Keidel: Mayweather Is Great, But Far From The Greatest EverFloyd would be great in any area, between 135 and 147, but objectively speaking, it’s impossible to imagine him beating Sugar Ray Robinson, Ray Leonard or Thomas Hearns.
Keidel: Does Anyone Really Believe That Floyd Mayweather Jr Is Retiring?It's hard to imagine Mayweather Jr. retiring tied with Rocky Marciano at 49-0, especially with so much left in the tank.
The Best Twitter Reactions To Mayweather-BertoTwitterverse weighs in on Floyd Mayweather's victory over Andre Berto
Mayweather Dominates Berto, Moves To 49-0In a fight that went as many expected, Floyd Mayweather Jr. (49-0, 26 KO) defeated Andre Berto (30-4, 23 KO) by unanimous decision to move to 49-0.
Mayweather Defeats Berto By Unanimous Decision In "Last Fight"Floyd Mayweather Jr. wasn't about to change what he does best in his last fight.
Best Of Twitter Live From Mayweather-Berto In Las VegasAs we prepare for Floyd Mayweather's final fight, here's a look at the festivities at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas this evening.
Showtime's Al Bernstein: 'Ray Robinson Is The Best Who Ever Lived. End Of Story'The Hall of Fame ring announcer discusses whether Floyd Mayweather is the best of all time and the best moments of his historic career.
Keidel: How Can Andre Berto Beat Floyd Mayweather Jr.?Andre Berto has 36 minutes to make Mayweather imperfect. Here's what it might take to make it happen.
Floyd Mayweather: "What I'll Miss Most Is All The Jealous Haters"Floyd Mayweather gave rare access to the media as he prepares for his bout with Andre Berto and took some time to reflect on what he'll miss when he retires.
Andre Berto: My Life As The Guy That's Going To Beat Floyd MayweatherIn advance of his welterweight title bout with Floyd Mayweather on Saturday, Sept. 12, Andre Berto gave CBS Local Sports a first-hand glimpse at his life in and out of the ring.
Mayweather Stripped Of WBO Title Belt Over Sanctioning FeeFloyd Mayweather Jr. has been stripped of his WBO welterweight title after it was announced he declined to pay a $200,000 sanctioning fee.
Oscar De La Hoya's Company Accuses Floyd Mayweather's Manager Of Breaching Federal Antitrust LawsOscar De La Hoya’s company is suing Floyd Mayweather’s manager and his investors for $300 million in Los Angeles for allegedly breaching federal antitrust laws, court papers obtained Wednesday show.