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Video: Shane Mosley on Pacquiao-Bradley, Son's Debut

Luis Sandoval catches up with former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley to discuss retirement, the upcoming pro debut of Shane Mosley Jr., who is set to debut on April 26th in Ventura, California. Shane breaks down his son's talents and what he will bring to the ring. Mosley also gives his opinion on the Manny Pacquiao-Tim Bradley rematch and the welterweight unification between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Marcos Maidana.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by moonshineman on 04-10-2014

Nobody listens to SHAME.

Comment by TLC8 on 04-08-2014

Thinking Bradley is hungrier than Pacquiao is a sign you're punch drunk.

Comment by Evol on 04-08-2014

[QUOTE=jrrod02;14404958]I know Mosley had 3 kids with his Asian wife, but if I remember correctly all 3 had Korean first names. So I don't think Jr. was one of them. I'm sure he had him with another girl.[/QUOTE] damm didnt…

Comment by JrRod on 04-08-2014

[QUOTE=balintawak;14404712]Jr is taller. Does anybody know who his mother is? Is she white, or is she the Asian woman that Shane Sr. divorced recently?[/QUOTE] I know Mosley had 3 kids with his Asian wife, but if I remember correctly all…

Comment by BigAlexSand on 04-08-2014

Do we have another Jr, who does nothing to excite or push on the family name or will we have a man than surpasses his father. Will be interesting to see! The kid obviously has the natural athletic gifts but…

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