Roger Mayweather: “When Victor Ortiz gets his a– whipped, he’s going to say the same thing that all of the rest of them said: ‘Aw, I could have, or I would have, or I should have.’ But you didn’t.”
Devon Alexander called his union with Golden Boy “the perfect fit,” adding, “I’ll be back on top sooner rather than later. I have a really good feeling about this.”
Sugar Ray Leonard: “Could I beat Floyd Mayweather? Yeah, I mean, damn right I could beat Mayweather. But then again, if you asked him, what would he say? He would say the same thing about me.”
Seth Mitchell’s third round knockout raised his mark to 23-0-1 and was his 17th stoppage, while Felix Diaz improved to 10-0 with a unanimous decision.
Leonard Ellerbe: “We’ve got a lot of surprises for him. We’re working on a lot of things. Victor could look around the arena and see a lot of people from his past.”
Roger Mayweather: "I said, 'your daddy's out [of jail], you go and train with him. Now if things don't work out between you and your daddy, then you just come back to me."
Victor Ortiz, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and the entire cast of “Star Power” stepped up to the podium for the last time before the big event Sept. 17 at the MGM Grand. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.: “I’ve been here so many times. When I get out here it’s just like, ‘Here we go again.'”
‘I want to see Victor Ortiz get his (butt) kicked by Floyd Mayweather,” said Robert Garcia, whose brother, Danny, trains Ortiz.
Erik Morales: ‘When I’m in the ring, you will see by my performance that I am healthy, and that speaks for itself.’