People keep asking Floyd Mayweather Jr. about fighting Gennady Golovkin. GGG’s promoter says the middleweight would go no lower than 154 pounds for that superfight.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. held court with the boxing media following the Shawn Porter-Adrien Broner fight in Las Vegas.
Just when you think all of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s future options are dried up, maybe a Gennady Golovkin bout isn’t that far-fetched.
Shawn Porter wants a crack at Floyd Mayweather Jr. after beating Adrien Broner. But Mayweather only offers Porter a spot on his next undercard against Errol Spence Jr.
Thursday’s double press conference for the June 20/21 PBC shows featuring Adrien Broner vs. Shawn Porter and Antonio DeMarco vs. Rances Barthelemy.
Shawn Porter was all but ignored at the media day for his Saturday showdown with Adrien Broner (thanks to Floyd Mayweather Jr.) but he remains confident of victory.
Bob Arum had a lot of complaints about the way the promotion for Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao event was handled by Mayweather’s side, but would the 83-year-old hall of fame promoter be against staging an immediate rematch between Mayweather and the star of his Top Rank stable? Of course not.
The respect levels are high and the trash-talk is zero as fellow Ohioans Adrien Broner and Shawn Porter prepare to face each other on June 20.
In this week’s Monday mailbag, fans from both sides of The Pond share their thoughts on Kell Brook’s domination of Frankie Gavin, Amir Khan’s tough outing against Chris Algieri, Lee Selby’s title win against Evgeny Gradovich, Anthony Joshua’s demolition of Kevin Johnson and what might be next for the weekend’s winners. Enjoy!
Amir Khan spoke about his hard-fought unanimous decision victory over Chris Algieri, his desire to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. in September, and his charitable foundation’s upcoming plans, shortly after his “PBC on SpikeTV” debut on Friday at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The welterweight championship match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is indeed a pay-per-view record-breaker. And the number of buys is expected to continue climbing.