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Maidana Taunts Mayweather Over Broner's Defeat

By Edward Chaykovsky

WBA welterweight champion Marcos Maidana (35-3, 31KOs) has returned fire to Floyd Mayweather Jr. (45-0, 26KOs), the 147-pound champion of the WBC. On December 14th at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Maidana pulled off a stunner when he won a convincing twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Adrien Broner, who Mayweather considers to be a close and personal friend.

Late Wednesday night, Mayweather took a shot at Maidana with a photo on the social networks.

On Thursday, Maidana wrote in response - "Your little brother wasn't good enough for this bizcocho, but who knows - maybe you are the next one in the family?"

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by John Barron on 12-28-2013

[QUOTE=sirron000;14073496]This is why some posters shouldn't post...because they have no knowledge of boxing[/QUOTE] yup just another loud militant retard nobody should be paying attention to.

Comment by SoulByThePound on 12-28-2013

[QUOTE=sugarsmosley;14073336]mayweather would make a racist rant on argentine fighters, but he wouldn't want to upset sergio martinez[/QUOTE] ranting against one country isnt racist, thesame way some fighters and fans abroad rant against americans and that isnt racist

Comment by tank17211 on 12-27-2013

[QUOTE=wonder187;14074873]Looks like khan should have Grew some balls and Fought Alexander insted of playing it safe and hoping for the Mayweather fight.[/QUOTE] Your right that was such a beyotch move. That just shows how confident he is in his ability.

Comment by sergey.smith on 12-27-2013

Everyone wants a shot at the Mayweather lottery within 20 pounds of his weight! :)))

Comment by TLC8 on 12-27-2013

[QUOTE=WalkerSmith1921;14073976]What are you tired of? The man fought 12 champions in a row dude. He just fought the jr. middleweight champion and won an easy decision. Before that he fought Robert Guerrero won easily. Miguel Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Shane Mosley,…

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