Photo: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Already Close To 147 Limit
According to the World Boxing Council, WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26KOs) weighed in at 148.2-pounds on April 4th, as part of the organization's 30-day weigh-in requirement. By this point, Mayweather is likely less than a pound away from the welterweight limit. As BoxingScene.com previously reported, mandatory challenger Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero (31-1-1, 18KOs) weighed in at 159-pounds when the WBC conducted their 30-day weight check. The fight takes place on May 4th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Showtime Pay-Per-View will carry the event.
Being at weight a month before the fight means you spend all your time sharpening your skills not trying to make weight. Also, Guerrero having to cut 15lbs in a month isn't good for anyone especially this magnitude of a…Comment by uniquehump on 04-12-2013
Yeah, Saginaw is bad. They been calling it 'Sagnasty' for years. Top 3 worst city in America per capita, year after year. Half the time we are number 1. I think one year it was Saginaw, Flint and then Detroit.…Comment by radioraheem on 04-12-2013
[QUOTE=uniquehump;13234815]I actually got to see Floyd not too long ago in person when he promoted that fight in Detroit, MI. I didn't want to appear to be a groupie, although I wanted to make the connection that we are months…Comment by elfag on 04-12-2013
[QUOTE=turnedup;13234337]Makes you wonder what his real walk around weight is these days..I say closer to 165-170 if I had to put a number on it.[/QUOTE] Mayweather looks the same all the time. Hes a small framed guy. If he put…Comment by elfag on 04-12-2013
[QUOTE=Dominicano Soy;13231770]Floyd is around the same size as a lot of these Jr WWs, hilarious how he was made to look like the bully after stopping Hatton. I said recently that this helps Mayweather's accuracy, as he doesn't need to…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (185)