Originally written on The Sports Fan Journal  |  Last updated 9/16/13

For almost a decade, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been the pound-for-pound king of boxing. Since Oscar De La Hoya retired, he’s been the highest paid boxer and most recognizable American fighter. During a recent episode of Showtime’s documentary series, All Access, Mayweather captured his role in the sport quite simply, “I am boxing.” So much […]The post The Boxing Throne Still Belongs To Floyd Mayweather appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.

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