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 Last update:  4/23/2014       Read more by Luis Sandoval         
   
Floyd Mayweather Jr: I'll Truly Be Missed When I'm Gone
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By Luis Sandoval

Mayweather has been in the sport of boxing for 18 years and his illustrious career appears to be coming to an end as Mayweather stated Tuesday afternoon that after the remaining three fights on his Showtime deal are done, so is his career.

Mayweather is undoubtedly the biggest star in boxing and his record breaking fight with Saul ďCaneloĒ Alvarez is proof of that. But as great as Mayweather is considered, there are still those who have their criticisms of the pound for pound king.

While Mayweather isnít necessarily bothered by the naysayers, he doesnít think heíll get full credit until after he hangs up the gloves.

ďA lot of times you hear people talk about Ďis Mayweather just protecting his recordí.

The only thing Iím doing is when I fight a fighter Ė and Iím not pointing the fingers at certain fighters Ė when we fight fighters, we fight who we fight. Like I always say, I donít think Iím going to get the props I truly deserve until my career is over. Thatís what I truly believeĒ Mayweather would tell the media prior to his workout.

Floydís level of dominance and skill is currently regarded second to none and his ultimate goal is to strive to be recognized as the best to ever do it. He wonít go as far as to say heís not appreciated but he does think the sport will feel his absence when he finally makes his exit.

ďI didnít say I didnít think I wasnít appreciated. I donít really want to say that. I think that Iíll truly be missed when Iím gone away from the sportĒ said Mayweather.

Mayweather has become accustomed to the criticisms that are constantly aimed at him but he isnít bothered by them and appreciates his fans who he credits for his stature in the sport today.

ďAs long as Iím happy at the end of the day. When I go out there and perform and as long as my family is happy and the loved ones thatís around me, because itís self preservation; Iím first. I love my fans because without them I wouldnít be where Iím at todayĒ.

Mayweather will have another fight for people to remember him by as he will take on hard hitting Marcos Maidana in less than 2 weeks.

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comment by reppa, on 04-25-2014
[QUOTE=stuff jones]Yeah we all missed him so much during his 2 year break.[/QUOTE] Agreed. Floyd fans are upset because most won't miss Floyd and most don't appreciate what he does in the ring. The Floyd fans act like we are making this stuff up. He is getting all this hate because he creat...

comment by stuff jones, on 04-24-2014
Yeah we all missed him so much during his 2 year break.

comment by Frank Ducketts, on 04-24-2014
Boxing fans will miss Floyd. Boxing fans won't miss Wlad or Pac.

comment by boxingfan76, on 04-24-2014
What a delusional guy he is like were gonna miss the one dickhead that single-handledly ruined our version of ALi-Frazier,and instead gave us a bunch of boring non-memorable non-dominant meaningless fights ,,thuggish arrogant ,almost illiterate,cowardly to boot? thats Floyd for you though he li...

Not a chance...
comment by yoshik, on 04-24-2014
.....one more ghetto blow azz hits the road. Good deal. Since Brainless won't be the next boy wonder he will hit the road too. Bye Bye ghetto trash, hello boxing for sport not drama. Good riddance. Can't be soon enough.

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