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Maidana: Enough Talk, Give Me The F***ing Rematch!

By Carlos Arias

LAS VEGAS --- Floyd Mayweather would not answer a question about the fact that according to CompuBox statistics Marcos Maidana landed more punches on Mayweather than any fighter has in his entire career.

Maidana connected on 221 total punches to Mayweather's 230.

Mayweather joked that Maidana landed more low blows, hit him on the thighs and hit with many illegal blows. He called Maidana "rugged," a "tough guy" and said he was just doing whatever he could to win.

Finally, Maidana appeared to be fed up.

"Enough talk," Maidana said, "just give me the (blanking) rematch."

Mayweather was obviously not expecting that answer.

"We don't even got to do that," Mayweather said. "We can take it down there right now. It can happen right now. Go put the ring back up."

In the ring after the fight, Maidana said Mayweather "has never fought a man like me."

"I said that because I felt that nobody has ever attacked him like I did and nobody's ever landed punches like I did," Maidana said. "Most of the fighters that he has fought have so much respect for him, but no, I didn't. I was always going for the fight."

After the post-fight press conference, BoxingScene.com asked Maidana if he felt disrespected by Mayweather saying he fought dirty.

"That's my style what can I say?" Maidana said. "What can I say? He can say whatever he wants. I know he felt my punches."

Contact Carlos Arias on Twitter @PunchyMcGee.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by budfr on 05-05-2014

POS Floyd had the nerve to wear the Mexican flag colors and the Mexican coat of arms in their team´s T-shirts, I feel disrespected not because he isn´t Mexican but because he is a POS and a coward and Mexicans…

Comment by MaskedMurderer on 05-05-2014

We demand the rematch!

Comment by LAPete on 05-05-2014

[QUOTE=turnedup;14508159]LMAO..son judges and scoring fights doesn't happen in slow motion and no motion capture rewind ringside. FK is the point of watching a fight in slow motion? I've never quite understood that argument. About that accurate and precise punching that's…

Comment by PunchyPotorff on 05-04-2014

[QUOTE=T.M.T;14506792]There is absolutely no stopping floyd money mayweather. He adjusts to all styles. This man is an all time great.[/QUOTE] That you Floydie Sr? HA!

Comment by PunchyPotorff on 05-04-2014

[QUOTE=Money_May;14506676]Maidana landed 221 punches? :rofl: :rofl:[/QUOTE] Yeah. It's called punchstats. Maybe you've heard of it. Oh wait, you only agree with those numbers when it's for YOUR guy. Sorry, forgot there, lameoid.

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