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Mayweather Sr. - What Floyd Did Was 100% Fair!

By TMZ

Floyd Mayweather's famous dad, Floyd Mayweather Sr., is in his son's corner -- telling TMZ, there was nothing underhanded about Floyd's sucker punch victory over Victor Ortiz on Saturday in Las Vegas ... adding, "The fight was 100% fair."

Floyd Mayweather Sr. tells us, "First of all, Ortiz headbutted Floyd and that was obviously intentional. If you re-watch the fight, you can see that right after they apologize to one another, the ref OK's them to fight."

"Floyd did the right thing -- the number one thing they will tell you in fighting is to ALWAYS protect yourself ... The way Floyd ended the fight was 100% fair."

Tell that to angry mobs everywhere.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by kingfaze19 on 09-21-2011

[QUOTE=WESS;11172448]Floyd is not a dirty fighter, however I will humor you. Let's say Floyd does head butt Ortiz, do you think the MOST defensive fighter in the world would walk around in the ring with his hands down when in…

Comment by LeadUppercut on 09-20-2011

[QUOTE=amayseng;11175828]What about Floyd putting his elbow in ortizs throat all night? Ortizs answer was to put his head up into floyds chin. During his flagrant head butt he just landed a few really good combos send Floyd into the ropes…

Comment by amayseng on 09-20-2011

[QUOTE=richardt;11174784]Ortiz headbutt cut Mayweather in the mouth. Ortiz deserved everything he got and more. ANYONE who thrusts his head in an obviously deliberate manner like that, should be disqualified on the spot. If anyone here was a boxer and was…

Comment by gayfish on 09-20-2011

a convicted crackhead sayign whats fair or not. no thanks.

Comment by Jim Tom on 09-20-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;11171796]Floyd Mayweather's famous dad, Floyd Mayweather Sr., is in his son's corner -- telling TMZ, there was nothing underhanded about Floyd's sucker punch victory over Victor Ortiz on Saturday in Las Vegas ... adding, "The fight was 100% fair." [[URL=http://www.boxingscene.com/?m=show&id=43968]Click…

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