Who deserves to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. next?

 floyd mayweather jr by Chris Hodgkiss: As soon as the undefeated two-division world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (42-1-1, 30 KO’s) fight was over last Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, the net went Mayweather crazy with fans and the media arguing about who pulls in the most cash, who has the most fans, who is most able to give Mayweather problems and the list goes on.

Some boxers launching there own little promotional campaigns rather than concentrate on there current opponent. But who actually deserves the right to fight Mayweather and does a relatively unknown boxer deserve a shot? My personal selection of who I feel deserves the shot is WBA/WBC light welterweight champion Danny Garcia (27-0, 16 KO’s), as he has won so many titles in such a short time beating three of the most talked about boxers – Amir Khan, Lucas Matthysse and Zab Judah – and proving that hooks beat hype.

My second pick is undefeated #1 WBO welterweight contender Kell Brook (30-0, 20 KO’s) from the UK, as he has had a hard time of it lately and is my favorite boxer.

Here is a huge list of names to pick from, and I’m sorry if I’ve left anyone out. Try not to pick your favorite name but the one who deserves a shot, and please explain the reason for your selection.

Timothy Bradley, 30-0-0-1, WBO,
Manny Pacquiao (Philippines), 54-5-2
Devon Alexander, 25-1, IBF
Marcos Maidana (Argentina), 34-3
Adrien Broner, 27-0-1, WBA
Kell Brook (GB), 30-0
Paulie Malignaggi, 32-5
Juan Manuel Marquez (Mex.), 55-6-1, WBO
Lucas Matthysse (Argentina), 34-2
Danny Garcia, 26-0, WBC/WBA
Mike Alvarado, 34-1
Brandon Rios, 31-1-1
Lamont Peterson, 31-2-1, IBF
Khabib Allakhverdiev (Russia), 19-0
Amir Khan (GB), 28-3
Jesus Soto Karass,Mexico 28–8-3
Austin Trout, 26-1
Miguel Cotto (Puerto Rico), 37-4
Carlos Molina, 21-5-2
Erislandy Lara (Cuba), 18-1-2
Vanes Martirosyan, 33-0-1
Ishe Smith, 25-5, IBF
Demetrius Andrade, 19-0
Sergey Rabchenko (Belarus), 24-0
Delvin Rodriguez, 28-6-3
Juan Manuel Marquez (Mex.), 55-6-1, WBO
Lucas Matthysse (Argentina), 34-2
Danny Garcia, 26-0, WBC/WBA
Mike Alvarado, 34-1
Brandon Rios, 31-1-1
Lamont Peterson, 31-2-1, IBF
Khabib Allakhverdiev (Russia), 19-0
Humberto Soto (Mexico), 61-8-2-1


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