Found February 06, 2013 on
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Tweet While many boxing pundits have believed that Robert Guerrero was a virtual lock to face undefeated welterweight champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. May 4 in Las Vegas, Mayweather himself dropped a bit of a bomb via social media Tuesday night: The negotiations for my fight are almost done. The front runner is IBF Champion Devon [...]
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Rather than scrap current interim WBC welterweight champion Robert Guerrero, Floyd Mayweather Jr. tweeted IBF welterweight titlist Devon Alexander is now the “frontrunner” to fight him on May 4 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather (43-0, 26 … Continue reading →
I think this is just misdirection from Floyd Mayweather, but it should be noted that Devon Alexander just canceled an upcoming fight with a mysterious bicep injury.
Alexander is a solid fighter, but his name recognition beyond hard core boxing fans is null and void. Mayweather says he is about money, but this wouldn’t be a big money fight for Mayweather.
Mayweather is always...
Ok before you go and say, well Brandon Rios is already fighting Mike Alvarado in a rematch that should be as epic as a Apache warship following terrorists in Afghanistan while shooting heat seeking missiles and 50 caliber bullets in the most epic fashion because Apache helicopters are pretty much the most awesomest things know [...]
The unending quest to determine Floyd Mayweather's opponent for his scheduled May 4th fight in Las Vegas continues with an added twist today. Mayweather has implied that suddenly Devon Alexander has emerged as the "front runner" to land the fight, in what would be a unification bout at Welterweight. Take a look at what Mayweather had to say and what it all could mean...