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Floyd Mayweather retained the WBA (Super), WBC and The Ring Welterweight titles, and added the WBO Welterweight belt to his collection. Answering the question that has been haunting the boxing world for five years, he masterfully beat Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Money won via an unanimous decision after Judge Dave Moretti had it 10 rounds to two, or 118-110 for Mayweather, while Judges Glenn Feldman and Burt Clements each saw it 116-112, giving Mayweather eight of the 12 rounds.
In the meantime, Manny was surprised by the score. He strongly believes he hit his opponent more times. Evidently, the crowd was not satisfied with the outcome, too, as the winner, who previously was blasted by Mike Tyson after comparing himself to Muhammad Ali, got booed during his victory speech.
I thought I caught him many more times than he caught me,” Pacquiao said. “I was never hurt. I was very surprised by the scores. I thought I hit him much more than he hit me.”
Being the sixth loss in Manny Pacquiao’s professional career, this was probably the most significant victory for Floyd, who improved his record to 48-0.
Mayweather plans on fighting one last bout and ultimately fulfill his 2013 contract with CBS/Showtime. He will be granted the opportunity to match the 49-0 record of former heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano in September.
One of the main reasons Floyd Mayweather’s reputations is far from flawless is his domestic abuse history. He has been involved in seven separate such incidents against five different women. Probably the most prominent abuse was the one on September 9th, 2010 when he beat the mother of three of his four children, Josie Harris.
At the time of the terrifying incident, Floyd’s son Koraun was 10. Unfortunately, the kid and his brother witnessed the incident. He eventually penned a statement for the police, which remained unearthed for almost 5 years, and there’s no better time to publish it online and remind the world of Mayweather’s aggressive behavior than a few hours before his boxing match against Manny Pacquiao, if you ask his opposers.
The handwritten report, available below, reveals what Koruan saw at 4 am on September 9th, 2010. We can only imagine how he felt at the tender age of 10. In 2014, Josie Harris addressed her abusive relationship with…Continue
Mike Tyson issued an official apology to Floyd Mayweather after he called him “a very small, scared man.” A video of Iron Mike weighing in on Money’s controversial comment he is a better boxer than Muhammad Ali was went viral after Tyson lashed out at the undefeated athlete.
He’s very delusional... Greatness is not guarding yourself from the people. Greatness is being accepted by the people. He can’t take his kids to school by himself, he’s a little scared man. He’s a very small, scared man,” Mike told UCN.
In the meantime, various outlets reported the apparent ill will Mike has toward Floyd might stem from a police raid on his home in 2001 after which Tyson suggested Mayweather instructed a woman to accuse him of kidnapping and sexual assault. Even though he was not charged, it is quite understandable why he might not fond of Money.
Following his interview, Mike took to social media to clear the air. He apologized to…Continue
Sevyn Streeter keeps the good vibes flowin’ with the music video premiere for her latest offering, “4th Street“! The track is the second taste of new material we’ve received from her upcoming full-length debut album On the Verge, following the release of her Chris Brown-assisted single “Don’t Kill The Fun.” True to the song’s title, the clip sees the R&B songstress return to Haines City, Fla., where she grew up as Amber Denise Streeter, and reunites with the people she loves most to perform the super-sweet, finger-snapping tribute. I loves me a fierce chick with humble beginnings.
“Out of all the songs on my…Continue
After a steady stream of releases that include a 4-track EP titled Echo and last month’s “Wasteland,” let me finally introduce you to Vérité! The rising NYC-based singer-songwriter has quickly soared into blogsphere fame and acclaim the past few months thanks to her unique brand of hard-hitting, ethereal alt-pop sounds.
With her latest offering, “Colors,” it seems the transition from blog-pop to something bigger is beginning to take form. The Zach Nicita (of MS MR)-produced track takes what we’ve heard from her debut EP and pushes it even further into a sensational alternative pop atmosphere with its gritty electro glitches, stomping drums, and soaring hook. Vérité‘s raw/soulful voice powers through the pristine…Continue