Boxing duel between Shane Mosley (right) against Floyd Mayweather Jr. at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas, USA, on May 1, 2010. / Photo: Bad Left Hook
CALIFORNIA – Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a boxer who ended his career undefeated. The owner of the nickname The Money posted a 50-0 (27 KO) fighting record. He was also entered into the ranks of the boxer Hall of Fame.
Since deciding to hang up his gloves after his 10th-round TKO win over Conor McGregor in August 2017, Mayweather Jr. has looked like he is ready to return to fighting in the ring whenever he wants. Unfortunately, this man who was born on February 24, 1977 seems to have no desire to return.
However, that doesn’t mean former boxers never talk about it. Mayweather Jr. is still often the subject of discussion.
Mayweather Jr. has never been touched by defeat in his professional career. However, many say that the former five-division world champion has no strength.
The judgment arose because Mayweather Jr. ended most of his fight in the hands of the judges. From the outside, Mayweather Jr.’s boxing skills seem very elite, but his strength is not there.
Shane Mosley also tried to deny that assessment . According to him, the statement is very far from the truth.
The former three-division world champion had his first taste of being in the same ring with Mayweather Jr. on May 1 2010. At that time, Mosley, who was curious to give Mayweather Jr.’s first stain in his professional career, actually suffered an absolute defeat.
“When I fought Floyd, his strength was very good,” said Mosley to Fight Hype recently. Duel Mosley vs Maywetaher Jr. itself took place at welterweight.
(Shane Mosley vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, May 1, 2010. / Photo: DAZN)