Floyd Mayweather remains one of the most legendary boxers in all the pro boxing world. Floyd Mayweather also previously posted a heartbreaking photo of his girlfriend.
Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather previously announced that he will make his return to the squared circle next month in Dubai to face former sparring partner Don Moore in an exhibition match. The Hall of Famer sees no problem with his decision to continue taking exhibition opportunities. In the end, what matters to him is earning more money.
British YouTuber Deji faced one of the all-time greats, Floyd Mayweather Jr. The duo faced off ahead of the weekend and squared off against each other in Dubai on November 13 last year.
Errol Spence Jr took to social media to reject that he’d been hurt by Floyd Mayweather Jr during a sparring session many, many years ago when the superstar was still in the game.
Mayweather wasn’t much of a puncher at welterweight, so it’s difficult to take what his former pad holder Nate Jones says seriously.
“I try not to speak on sparring but great work, a hell of an experience never buckled he cap,” said Errol Spence Jr on Twitter, responding Nate Jones, the former pad holder for Floyd Mayweather Jr, saying that he had hurt him in sparring many years ago.
“It was very intense, and Errol at the time was trying to prove himself that he was a dominant force in boxing,” said Nate Jones on his Youtube channel, discussing the sparring that took place a decade ago between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Errol Spence Jr.
“Mayweather was on his last two legs out the game. One of the fights that Floyd had scheduled, he used Errol Spence as a sparring partner for one of the southpaw fights that Floyd had.
Errol was giving Floyd some good work. There were some intense moments. He was hitting Floyd with some good clean shots. Floyd was very smart. He knew what he was doing.
“He never hurt Floyd. He got Floyd’s attention. I seen him get Floyd’s attention, but he never rattled Floyd like Floyd rattled him one day,” Jones continued.
“A lot of people were going around saying that Floyd was getting his butt whooped in sparring [by Spence]. Floyd was handling him well, and I had to tell him to stop doing. I jumped on top of the ring, and I went off on Floyd in front of everyone. I went crazy.