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Photos: Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s Sparring Partners in Camp

By Chris Robinson

It’s no secret that Floyd Mayweather Jr. can run a tight ship when it comes to his camps, but yesterday the five-division champion changed things up a bit by broadcasting his Monday afternoon sparring and training at his personal gym in Las Vegas.

And while all cameras and videos were off limits for those in the building when Mayweather made his entrance, I was still able to catch up with Mayweather's core group of sparring partners beforehand, as well as some of the other young talent in the building.
 
Bastie Samir, J'Leon Love, Ramon Montano, Omar Henry, and Luis Arias have been serving as sparring partners for Mayweather Jr. (42-0, 26KOs), as the current WBC welterweight champion prepares for his upcoming fight with WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto on May 5th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DoomCity202 on 03-28-2012

The only one i thought had a chance was Shane......like 2005 and before and yes he stayed the hell away from him long enough. Other than that Nargarito would have been another Diego Corrales r.i.p. Floyd was still at 135…

Comment by punchville on 03-28-2012

and paul williams..

Comment by punchville on 03-28-2012

[QUOTE=DoomCity202;11942734]who did you think would beat him? Let me guess Margaritos wide punch plaster hand ass. And asking a fighter to test is considered ducking if the fighter wont test. I know I know.[/QUOTE] tsyu, margarito and pacquaio..

Comment by DoomCity202 on 03-28-2012

[QUOTE=punchville;11942718]zero...floyd has ducked all the fighters i thought were going to beat him.[/QUOTE] who did you think would beat him? Let me guess Margaritos wide punch plaster hand ass. And asking a fighter to test is considered ducking if the…

Comment by DoomCity202 on 03-28-2012

[QUOTE=PRking718;11942389]This cat is still nice no matter what but he cant bang with Cotto. He cant go toe to toe. Not happening. Not with a focused Cotto who knows Margarito ****ed his life up for several years. He's not getting…

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