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Anche il padre e allenatore di Zab, Yoel Judah, entra sul ring. Floyd rimane fermo nell'angolo, mentre Yoel e Zab discutono con Roger e altri due individui entrati nel ring fino a quando non arrivano la polizia e la security a mettere ordine.
Roger viene allontanato dal ring, l'incontro tuttavia prosegue fino al termine dei 12 round. Floyd trionfa con i punteggi di , e Secondo le statistiche Mayweather ha sferrato pugni contro gli 82 di Judah.
Mayweather riesce a sconfiggere Baldomir con decisione unanime, a conservare le corone in suo possesso e a conquistare quelle dell'avversario.
Le statistiche mostrano che Floyd ha mandato a segno pugni su , mentre Baldomir ne ha portati a segno solamente 79 su Durante lo scontro Baldomir non riesce a colpire efficacemente Mayweather, il quale riesce a controllare l'incontro e a ferire l' argentino all'occhio sinistro nel primo round.
Questo scenario continua per tutto l'incontro, fino al termine delle 12 riprese. Due giudici danno vittorioso Mayweather per tutti i 12 round.
Proprio la pulizia dei colpi dell'attuale re Pound For Pound gli vale una vittoria per Split Decision. Dopo il match contro De La Hoya nuove voci di un imminente ritiro si spargono sul futuro di Money Mayweather.
Il 23 maggio Ricky Hatton sconfigge in quattro round Jose Luis Castillo e lancia pubblicamente un guanto di sfida a Mayweather per un incontro. Mayweather accetta e viene programmato un match per l'8 dicembre dello stesso anno con in palio la corona WBC dei pesi welter detenuta dallo stesso Mayweather.
Anche questa volta la rete televisiva HBO irradia un nuovo reality show sui due pugili mostrando i loro allenamenti e i risvolti della loro vita privata prima del match.
L'incontro viene vinto al decimo round da Mayweather che, dopo aver atterrato Hatton con un preciso gancio alla tempia, forza lo stop dell'arbitro per evitare che l'inglese possa subire una punizione eccessiva.
Sino a quel momento i tre giudici a bordo ring avevano un sostanziale vantaggio per Mayweather che a lunghi tratti aveva avuto la meglio sul suo rivale.
Dopo l'incontro Mayweather annuncia al mondo della boxe il suo ritiro ai microfoni di una conferenza stampa appositamente convocata. Mosley arriva dalla vittoria per K.
Dal terzo round Mayweather prende gli accorgimenti necessari per portare a termine il match vincendo tutte le rimanenti riprese e aggiudicandosi l'incontro per decisione unanime.
I tabellini dei giudici rispecchiano l'andamento a senso unico del match: , , Prima di riprendere il combattimento, l'ispanico si scusa ripetutamente con l'avversario per la scorrettezza, peraltro platealmente volontaria, addirittura baciandolo su una guancia.
Anche alla ripresa dell'incontro Ortiz sembra voler tergiversare in ulteriori scuse, ma Mayweather gli sferra due poderosi colpi alla mandibola mandandolo inevitabilmente al tappeto.
I due pugili si sono incontrati due volte nell'anno More than 75 cities have seen protests. Curfews are imposed across the US to try to stem the unrest.
President Trump threatens to send in the military to quell growing civil unrest. He says if cities and states fail to control the protests and "defend their residents" he will deploy the army and "quickly solve the problem for them".
Mr Trump poses in front of a damaged church shortly after police used tear gas to disperse peaceful protesters nearby.
Tens of thousands of protesters again take to the streets. A memorial service for George Floyd is held in Minneapolis.
Many more gather outside to show their support. In pictures: Unrest spreads. Why is a US city in flames? George Floyd, 46, died after being arrested by police outside a shop in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Mr Chauvin, 44, has since been charged with murder. It was when officers tried to put Mr Floyd in their squad car that a struggle ensued.
He lay there, face down, still in handcuffs. Twitter hides Trump tweet for 'glorifying violence'.
At one point, Mr Floyd gasps: "You're going to kill me, man. A female bystander told the police: "His nose is bleeding, come on now.
He was pronounced dead about an hour later. Sirimongkol Singwancha. Boxweltmeister im Leichtgewicht WBC April — Arturo Gatti.
Boxweltmeister im Halbweltergewicht WBC Juni — Junior Witter. Zab Judah. Boxweltmeister im Weltergewicht IBF 8. April — Juni Carlos Baldomir.
Boxweltmeister im Weltergewicht WBC 4. November — 6. Andre Berto. Boxweltmeister im Halbmittelgewicht WBC 5.
Mai — 4. Juli Vernon Forrest. Victor Ortiz. Boxweltmeister im Weltergewicht WBC September — Freddie Roach told Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times on December 22 that he would prefer for Pacquiao to give his final blood sample a week before the bout and no later than 72 hours before.
Documents confirmed that the video was recorded on April 8, , 24 days prior to the fight and past the day cut-off date that Pacquiao had demanded for a Mayweather fight.
Both sides agreed to enter into mediation on January 7, , in hopes of coming to an agreement on the blood testing issue.
Retired federal judge Daniel Weinstein, who successfully resolved a prior dispute between Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions, would again act as mediator.
Two days later, after hours of negotiating during mediation, Arum declared that the fight was officially off after Mayweather refused to agree to a day cut-off date.
Mayweather revealed that he offered a day cut-off date to Team Pacquiao, but it was rejected. Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe declared on January 18, , that random blood and urine testing will be implemented in all of Mayweather's future fights, regardless of the opponent.
But my new terms are all the way up to the fight. They can come get us whenever, all the way up to the fight, random drug test.
That's what it is. After the failed negotiations, both fighters moved on to instead face other opponents. Pacquiao was quoted by the Manila Bulletin on May 20, , as saying, "As long as they're not getting a large amount of blood, I am willing to give out blood as close to two weeks before the fight.
And I called him up and asked him about them, and he said that he was misquoted," Schaefer explained to Lem Satterfield of FanHouse.
Arum declared on June 30, , that there were no longer any issues and the decision was up to Mayweather. Sports regarding the dispute over random blood and urine drug testing.
The question is whether Mayweather is willing to fight this year. On July 13, , Arum issued a July 16 midnight deadline for Mayweather.
He could wait until the last minute. If it's Friday [July 16] and it's 11 p. As soon as the deadline for Mayweather's response expired, Arum held a conference call.
Arum revealed to the media that the negotiations he had been referring to consisted of a series of conversations with HBO Sports President Ross Greenburg.
He also revealed that there was no actual direct communication with any representative from Team Mayweather or Golden Boy Promotions:.
I had a couple of conversations with Ross [Greenburg] and I laid out all the terms that would be acceptable to our side and I also informed him about the concession that Manny had made regarding drug testing.
He got back to me in a couple of weeks and told me that he had had discussions with Al Haymon , representing Floyd Mayweather, and that everything looked good and we were nearing a resolution The subsequent conversations with Ross detailed to me conversations he had with Al Haymon.
Nowhere was the name Richard Schaefer or Golden Boy mentioned, although I read, as you all did, Oscar's statement that a deal was close, so I assumed from that Haymon was keeping Schaefer and Golden Boy abreast of the situation.
On July 19, , Ellerbe denied that negotiations ever took place and nothing was ever agreed on. Ellerbe stated:. Here are the facts: Al Haymon, Richard Schaefer and myself speak to each other on a regular basis and the truth is no negotiations have ever taken place nor was there ever a deal agreed upon by Team Mayweather or Floyd Mayweather to fight Manny Pacquiao on November Either Ross Greenburg or Bob Arum is not telling the truth, but history tells us who is lying.
When asked via e-mail for his response to Ellerbe's denial that negotiations ever took place, Greenburg would respond to ESPN's Dan Rafael with the following reply: "As always we have no comment.
Regarding comments he made suggesting that contracts for the mega-fight were close to being finalized, De La Hoya told BoxingScene.
I think I said it because I get the question asked so many times that, obviously, I was fed up and tired of it and I just said like, yeah, yeah, it's gonna get made.
So it was a quick answer that I should have obviously thought about. But, obviously, negotiations weren't going on. Nothing was going on. Also on July 26, Greenburg released a statement saying that he had been negotiating with a representative from each side since May 2, Hopefully, someday this fight will happen.
Sports fans deserve it," Greenburg revealed in a prepared statement sent out to select members of the media. Schaefer again supported Ellerbe's denial of negotiations, and challenged both Greenburg and Arum to take lie detector tests.
I fully stand behind the statement I made. I don't think anybody's test is as vigorous as the test administered by the Olympic Organization.
And we can arrange for the Olympic Organization to handle the test under the supervision of the Athletic commission respective of the state where the fight is going to be held.
However, the following day, Pacquiao's top adviser, Michael Koncz, stated that Pacquiao had never agreed to testing until fight day.
You know, that's something I have to talk to Manny about, but we have nothing to hide," Koncz said. Pacquiao said, "I spoke to Floyd I can't agree with that.
I told him I agree with 55 and 45 split. No problem. On December 20, , The Daily Telegraph reported that Mayweather said Pacquiao's association with promoter Bob Arum is the reason why the bout will not happen.
Ortiz was Mayweather's first challenger in 16 months. From round one, Mayweather used his speed, skills and accurate right hand to tag Ortiz repeatedly.
Mayweather seemed in control through the first three rounds, judges' scores were 30—27, 30—27, and 29—28 for Mayweather, in the fourth round Ortiz had some success, landing a few shots and stinging Mayweather before bulling him into the corner.
He then rammed Mayweather in the face with an intentional headbutt , opening a cut on the inside and outside of Mayweather's mouth.
Referee Joe Cortez immediately called time out and docked Ortiz a point for the blatant foul. Ortiz, apparently acknowledging his wrongdoing, hugged Mayweather in the corner and even appeared to kiss him.
Cortez motioned the fighters back together to resume the fight, without putting them in a neutral corner. Both fighters touched gloves, and Ortiz gave Mayweather another hug.
At that moment, Cortez was not looking at the fighters. As Ortiz let go, Mayweather took advantage of Ortiz not having his hands up and unloaded a left hook which wobbled Ortiz.
Ortiz then looked at the referee, and Mayweather connected with a flush right hand to Ortiz's face. Ortiz fell to the canvas, and was unable to beat Cortez's count as the crowd of 14, jeered Mayweather.
Mayweather vs. Ortiz was purchased by 1. These numbers make the event the second-highest-grossing non-heavyweight pay-per-view event of all time.
Mayweather has appeared in the three biggest non-heavyweight pay-per-view events in the sport's history: Mayweather vs. After negotiations with Manny Pacquiao failed again, on February 1, , it was confirmed that Mayweather would be moving up in weight to fight WBA super welterweight champion and The Ring 1-ranked light middleweight Miguel Cotto.
The WBC put their super welterweight diamond belt at stake. On the evening of Saturday, May 5, Mayweather defeated Cotto in 12 rounds by a unanimous decision, improving his record to 43—0.
Beginning in rounds three and four Cotto cut the ring off from Mayweather, forcing the latter to fight from the ropes.
However, Mayweather seemed to outfight Cotto from the ropes with his combinations and by rolling with most of Cotto's punches. Cotto had more success in the middle rounds, landing his jab and body shots on Mayweather and effectively trapping him on the ropes.
The later rounds were controlled by Mayweather, who boxed more in the center of the ring late in the fight. In the 12th round Mayweather's uppercut stunned and hurt Cotto, but Cotto was able to fight until the end.
The judges scored the fight a unanimous decision for Mayweather by scores of —, —, and — After the fight, Mayweather said Cotto was the toughest fighter he ever faced.
CompuBox had Mayweather outlanding and outworking Cotto in the fight by a significant margin. Mayweather landed 26 percent of his total punches out of , compared with 21 percent out of for Cotto.
In power punches, Mayweather landed of 34 percent , compared with 75 of 23 percent for Cotto. After serving two months, he was released from prison on August 3, On February 4, , Mayweather, who was planning to do a tour in Australia, was denied a visa on the basis of his criminal record and jail term.
Prior to the fight, Guerrero had not lost in 8 years. The first couple rounds were fairly even, with Mayweather attempting to counter and time Guerrero, while Guerrero was attempting to drive Mayweather to the ropes and make it a rough fight.
After the first couple rounds, Mayweather was in complete control, almost hitting Guerrero at will with right hand leads, counters, hooks, and effectively timing Guerrero the rest of the fight.
Mayweather won the fight on all three scorecards — Although no official tallies are reported, according to Showtime Sports executive Stephen Espinoza , the fight had exceeded 1 million purchases in PPV.
Mayweather confirmed via Twitter that a deal was reached to face Ring No. Many observers at ringside thought Mayweather won all twelve rounds.
Judge C. Ross scored the fight —, a draw. Judge Dave Moretti had it —, and Craig Metcalfe scored it — Judge Ross retired after this fight. Speaking of the controversial scorecard, Mayweather said, "I can't control what the judges do.
Mayweather tweeted the news the day after his 37th birthday. The Barclays Center in Brooklyn also made a case to showcase the fight. Mayweather explained why he chose Maidana, "Marcos Maidana's last performance immediately brought him to my attention.
He is an extremely skilled fighter who brings knockout danger to the ring. I think this is a great fight for me and he deserves the opportunity to see if he can do what 45 others have tried to do before him — beat me.
In front of a sold-out crowd of 16,, in what was one of his toughest fights, Mayweather won the bout via majority decision, with scores of —, —, and — Maidana came out aggressive and maintained that stance throughout the fight forcing Mayweather to engage.
CompuBox revealed that Mayweather was hit more times than any of his previous 38 bouts that have been covered by them.
Many times in the fight Maidana threw shots at different angles, forcing Mayweather against the ropes. According to Mayweather in the post fight interview, Maidana's aggressive approach made him change his style of fighting.
