Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Mayweather Plans To Fight on May 3, September 13

By Rick Reeno

For the first time since 2007, Floyd Mayweather Jr. (45-0, 26KOs) fought twice in one year. He returned to action in May and dominated Robert Guerrero over twelve rounds, and came back once again last Saturday night and dominated previously undefeated Saul "Canelo" Alvarez for twelve rounds. Both fights took place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Earlier this year, Mayweather signed a six fight multi-year agreement with Showtime. In 2014, Mayweather wants to repeat the same accomplishment by fighting twice in one year.

"You'll see me agin in May. [In] May [I'll be back]. I don't know if it's May 4th or May 5th but Cinco De Mayweather," Mayweather said. "I only have 24 months left [in my Showtime deal]. There are a lot of strong champions out there. I'd like to fight in May, I don't have an opponent yet - and then fight again in September. And then fight again in May [of 2015] and then fight in September [in 2015]."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jayjames616 on 09-16-2013

[QUOTE=Hyper Knuckles;13749559]Floyd you can't be ATG if you stick to fighting only one nationality my man.[/QUOTE] Look at your own picture. Three different guys, three different nationalities and all Mayweather victims. You owned yourself.

Comment by nycsmooth on 09-16-2013

just b4 Cinco de Mayo & Independence Day...FM knows what he's doing & want's, we do not...

Comment by bigsmoothh on 09-15-2013

if its on a mexican holiday i expect to see exciting fights, two chicano/mexicans goin at it. floyd can sell out the madison square garden on feb for all i care.

Comment by Dorian on 09-15-2013

Shouldn't take that much time off but whatever.

Comment by KING MEAT on 09-15-2013

[QUOTE=Hyper Knuckles;13749559]Floyd you can't be ATG if you stick to fighting only one nationality my man.[/QUOTE] but the mexicans are willing to pay :dunno: are there any of them in UK?

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (32)
Top Headlines Saunders Took Precautions To Avoid Possible Lemieux Spies Frank Warren: The Moment of Truth is Here For Billy Joe Saunders Khan: Now I Know Why Pacquiao Picked Horn - And He Still Lost! Anthony Joshua Lights Up Christmas For NSPCC Children Arum: Boxing Has Been Crying So Long For a Kid Like Jeff Horn! Groves-Eubank Undercard: Arfan Iqbal vs. Simon Vallily is Set Carl Frampton vs. Nonito Donaire in Play For April 7 in Belfast? Horn Predicts Vegas Shocker: I Got The Style To Beat Crawford! Billy Joe Saunders Can Resume Upward Mobility De La Hoya Says He's Still Open To Return - Rips Floyd Mayweather Cesar Juarez vs. Isaac Dogboe For WBO Interim, January 6 Rigondeaux Trainer Reacts To Critics: My Fighter is No Quitter! Diego De La Hoya Overweight, Fight Pulled From ESPN Card Teddy Atlas Confirms Removal, Will No Longer Call ESPN Fights Terry Flanagan vs. Maurice Hooker for WBO Belt in Play For April Katie Taylor Retains WBA Title, Decisions Jessica McCaskill Martin J. Ward Drops, Stops Juli Giner To Capture EBU Title Josh Kelly Drops, Stops Jean Michel Hamilcaro In Six Orlando Salido: Retirement is Over, I'm Coming Back in 2018! Conor Benn Gets Off The Floor, Goes Through Fire To Win Horn: I'll Prove Americans Wrong, Crawford is Someone I Can Beat Photos: Claressa Shields Putting in Work For Title Defense Joshua Buatsi Set For February Return Jessie Vargas vs. Aaron Herrera - Undercard Information Tyson Fury Says He Has Several Options To Secure Boxing License Jake Ball Outpoints Shinkwin: Cheeseman, Cordina Get Wins Crawford: A lot of Holes in Jeff Horn's Game, I'm No Corcoran! Horn Coach: Crawford Beatable, Has Weaknesses We Can Exploit Arum: You Are Crazy To Say Horn Has No Shot To Beat Crawford! Gamal Yafai Gets York Hall Win, Set For Busy 2018 Tyson Fury Has Some Work, Could Reclaim License Next Month Sadam Ali Wants to Stay at 154 Pounds, Defend WBO Title Next Arum: Will Take 'Real Ballsy 130-Pounder' to Fight Lomachenko Kell Brook: My Injuries Were Legit - Rigondeaux Just Quit! Horn Overcomes Cuts to Bloody, Stop Corcoran in 11th Round Parker's Trainer: We Made Compromise - Up To Joshua To Agree! Lee Selby Inks Three-Fight Deal With Frank Warren UK News: Ohara Davies, David Allen, Nicola Adams, Natasha Jonas Alex Leapai To Appeal Technical Draw: Lenny Z, Paul Fleming Win Team Hammer Smile at UKAD Ruling To Reverse Tyson Fury Loss
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement