Mayweather proves time is still now
LAS VEGAS -- A 36th birthday, a year off -- two months of which was spent in jail last summer on a domestic abuse conviction -- would normally be the recipe for disaster for any fighter taking on a quality opponent. But Floyd Mayweather Jr., the pound-for-pound king, is not just any fighter. Instead, he looked the way he always looks: dominant.
Mayweather easily retained the world welterweight championship with a masterful one-sided beatdown of interim titlist Robert Guerrero on Saturday ...
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