There were calls for an immediate rematch. Mayweather said, "He put pressure on me and that's when I decided to fight differently," Mayweather said.
He's a good fighter, I take nothing away from him [ This is what fans want to see. Normally, I box and move.
Tonight, I gave fans an exciting fight. Speaking through a translator, he said, "I definitely think I won.
Floyd had never been hit by a man before. I had to change the gloves [after a last-minute problem with his original gloves on Friday] and I still gave him a great fight.
He did dominate some rounds but the majority, I dominated them. The generated around , although exact figures were not released by Showtime.
On July 10, , Mayweather made the announcement that a rematch with Maidana 35—4, 31 KOs was confirmed.
The fight was billed as "Mayhem". Unlike the first fight, Mayweather came out better prepared for Maidana's style. The final judges' scores were —, —, and — ESPN scored it wider for Mayweather at — A bizarre moment occurred in round 8, whilst in a headlock, Maidana appeared to have bitten Mayweather's left hand.
Mayweather explained this in the post fight, "I didn't know what it was. Something happened and then my fingers were numb. After the eighth round my fingers were numb.
I could only use my other hand. He bit me. I realized he bit me. We were tangled in the middle of the ring and all of a sudden I felt something on my left hand.
He was rubbing my eyes that round. He may have had his glove in my mouth, but I never bit him. Mayweather immediately ran towards him to point to his corner, much to the amusement of the crowd.
Maidana was unhappy with the final verdict and thought he won the fight, "If the judges want to give the fight to fighters that run, they can give it to him.
I was attacking all the time. Maybe I'm wrong, but I thought that I was the aggressor. I kept my plan to be aggressive but he kept holding and pushing.
I don't want to waste my time with a third fight. I trained with all my heart to get this type of result. This is not fair. There's not reason for another fight.
Mayweather was able to counter Pacquiao with his right hand constantly throughout the fight and won via unanimous decision with the scorecards reading —, —, and — Pacquiao told the media after the match that he was limited in the fight due to an injured right arm.
Sports Illustrated reported that Pacquiao fought through a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, which will require surgery. Smith and say I will fight him again?
Yeah, but I change my mind. At this particular time, no, because he's a sore loser and he's a coward. The announcement received some backlash due to Berto being 3—3 in his last 6 fights.
Many felt he wasn't a credible opponent. Welterweight contender Amir Khan was said to be disappointed with the selection. Mayweather was able to pinpoint holes in Berto's guard and find a home for the jab early.
He landed sharp counters and feint hooks while controlling range for the vast majority of the bout. Berto pushed the pace, but his aggressiveness fell short as Mayweather was highly mobile and closed the distance consistently.
Early industry sources reported the fight drew , buys. This was the lowest number of buys Floyd had generated in over 10 years. The fight also gathered a crowd of 13,, also a decreased figure compared to Mayweather previous fights.
Keith Thurman noted, "Amazing speed The idea of a Mayweather comeback floated around April , as rumors of Mayweather Promotions filing for trademarks of "TBE 50" and "TMT 50" hinted that Mayweather might have been targeting that 50th win.
This was confirmed by posts from the U. Patent and Trademark website. On May 7, , Mayweather confirmed that he was the one who started the rumors regarding the potential clash.
Dana White dismissed all the rumors and stated that Mayweather had yet to contact him in case he wanted the fight to push through, since McGregor was in contract with the UFC.
On March 7, , Mayweather urged McGregor to sign the contract, hinting that a fight was really in the works. On June 14, , after months of negotiations, both fighters announced via their Twitter accounts that they would fight on August 26, , at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In front of a crowd of 14,, Mayweather won via TKO in the 10th round, surpassing Rocky Marciano and setting the record for the longest active unbeaten streak in a professional career at 50—0.
In the opening round, Mayweather, as per previous fights, started slow to work out McGregor's tactics. In his post-fight interview, he revealed it was part of the game plan to let McGregor punch himself out in the early rounds.
McGregor won the first round on all three judges scorecards, the same case could have been made for the opening three rounds. McGregor was warned a few times through the fight for hitting behind the head, but no points were deducted by referee Robert Byrd.
By the fourth round, McGregor began to tire and breathe heavily with his mouth open. Mayweather started to take control and landed with his right hands.
For the next few rounds, McGregor came out throwing shots in the opening 30 seconds, but immediately tired, giving Mayweather enough time to carry on landing clean shots and winning the rounds.
By round 9, McGregor had almost nothing left. Although he didn't look hurt, he was very fatigued and his face started showing redness.
Two of the judges scored the round 10—8 for Mayweather. In round 10, McGregor staggered across the ring and was in a bad way against the ropes as Mayweather landed some hard shots.
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