Since Floyd Mayweather defeated Canelo Alvarez in September 2013, boxing superstar Amir Khan has been lobbying to no end to get the former in the ring.
Fresh off winning the biggest fight of his 19 year pro career and one of the most significant in the entire history of the sport, Floyd Mayweather is contemplating next fight options.
Apparently there have been rumors of a possible Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao rematch for next April.
Earlier this week, fight legend Manny Pacquiao still insisted he deserved the nod in his unanimous decision loss to Floyd Mayweather on May 2.
It’s been reported by numerous periodicals that a total of thirteen class-action lawsuits have been filed in eight different states against Manny Pacquiao and his promoters for failing to disclose his injury before consumers purchased tickets and PPV broadcasts for last Saturday night’s “Fight of the Century” with Floyd Mayweather Jr.
History was made as fight legends Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, boxing's best, finally faced each other in the ring.
When I sit down as a boxing fan to carefully examine and mull over just which degree of greatness Floyd Mayweather's long, wealthy and illustrious career in the sport will be deemed at I come away a bit confused myself for a variety of reasons.
With the highly anticipated “Fight of the Century” between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao well in the boxing world’s rear view, did the projected most lucrative prizefight in history enhance or diminish the mainstream sports fan’s perception of the fringe American pastime?