Posts Tagged ‘Floyd Mayweather’

Comments Off on Floyd Mayweather’s 26 Knockouts

Floyd Mayweather Jr heads into Saturday’s fight with Conor McGregor with a 49-0 record ahead of what many expects to be his final bout. The 40 year old American has a 49-0 record having knocked out 26 of his opponents over a 21-year career. Conor McGregor is a Mixed Martial Arts fighter who will be making his professional boxing debut. Odds on the Mayweather v McGregor fight show that Mayweather is the clear favourite and he’s even odds on to score a knockout victory. Here are those 36 boxers that Floyd Mayweather knocked out: Professional Debut In his first fight as a pro after winning Bronze at the 1996 Olympics, Floyd Mayweather won his first professional bout with a TKO versus Mexican boxer Roberto Apodaca after 37 seconds of the second round. This bout took place at Read more […]

Comments Off on Conor McGregor’s 4/1 Odds in Mayweather Bout Justified

Like a freight train, the dawn of 26 August 2017 continues to bear down on the two most outspoken and entertaining athletes in a generation. Just two short weeks from now, Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather will finally know how their respective personal quests will conclude. In a bout that promises to go down as a watershed moment in the coming ages, both fighters are also on something of a comeback trail, with Mayweather having last fought in September 2015. For his part, McGregor has been absent from octagon for nine months, having won the UFC lightweight title at UFC 205. The world remains expectant of a victory for Floyd Mayweather Jr, and all of the odds and betting markets for Mayweather VS McGregor reflect universal confidence from bookmakers in the man from Grand Rapids. However, Read more […]

Comments Off on Las Vegas Card Set To Put On Event Of The Century

Mayweather Promotions have confirmed the full card for the Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor event later this month at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas where the former number one pound-for-pound boxer is making his return from retirement to take on one of the stars of UFC inside a boxing ring.                                                                             Forbes via Twitter Mayweather is unbeaten in 49 fights and quit the sport following his win over Andre Berto almost two years ago. The lure of McGregor proved too much though and he is set to meet the Irishman over 12 rounds where he is the warm favourite at -450 in the Mayweather v McGregor betting, with the former UFC world champion available at +333.33. McGregor has never fought Read more […]