Undefeated world boxing champion Floyd Mayweather of the US savors his first defeat not in the boxing ring but in the legal arena.
American undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr. beat Puerto Rican WBA Jr. Middleweight champion Miguel Cotto in a unanimous decision at the MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
WBC World Welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. was sentenced by Clark County District Court judge to 90 days in jail after pleading guilty to reduced battery domestic violence and harassment charges.
The mega fight negotiation that has been going back and forth these past weeks between the Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather jr. camps, it has indicated that there’s no breakthrough yet that the fight could be happening anytime soon.
The dismal performance of Manny Paquiao in a trilogy with Juan Manuel Marquez might entice Floyd Mayweather Jr. to come forward and fight Pacquiao this time.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. knows too much about boxing that he would not engage any fighter whom he knows surely would endanger his legacy that could hand in his first defeat.
Floyd Mayweather’s announcement that he does not need Manny Pacquiao right after he wins the fight with Victor Ortiz is understandable.
There’s a possibility that by next year, 2012, Manny Pacquiao – Sergio Martinez clash would eventually be happening of what could be the boxing’s biggest fight in years.
The fight which was supposed to go the distance ended in a bizarre way in the 4th round.
It was Floyd Mayweather Jr. who cherry picked Victor Ortiz to be his foe on the squared ring come September 18, 2011.