Tuesday, April 27

Former Five-Weight WOrld Champion, Floyd Mayweather Jr. Claimed That He Is The World's Best Ever Boxer Made As Muhammad Ali-like: Mayweather vs. Mosley Post Fight

"I don't care what fighter you're going to name, I'm the best," as he told reporters before his welterweight clash over Shane Mosley at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday. He added "Throw a name at me and I'll break his stats down. Whatever they've done I've done it quicker, with no losses."
The former 5 weights champion who has never lost a professional bout, made a Muhammad Ali-like claim on Tuesday, declaring himself the world's best ever boxer.

Mayweather offered an appraisal of Ali, referencing his loss to Leon Spinks in 1978 for the world heavyweight title in his opponent's eighth fight.

Floyd says "Leon Spinks with seven wins beat you?", as if posing the question to Ali, who often declared himself 'the greatest'.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. (40-0, 25 KOs) not only anticipates victory over three-time champion Mosley (46-5, 39 KOs) however, he says would defeat every future opponent who challenged him, "The ultimate goal in boxing right now is to find a fighter that can beat Floyd Mayweather," "And it's not going to happen."

He expressed bewilderment that the Boxing Writers Association of America recently voted Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines, and not him, as Fighter of the Decade.
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