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Floyd Mayweather Jr. is Ready to Fight Just Not Where You Would Expect
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is ready to fight again for the first time since
his short stint in jail last summer. Come May 4, 2013, he will climb back into the
ring against the No. 3 ranked Welterweight in the world, Robert Guerro.
The fight will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, a
location that is no stranger to hosting professional boxing matches including
Mayweather’s last six. What will be different is who will be broadcasting the
On Tuesday it was announced that Mayweather was breaking
away from HBO with whom he has had a relationship for most of his professional
career and signing with Showtime/CBS Broadcasting. The eight-time undefeated
world champion will have six fights over the next 30-months on the network...(for full post click on link)
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There are some athletes who simply have the Midas touch. Take former jailbird Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather for example. He’s already lucky enough to be the world’s highest-paid sports star and he’s going to see his earnings guaranteed for at least another 30 months now. It was announced on Feb. 19 that the undefeated boxer from Michigan has signed a lucrative multi-million...
Tweet Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently inked a six-fight, 30-month deal to go with Showtime/CBS in favor HBO beginning with “Money” Mayweather’s scheduled May 4th fight with Robert Guerrero. Apparently the deal was worth a whole lot more than HBO was willing to pony up; over $200 million to be exact. Here are details from Forbes: [...]
Tweet With pound-for-pound Floyd Mayweather Jr. set to fight Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero at MGM in Las Vegas on May 4, you can imagine Mayweather’s camp is gearing up for a huge media blitz to promote the bout. But there’s one major change; Mayweather’s fights for the foreseeable future won’t be on the usual HBO platform. Mayweather will [...]
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is back in the ring, but at least one thing will be different this time around. In his first fight since a two-month jail term, Mayweather will be fighting on Showtime, not HBO.
Mayweather will be fighting Robert Guerrero on May 4, the boxing star announced Tuesday, and he has signed a new deal with CBS’ Showtime to broadcast that fight and more. The new deal...
When Floyd Mayweather jr. returns to the ring May 4th to face off against Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero, the fight won’t be on HBO nor will we be treated to episodes of 24/7. That’s because in addition to announcing his opponent, Floyd has a new PPV deal that will have him doing work for Showtime/CBS Sports. The deal calls for him to fight six times over the course of the...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26 KOs) has confirmed what was on the lips of everyone in the boxing world; he’s going to fight Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (31-1-1, 18 KOs) on May 4 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. The surprise twist? Showtime, not HBO, is covering the fight. Floyd Mayweather is trying [...]
Using IBF welterweight titlist Devon Alexander as leverage, prizefighting legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. unsurprisingly announced he will defend his WBC welterweight belt against current interim WBC welterweight champion Robert Guerrero on May 4 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, … Continue reading →