Floyd Mayweather Jr. Boxes Like Magic4737062
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. has usually wanted to box, and many in his family members had the exact same career objectives. His father once fought Sugar Ray Leonard. When he was young, his family members was poor, and it was typical to have no electrical energy in their home. This is in stark contrast to the life they can afford now.
Mayweather had an amateur record of 84-6 and won the Golden Gloves national championship in 1993. He won a bronze medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. The group and fans, as well as Mayweather himself, felt that he won his last bout, but the team appeal failed to reverse the choice of the judges.
Floyd Mayweather had his first pro bout in 1996, and from then to the early part of 1998, he won most of his bouts by knockout or by TKO. He was on his way to the top, and many individuals saw that coming. He won his first title, the WBC Super Welterweight Championship in 1998, and at the end of the year, The Ring ranked him at number eight on the list of very best boxers, pound for pound.
Mayweather continued to defend his title and he fought Diego Corrales, winning every round. The reporters stated that his speed was dazzling. He won, and defended the WBC Super Featherweight title by defeating Carlos Hernandez, in what he described as one of the most tough fights in his career.
In the lightweight class, Mayweather fought and defeated Jose Luis Castillo as his first bout in the division. Castillo merely was not fast sufficient to fight Mayweather and win. They fought in a rematch at a later date and Mayweather won by unanimous decision.
Mayweather's fighting style was described as "like magic" by the trainer of the first opponent in the next weight class in which Mayweather fought. Mayweather also fought Arturo Gotti, who was at the time rated the number one contender by The Ring. Mayweather was merely too fast for Gotti, and won when the fight was stopped following the sixth round. This gave Mayweather his third weight class title. He left that weight class and moved to the Welterweight division.
After he fought Gotti, Mayweather fought a non-title fight and then beat Zab Judah to win the IBF Welterweight title. Mayweather landed a blow below the belt in round ten, and there was a melee in the ring following the blow and the call. Police had to assist restore order. Mayweather did win the fight by official scoring. The choice was not overturned, but Mayweather's trainer, Roger Mayweather, was fined and suspended for a year.
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