It’s Showtime in more ways than one for Floyd Mayweather Jr., who is excited about both a weekend fight he’s promoting as well as his lucrative new deal with the CBS-owned network.
Floyd Mayweather really lived up to his nickname of “money” when he decided to lay down a bet on the Michigan/Bama game.
Floyd Mayweather wants you to feel sorry for him.
Champ: Floyd Mayweather Jr. for his victory over Miguel Cotto and to remain undefeated.
Thomas “The Hitman” Hearns helped boxing flourish in the 1980s with his high-profile fights and says current stars should adapt a similar willingness to take on all challengers.
Step up punk. Those were the words Floyd Mayweather tweeted to Manny Pacquiao this week.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is due Friday to begin serving 90 days in Las Vegas for his guilty plea in a domestic violence case.
Mayweather may be fighting May 5, 2012, but there’s no guarantee it will be Manny Pacquiao. Pacquiao hasn’t lost a fight in six years and nearly all his opponents have been beaten badly and sent to the hospital.
It’s been almost a week since the Mayweather/Ortiz debacle and it still bothers me how ripped off the fans were.
Champ: The Detroit Lions for their 48-3 win over the Chiefs and their 2-0 start.