The WBC has created a special “Money Belt” for “The Fight of The Century” between Mayweather/McGregor. Shit just got REAL. These dudes are actually fighting for a WBC Belt which contains 3,360 diamonds, 600 sapphires, 160 emeralds and approximately 1.5 kilograms of 24-karat gold with crocodile leather . Both names are featured on the Belt but who will be “The Don” to walk away with the “Money Belt” come Saturday night August 26, 2017 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas? Tune in!
It’s official, last night we may have witness “greatness” at its best. Floyd displayed a boxing level of his superiority against a worthy opponent in Andre Berto. Speed, strength, intelligences, timing, execution. Berto’s plan A, B, C, D, just wasn’t enough to derail the “CHAMP” from retiring undefeated 49-0, the Badest Prizefighter of our generation and still Welterweight WBC and WBA Champion of the World.
The history books will now have two former Champions who both retired sharing a record of 49-0. Floyd Money Mayweather and Rocky Maciano will forever be link has two of the “Badest” who ever did it this good REAL TALK!
Love him or hate him, Money Mayweather is the “truth”of this generation hands down. He mastered, perfected and now walking away from the Game on his own terms. Congratulation Champ for giving us 19 years of “greatness”.
Mayweather (The Champ is here)
They Battled, we saw; he conquered. Mayweather did not disappoint us Saturday night May 2, 2015. Mayweather took on the WBO pound-for-pound Welterweight Champion Manny Pacquiao and dismantled him publicly with a unanimous decision to prove to him, the critics and the boxing world, who is the better fighter of this generation between the two. REAL TALK!
Mayweather now possesses the WBA/WBC/WBO Titles at 147, and WBA/WBC Titles at 154. Nuff said! Congratulation Floyd!! Hate him or Love him you can’t deny greatness and ring superiority at its best whenever he steps into that squared circle and puts in that work that all of his 48 opponents have witness and fallen to first hand.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a man on a mission and nearing retirement whit one more fight left under contract coming this September 2015 but retirement with an unblemished record that now stands at (48-0, 26 Kos) Who’s next to be included in the history books?
The most anticipated boxing fight of the century is now set for Saturday May 2, 2015. Two of the “BADEST” pound-for-pound boxers will finally be facing each other at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. For those of us who can’t do the trip keep in mind that HBO and Showtime have joined forces once again to also broadcast this Main Event on pay-per view.
On one side we have the undefeated five-division world champion and current WBA/WBC welterweight champion Money Mayweather Jr. (47-0, 26 KOs) putting it all on the line to challenge the first and only eight-division world champion and current WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao (57-5-2, 38 KOs).
For the past 18 years Money Mayweather had succeeded in defending his titles and staying unbeaten due to the fact that he possess an impeccable boxing IQ to go along with his astounding defensive fighting style and being a proficient counter puncher. REAL TALK!
With that being said fans of Pacquio seem to think that his aggressive style, never back down mentality and his quick and powerful hand speed, are just the required tools needed to take down the self proclaimed “TBE” in Money Mayweather.
I see the May 2, 2015 Boxing Main Event between the two has Judgment Day; Two different styles from two very different boxers. Now the question remains, will accumulate wisdom out-knowledge in ring intelligence? Tune in Saturday May 2, 2015 and witness “greatness” at their best.