By Rick Reeno
Good friends, but better enemies. The cliché theme which surrounds Saturday's pay-per-view extravaganza between "Pretty Boy" Floyd Mayweather (35-0, 24 KOs) and IBF welterweight champion Zab "Super" Judah (34-3, 25 KOs). The two meet in the main event at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, NV. Floyd Mayeather weighed in at 146 pounds, while the champion Zab Judah tipped the scales at a very ripped 145.5 pounds.
If Judah has any hope of salvaging his declining career, he has to fight great to win or look great in losing. Regardless of the outcome, Judah cannot afford a poor performance in the ring. Mayweather needs to win big, or at the very least put on a more dominating performance than Carlos Baldomir had against Judah in January.
Forget what both fighters have been saying, both of them have a lot of pressure on them to put on a spectacular performance. The pressure to perform well is a good thing for the boxing public, because both men will be hitting the ring with the mindset of giving their very best.
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