring his point across correctly. It sounds like he dodges well with his mouth like he does in the ring. He's good, don't get me wrong, but he's looking for that money. That's where the problem lies. He wants the mot money and covers that idea with one-sided facts. Did Pacquiao lose? Did Morales outbox him? Did I beat Hatton in his prime? Again, some of his points are valid. His win over Hatton and De La Hoya are more valid. There were handicaps there that would have made a win much more difficult. But that DLH win? Just barely better than Pacquiao's. DLH was a drained fighter and he was the handicapped guy. Yeah Pacquiao looked good, but it's slightly tarnished by DLH drop in weight and lack of pulling the trigger. As for Hatton, for Pacquiao it was a quick night and that could have happened to anybody. Mayweather worked him for 1
You're fucked....Mayweather is the best of all time.....He has earned the right to choose whoever he wants to fight. And you don't like it.... Well, get over it, and stop your whining.....BTW, I bet you have never laced up the gloves either, so you should stop commenting on Boxing....
Sorry but Floyd does fight smaller fighters...... all the time..... Has he ever came in weighing less than the guy he fights? Musgrave - Chicago