A Saturday press conference is in the works for smack-talkers Adrien Broner and Paulie Malignaggi.
Floyd Mayweather introduced Robert Guerrero during thier post-fight press conference, gave the challeger his due respect, and then spoke to the media about what it's like facing him in the ring, his training camp and growing his promotional company.
Floyd Mayweather answered the media's questions about his fight with Robert Guerrero during the post-fight presser to his Showtime PPV event. Mayweather talked about hurting his hand during the fight, facing Canelo Alvarez, and other subjects.
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer said "hopefully" Floyd Mayweather Jr. versus Saul Canelo Alvarez will happen on Sept. 14 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Merlito Sabillo, who won the WBO interim strawweight title in March and was elevated to full titleholder status in April, will defend his belt June 29 in the Philippines.
Incumbent Japanese world titleholders split a pair of bouts to Venezuelan challengers on Monday night, as junior lightweight titleholder Takashi Uchiyama retained his belt by TKO, while Kohei Kono lost his super flyweight title by decision.
Read on for all the fan feedback on Floyd Mayweather's masterful domination of Robert Guerrero, as well as questions and speculation about what might be next for the Pound-for-Pound king, that one Monday mailbag can hold (don't worry, there will be more in Friday's mailbag). Enjoy!
Floyd Mayweather Jr. on his legacy: "I take my hat off to Sugar Ray Leonard and all those other fighters who paved the way for me to be where I am at today. I'm not here to match myself against them because... ."
Floyd Mayweather Jr. might not have provided many thrills but his dominating victory over Robert Guerrero was something to behold Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Mark E. Ortega gathered news, notes and quotes from Antonio Tarver and James Kirkland, among others, during the Fox Sports Net boxing card that took place the night before the Floyd Mayweather-Robert Guerrero event in Las Vegas.
"I think that this is the fight where I proved that I'm a pound-for-pound fighter," said Abner Mares, who knocked out Daniel Ponce de Leon to take his WBC featherweight belt, making him a three-division beltwinner.