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R. Mayweather: Floyd Beats Khan, Kicks Pacquiao's Ass

By Ryan Burton

BoxingScene.com recently caught up with Roger Mayweather, uncle and trainer of WBC/WBA welterweight and junior middleweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. (47-0, 26KOs). Roger gave us his thoughts on potential showdowns for his nephew in 2015.

"He's going to get his ass whooped. He is going to get hit by everything, sh*t. That is the fight thought that is going to be big because it will be right here in Las Vegas," Roger said in regards to a potential fight against rival Manny Pacquiao, who holds the WBO welterweight crown.

Roger also said that Amir Khan (30-3, 19KOs) looked great against Devon Alexander this month but that people shouldn't expect the British star to be able to perform in the same manner against Floyd.

"Amir Khan had a good fight. He can fight but he can't do (what he did against Alexander) against Floyd. He's a good fighter but it's different between fighting somebody else and fighting Floyd," Mayweather told BoxingScene.com

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by anilao on 12-30-2014

I would say, okay, okay Roger. Whatever man! Just get Floyd in the ring already and make him do whatever you think he can or will do.

Comment by daggum on 12-30-2014

floyd told khan he had to beat vargas to get a fight with him....if pac beats vargas?

Comment by SeekDaGreat on 12-30-2014

Roger Mayweather: "My nephew be kickin da PaPacquiao s ass doe......if he be signing to that Mayweather Product ions doe....."

Comment by pasawayako on 12-30-2014

just tell your nephew to fight pac.

Comment by FrenchDeLaHoya on 12-30-2014

im sure, so... the fights are scheduled when?

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