The undefeated boxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr. has had a legendary career and it was back in 2017 he decided to bid adieu to the world of pro-boxing. Despite that, he engaged in exhibition bouts and he also began motivating the budding boxing stars. He recently discussed a sad issue. Tyson Fury Offering Huge Money To Anthony Joshua
Floyd Mayweather opens up on ‘Losing His Memory’
Mayweather recently came across rising boxing sensation, Jose Zepeda. Here, ‘Chon’ asserted that he was Mayweather’s sparring partner once. Unfortunately, ‘Pretty Boy’ couldn’t recall the same. This led to many fans trolling Mayweather over potential memory loss.
The undefeated boxing star finally broke his silence on this matter while he was in a fresh interaction with the media:
“It was some little fighter talking about, who was he? (Jose Zepeda) He sparred with me. Okay, well, my thing is this, I’m proud of him for his victory. But if you’ve done something spectacular, when you sparred with me, I’m going to remember you. Now, I’m human and one thing that we can’t play with is memory loss.” My grandmother died from it, my uncle Roger died from it. My daddy’s going through it so I’m only human, so if can I have a little memory loss, it’s possible.”