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 Last update:  4/18/2013       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Mayweather: Nobody Has Broken The Code To Beat Me
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Floyd Mayweather Jr says there is no chance of him suffering the first defeat of his career at the hands of Robert Guerrero next month.

Mayweather, 36, served two months in jail for domestic abuse at the end of last summer but is now training hard ahead of his WBC welterweight title defence against Guerrero on May 4.

The American has won all 43 of his professional fights so far and is now being trained by his father, Floyd Mayweather Sr, once again.

And, when asked if Guerrero could beat him, Mayweather said: "No one has a blueprint on how to beat Floyd Mayweather Jr

"All 43 opponents had a gameplan, all 43 opponents came up short. No-one has found a way to break the Mayweather code.

"I don't think the layoff will hurt me. I've faced every style, so it's not hard for me to make adjustments.

"I have to go out there and see what game plan my dad has in store for me. My dad is back in camp and we're going strong. I felt like, in the Miguel Cotto fight, I got hit too much.

"My dad is back in my corner and my dad is the lead trainer but I'm also working with my uncle Roger. The Mayweather family as of right now have a good chemistry, and camp has been tremendous.

"We want a fighter like Robert Guerrero that is confident and that believes in his skills so I can be pushed to the limit, that's what it's about."

Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Robert Guerrero , Mayweather-Guerrero , Mayweather vs Guerrero



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comment by explosiv, on 04-19-2013
Castillo pretty much did. Clse fight can be argued either way

comment by hugh grant, on 04-19-2013
Please can someone tell me why Floyd is the only one unbeaten of paper who goes around saying noone has the blueprint to beat me? Castillo beat Floyd unofficially. People say Floyd had a hurt shoulder? Welcome to the real world of boxing. If you fight often sometimes things wont be right. Floy...

comment by RAGALAC, on 04-19-2013
It's ridiculous how bad everybody tries n discredits Floyd's career n wins no matter what he does.....even when he beat a dude with one shoulder n hurt hand lmao

comment by Kingjames6Flee, on 04-18-2013
All of you are morons. The Castillo blueprint is to fight a mayweather with one good shoulder. One handed floyd is the only way. Yu guys give Castillo props for making it close when floyd wasn't even 100pct. Notice the rematch he got outboxed easily.

comment by Capncrunch, on 04-18-2013
[QUOTE=Reloaded]And I swear your full of **** , the first fight was close and Floyd was injured , he did the right thing and rematched instantly and won clearly , watch some more boxing kid , you make the same mistake as most couch experts , you score ineffective aggression above defense and lan...

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