Sunday, April 13, 2014

Watch Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Marcos Maidana Fight Online 2014

Roger Mayweather believes that Floyd Mayweather Jr. will have a walk in the park against Timothy Bradley in their upcoming showdown on May 3 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Several boxing analysts believe that Maidana could give Mayweather a run for his money in their title unification bout, but Roger Mayweather thinks otherwise.

 Marcos Maidana

Marcos René Maidana (born 17 July 1983) is an Argentine professional boxer and the current WBA Welterweight champion. He currently has a professional record of 35–3, with his only professional losses coming against Andreas Kotelnik, Amir Khan and Devon Alexander, all by decision. His most famous fight and biggest win was against Adrien Broner on 14 December 2013, where Maidana handed Broner his first defeat, knocked him down twice and captured his WBA Welterweight title in the process
Light Welterweight

On February 2, 2009, Andreas Kotelnik beat Maidana via controversial split decision, with the judges scoring the fight 115-114, 113-115, 115-113 in Kotelnik's favour.

Maidana's first fight in the United States was against Mexican-American Victor Ortíz, that took place on June 27, 2009.[2] Maidana was knocked down three times within the first two rounds, but rallied and came back to beat Ortiz for the interim WBA super lightweight title with a sixth-round TKO victory.[2]

After his fight with Ortiz, it was rumoured that Maidana would face British boxer, and WBA super lightweight champion, Amir Khan, who won the title after defeating Andreas Kotelnik.[3] However, Khan opted for Paulie Malignaggi as his next opponent. As a result, Maidana was scheduled to fight undefeated Victor Manuel Cayo, whose record, at that time, included 16 knockouts from 24 wins on March 27, 2010.[4] Maidana knocked out the undefeated Victor Cayo in the sixth round to retain his interim WBA super lightweight title.[5]

  Floyd Mayweather Jr

Floyd Mayweather, Jr. (born Floyd Joy Sinclair; February 24, 1977) is an American professional boxer, currently undefeated as a professional. He is a five-division world champion, having won eight world titles and the lineal championship in three different weight classes. Mayweather is a two-time Ring magazine Fighter of the Year (winning the award in 1998 and 2007); he also won the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA) Fighter of the Year award in 2007 and the Best Fighter ESPY Award in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013.[1][2][3] Mayweather served 90 days in jail for battery upon his ex-girlfriend in September 2010.[4]

Mayweather is the WBC welterweight champion,[5] WBA (Super) super welterweight champion,[6] WBC Super welterweight champion, recipient of the WBC diamond super welterweight belt,[7] current Ring #1 ranked welterweight,[8] and Ring #1 ranked junior middleweight.[9] He is also rated as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world by many sporting news and boxing websites, including Ring, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, BoxRec, Fox Sports, and Yahoo! Sports.[10][11][12][13][14][15] Mayweather topped the Forbes and Sports Illustrated lists of the 50 highest-paid athletes of 2012 and 2013 currently making Mayweather the highest paid athlete in the world.[16][17][18]

After failing to secure a fight with Timothy Bradley, Maidana fought and defeated DeMarcus Corley in August 2010. Despite knocking Corley down in the 7th round, Maidana had to go the distance for only the fourth time in his career, eventually securing victory via unanimous decision (117-110, 117-110, 115-112).[6][7]
"I believe that Floyd will stop him, I do believe that," Roger Mayweather told On The Ropes Boxing Radio. "Floyd is too quick for him and he's gonna hit him with punches that he don't see, that's what's going to cause the stoppage on him, that's what I think."
Roger Mayweather also added that Floyd's camp was not concerned about what boxing analysts are saying about the possible outcome of the Mayweather-Maidana showdown.
Maidana looked very impressive during his last fight against Adrien Broner in December last year, but Roger Mayweather reiterated that Floyd Jr. is a different fighter and that the 30-year-old Argentinian will get hit more than ever before.
"People say he ain't going to stop Maidana, but we ain't concerned with what people say or what they think, but the difference between Floyd and any other fighter, is Floyd's going to hit Maidana more than he ever been hit, that's the key to stopping somebody, hitting them with punches he don't see," Roger Mayweather said.
Roger Mayweather also talked about the possible retirement of the undefeated WBC welterweight champion, saying that Floyd Jr. should complete his fight contract with ShowTime, then walk away as the greatest fighter of all time.
"My nephew want to go out of boxing as the greatest fighter ever, and if he want to walk away and be known as the greatest fighter ever, he will whop this dudes ass right here and finish his contract, and boom, he walk away from the sport," Roger Mayweather said.

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