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Andre Ward's Manager Drops Bombs on Floyd Mayweather

In response to an earlier story on BoxingScene.com , where WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. took several shots at WBC/WBA super middleweight king Andre Ward - James Prince, the current manager of Ward and ex-manager of Mayweather, had plenty to say in response to Floyd Jr.'s unexpected verbal jabs.

"First of all I don't know what demonic spirit jumped into Mayweather causing him to try to assassinate my fighter's character because he is a fighter and a man of God - as if it's a sin to worship God and fight.  It goes to show his ignorance in the word of God because there are prophets throughout the Bible that were fighters, warriors, hit men - and none of them were punks.  So for Mayweather to attack a man's spirituality because he has been friends with Robert Guerrero since they were kids and he's riding with him is just an excuse to voice his haterism that's really in his heart for me and Dre," Prince said in a statement to BoxingScene.com.

"Dre never had nothing but respect for this dude, but if he thinks there is something weak about Andre Ward - then he can eat some steaks and put some weight on his ass so Dre can whip it.  Not knocking Floyd Mayweather, but he knows he couldn't draw flies to a dumpster until he beat Oscar De la Hoya.  I know this is true because I was managing him when he couldn't sell out his hometown of Grand Rapids or the San Francisco Auditorium, which only seats 6,000 people."

"By the way, any man that represented the United States of America and won a gold medal is not only known, but appreciated by all Americans - something Floyd didn't accomplish.  And that invitation on his blueprint for knowing how to get millions - we pass on that, because we know how to make millions, but more importantly, how to keep it."

"And yeah, I see how he's trying to befriend Broner so he won't be faced with Broner gettin' in his ass.  But at the end of the day, he would have a problem with Broner because Broner is a real one.  And Floyd knows, like I know, that he's uncomfortable with real men around him."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by junior gong on 03-15-2013

Watch Floyd squirm next time he is asked about it.

Comment by Lightweight135 on 03-15-2013

Bravo---Glad to see Ward and his camp respond. I'd pay $500 PPV to watch Ward take Mayweather apart. I can dismiss all the trash talk about opponents from Mayweather, but when he calls out perhaps the cleanest fighter in the…

Comment by sicko on 03-15-2013

On Ward Side All The Way With This One The Swipe at Ward was uncalled for, the man been showing Mayweather nothing but respect even when the media would try to get him to say something negative about Mayweather...but hey…

Comment by Left2theliver on 03-14-2013

Has Floyd replied to this guy yet?? If not I'm expecting something along the lines of, "You were managing me, that's why I didn't draw as well." Kind of reminds me about the time when Brian Kenny said that Floyd's…

Comment by S. Saddler 1310 on 03-14-2013

[QUOTE=junior gong;13145605]Yeah ok buddy! I only have and have only had this membership, but carry on. The only people I ever see accusing others of being other posters are the kind type that get kicked out every five minutes and…

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