Floyd Mayweather Jr Boxing News
By Babatis Banda: Amir Khan is a decent fighter. I am not sure if Khan can be considered an elite fighter anymore, but what Amir has is plenty of youth and speed. He does not possess elite skill, he has no great power and he lacks patience. Amir needs to learn to balance his deficiencies […]
By Jason Kim: Amir Khan had a great opportunity to get a fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. in 2013 if Khan had just fought a little smarter last weekend against the good but very beatable WBC light welterweight champion Danny Garcia.
By Andy Puller: Amir Khan (26-2, 18 KO’s) has always had a problems with looking past his opponents towards future bouts that he feels he’s ready for. This was never been more the case as it is right now with Khan coming of a defeat to Lamont Peterson last December, and now staring at a […]
By Babatis Banda: Floyd Mayweather Jr has a few more days to go before he is released from incarceration. So much has been said about his condition in prison. My belief is that most of it has been an attempt to secure a house arrest rather than the truth about his condition.
By John F. McKenna (McJack): For the 4th time undefeated superstar WBA light middleweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26 KO’s) has won the ESPY Best Fighter award. Mayweather topped Andre Ward who is also undefeated. The ESPY Awards is a ceremony that celebrates the performances of athletes during the year.
By Allan Fox: WBC junior middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will be involved in another mismatch in his upcoming fight against 27-year-old light welterweight Josesito Lopez on September 15th. However, after Alvarez blows away Lopez, who was picked out for him by his good intentioned promoters at Golden Boy Promotions, Alvarez would like to get […]
By William Mackay: Once again Amir Khan (26-2, 18 KO’s) is pulling Floyd Mayweather Jr’s name out of the hat to keep boxing fans aware that he still sees himself getting a fight with him, and Khan still sees himself beating Floyd.
By Robert “Big Moe” Elmore: I’m not a perfect man or writer. In fact, I’m not perfect at all. However, I do strive for excellence and I make mistakes along the way. Floyd Mayweather Jr’s jail sentence has seemingly brought joy to many of those that hate him. Some of the comments I’ve read are […]
By Mark Havey: Floyd Mayweather Jr is undoubtedly one of the best defensive fighters to ever grace a boxing ring. A pugilist specialist who has a legion loyal fans. Along with another man, Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather sits at the highest echelon of boxing.
Keeping Score: Donaire, Manny vs Floyd, Fury vs Klitschko, Khan-Garcia, Haye-Chisora, Marquez, Broner, and more
By Kristofer Williams Sr: In this first installment of KEEPING SCORE, I will be “judging” and critiquing some of the recent news and trends in the sport of boxing. Round by round for all 12 rounds, I will score it the way I see it.
By Kristofer Williams Sr. The first mistake Floyd Mayweather Jr made was to insult and disrespect Manny Pacquiao. You don’t act unprofessionally if you truly intend to fight another elite level fighter. Let’s rewind, shall we.
By Dan Ambrose: Robert Guerrero (29-1-1, 1 KO’s) badly wants a fight against WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. How bad does the 29-year-old Guerrero want that fight? He wants it so bad that he’s willing to move up two entire divisions coming off of serious rotator cuff surgery on his left shoulder in order […]
By Kristofer Williams Sr. Outside the ring, Floyd Mayweather Jr is far from being undefeated. He hits women. He goes on racial tirades. He loses his cool in public and gets owned by radio show hosts. He invests in corrupt casino operations that go bust and ends up losing millions of dollars in the process.
By Allan Fox: 37-year-old former WBA super middleweight champion Anthony Mundine (43-4, 25 KO’s) is stubbornly convinced that he can get a fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. before he retires at some point in the future. It would seem that Mundine’s chances are pretty much zero, because he’s spent his entire career fighting in Australia […]
By Chris Williams: It was kind of sad to see Manny Pacquiao slowly plodding after Timothy Bradley in their recent fight in Las Vegas. The old hand speed is gone for Pacquiao, the reflexes shot, the timing completely gone along with his stamina. It was like watching an old run down clock that’s beyond repair.