Thursday, April 26, 2012

Mayweather believes hard work and dedication

The undefeated five-division world champion opens his doors to the fans and the world for an uncut, unscripted view of his training regimen as he prepares for the Mayweather vs Cotto event on May 5th, 2012 at the Entertainment Capital of the World.

Floyd Mayweather (42-0) firmly thinks that the main reason why he is the pound for pound king today is his hard work and dedication. Won all of his 42 professional bouts, Floyd sees himself as a “good guy” instead of a “bad guy” as what many of his detractors tag him. Considers himself as a respectable person, not only in boxing but also as a father to his kids and a boss in his training camp, Mayweather claims that he is not “trash talking” because he can do the things he said.

Miguel Cotto (37-2) acknowledges that Floyd will be a difficult opponent for him but with the proper training and strategies, he can enter the shoulder roll defense of the undefeated Grand Rapids, Michigan native. Miguel now trains with Pedro Diaz instead of popular trainer Emmanuel Steward, who is busy training the Klitschko brothers and other pugilists. Cotto, who will defend his WBA (World Boxing Association) Light Middleweight Belt, sees a tough competition ahead but believes in his skills to defeat the very elusive Mayweather.

Floyd is boxing icon today. He is a future hall of famer and he will be looked by many boxing fans as a “bad guy” because of the way he talks in front of the camera. Many people do not like him because it seems he is avoiding a mega-fight against another pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao, who is also very hard working and dedicated to everything he do.

The Mayweather vs Cotto fight will be on May 5th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas Nevada. The Mayweather vs Cotto fight will be shown live on HBO Pay-per-View.

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