Found September 15, 2013 on The Queensbury Rules:
We understand to a point, from watching Floyd Mayweather, that he is a true great. But too often, he's not given us the evidence of it that he could. Saturday night on Showtime pay-per-view, he gave us "beyond a reasonable bout" level evidence with a brilliant win over Saul Canelo Alvarez that made him the true junior middleweight champion of the world, his fourth lineal championship in his fourth division, matching the historical mark of his generational rival Manny Pacquiao and doing it with such ease that he might as well have been making a routine right turn in one of his Bugattis. There will be people who will say, after this fight, that Alvarez was too green and not ready for someone like Mayweather. But when might he ever have been? Who would've been more competitive Saturday, if not Alvarez? Mayweather simply owned Alvarez, scoring a shutout on some fans' and writers' cards. I gave Alvarez the 2nd and the 8th, both of which were close rounds at be...
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