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Of course not. That's 3 months of not eating/exercising the way you've been doing it for years. He'd have to fight an "easy" fight when he comes out, and slowly get back in perfect Floyd shape. But we all know Floyd has really high standards for tune ups. Marquez, Ortiz, to name some. A Floyd tune up is a tough fight for any other fighter. Let's say he fights Guerrero coming off a strong performance against Aydin, that's considered a tune up or soft fight for Floyd but the truth is Guerrero would be seen a s a tough fighter for any other top WW.
Tune ups for a normal fighter, are fighters outside of the top 10, who are sure wins. Floyd's tune ups are anything from top 5 P4P, top 3 in their division, champion in their division, top 10.