In the end, it was Floyd being Floyd

The only thing ordinary about Mayweather's night was his dominance in the ring

Originally Published: September 15, 2013
By Tim Keown | ESPN The Magazine

LAS VEGAS -- The four floor heaters in Floyd Mayweather's dressing room were set to 94 degrees, and it didn't take long for him to start complaining that it was too damned cold. He was wearing a sweatshirt, lying on a leather couch with two folded white towels and a brown Yves Saint Laurent blanket acting as a pillow. It was about two hours before his fight with Canelo Alvarez, an hour before Justin Bieber made a loud and prolonged entrance, and about three hours before he reduced Alvarez to just ...

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