Found March 15, 2013 on
Floyd Mayweather Jr. likes to stir the pot when it comes to boxing. His most recent target has been Andre “S.O.G. Ward. Why pick on Andre Ward? I believe there are many reasons for this. Andre Ward has openly said he is a Floyd Mayweather Jr. fan, but he also did say he will be [...]
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Mayweather is in full promotional mode meaning the quotes are coming fast and furious. Always remember a big part of boxing is selling yourself.
Floyd sells himself as the villain, so part of that, is attempting to clown the perceived good guys in boxing like Ward and Alvarez.
Here are the quotes courtesy of Fight Hype.
First on Andre Ward:
He calls himself S.O.G. If I’m not mistaken...
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