Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Boxers Hasan N’Dam and Curtis Stevens are eager to go after one another as both seek a title shot in an International Boxing Federation middleweight fight set for Wednesday.
We take a look at five of the most active trash talkers in sports today.
If boxing is to save its vitality, it needs vital boxers to fight each other. Seems simple enough, an athletic algorithm that serves the sport and its fans.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is enough of a businessman to know his latest fight would be a tough sell, especially after setting records with Canelo Alvarez his last time out.
Oprah Winfrey leads the list of wealthy faces who are interested in buying the Clippers. Her team would be built around billionaire record-label mogul David Geffen and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, says Winfrey’s spokesperson.
Just hours after NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life and stated his intent to motivate the Board of Governors to force him to sell the team, some familiar names are appearing as potential buyers.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s dominating win over Canelo Alvarez was the richest fight ever, a box-office smash at the arena and on television.
Canelo Alvarez proved nothing more than easy money for Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Alvarez and Mayweather are fighting at a catch-weight of 152 pounds, which, if you’re looking for an edge, would probably point to Alvarez, the naturally larger man. But Mayweather has a way of making larger men look small.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is due for release from a Las Vegas jail by the weekend after serving two months in a domestic battery case.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. turned himself in Friday in a Las Vegas courtroom to begin serving a three-month jail sentence for attacking his ex-girlfriend in September 2010 while two of their children watched.
Mayweather JR’s middleweight bout against Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto generated 1.5 million pay-per-views buys and $94-million in domestic revenue to make it the second highest grossing pay-per-view for a non-heavy weight fight, said HBO Friday.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. finally found himself in a real fight, complete with a bloody nose and an opponent in Miguel Cotto who was never going to quit. As usual, he found a way to win.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. says Manny Pacquiao is “not one of the sharpest knives in the drawer” and claims he won’t face him unless his opponent agrees to take less than half the money.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. said Wednesday he will fight Miguel Cotto on May 5 in Las Vegas.