The evolution of the boxing diva

Times have changed regarding what is considered acceptable behavior in boxing

Updated: February 13, 2013, 3:23 PM ET
By Nigel Collins | ESPN.com

Four muscle-bound men dressed in ancient Egyptian costumes carried what looked like a gilded throne down the aisle toward the boxing ring inside the Mandalay Bay Event Center. Standing on the gaudy contraption and wearing faux Roman garb, complete with breastplate, was Floyd Mayweather Jr. He had a red-plumed helmet tucked under his arm and an imperious look on his youthful face, seeming oblivious to the laughter and catcalls that accompanied his grand entrance.

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