As he prepares to take on Miguel Cotto on May 5, Floyd Mayweather will share some of his thoughts with us.
In this installment, Mayweather discusses his move up in weight for the fight and answering his critics.
Question: You're answering some of your naysayers and critics by moving up in weight to fight Cotto, one of the best in the sport today. Would you consider more fights at 154 or possibly higher?
Mayweather: It's no surprise that when you're the best at what you do that you become the topic of debate. It comes with the territory. My career has been criticized and critiqued since day one. In my last fight against Victor Ortiz, people thought that he wasn't experienced enough, yet he held a championship belt. It doesn't matter who I fight, when I fight them or how successful I am, people will always have something to say.
Guess what? I don't listen to the negative. I stay positive and focused. I love a big challenge, and that is what I have in Miguel Cotto on May 5.