Floyd Mayweather

Throughout the last few months I have been salivating in anticipation for the Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather 'Super Fight
Saturday the 26th saw a Mayweather fight plan so sublime it was almost too good for words. Only its execution could be truly descriptive enough to do it justice. In claiming the 'Golden Fleece' of boxing by beating the great Rocky Marciano's record, Mayweather stamped his claim to greatness alongside luminaries such as Sugar Ray Leonard, Roy Jones Jr and s
The boxing legend defeated the Irishman in what is being called the biggest fight of year.
Floyd 'Money' Mayweather will be breaking the great Rocky Marciano's record of 49 and 0 when he beats Connor McGregor this weekend - and it's going to be witnessed by over one billion people. He will also become the world's first billionaire sports man when he does so.
The women at the press conferences look like they forgot to get dressed before coming to work. Because apparently both fighters
It's the fight that's captured the world's mainstream media attention more than any other since Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao in May of 2015.
The hate and bitterness out there for the upcoming August 26th showpiece fight in Las Vegas is perhaps indicative of the society we are now apart of. Online hatred oozes out of a small portion of humanity everyday via probably the only outlet they likely have - the internet.
It's the fight the world is talking about and while it no doubt will be an entertaining event and build-up (and overall good for boxing), a competitive boxing match it will not. Here's why.
In his interview with GQ Style, the Irish-born fighter has real go at Floyd Mayweather. So that anticipated fight's on, then?
Conor McGregor, the UFC's first simultaneous two-weight world champion, continues to deliver on all his daring bluster. But should we really believe suggestions that he is set for a sensational showdown with the legendary Floyd Mayweather?