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Photo: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Reunites With Dad For May 4
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WBC welterweight king Floyd Mayweather Jr. announced on the social networks that he officially reunited with his father, Floyd Mayweather Sr. Big Floyd will train his son for the upcoming title defense on May 4th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Floyd Sr. trained his son in the early part of his career - until the two of them had a falling out and then uncle Roger Mayweather took over. Roger has been dealing with health issues for the last few months and Floyd Sr. has stepped in as head trainer. Over the last few years Floyd Sr. has trained a number of top fighters - including Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton and Chad Dawson.

The May 4th opponent is still unknown. Robert Guerrero is viewed by insiders as the frontrunner, despite Floyd Jr. naming IBF champion Devon Alexander as the frontrunner last week.

Mayweather Jr. wrote - "Me & my trainer (my dad) back working together getting ready for May 4th."

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


 

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comment by Ringlife, on 02-15-2013
Its good to that I hope it works out Mayweather Sr just needs to let his son shine. It's his time now. Instead of him trying to be the center of attention he needs to kick back and enjoy the time with his son.

comment by Thaibox, on 02-15-2013
[QUOTE=Evol]He's fighting Guerrero!! Stop with the excuse "if" he lose. Lol. It's ****ing Guerrero!![/QUOTE] I'll bet everyone on here was praising Guerrero after his last win, as they should have. He showed grit, heart, and the makings of a true champ. Now that he's fighting Floyd it's sudden...

comment by KickAzz, on 02-15-2013
the reason why Floyd is having his dad train him is because Floyd is mad at Roger for saying the fight against Pac and JMM will happen.

comment by MindBat, on 02-15-2013
Good to see dad and son working together again. The 24/7s should be interesting. Floyd is BACK!!! :boxing:

comment by Evol, on 02-14-2013
[QUOTE=Alpha & Omega]Well I am sure all of you Floyd haters are drooling about Floyd not having Roger in his corner, first fight out of prison, drama with his father now being his trainer and their terrible relationship, falling out with his best friend 50 cent....all the factors are there for an...

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