Found April 23, 2012 on
Pro Boxing Fans:
Floyd "Money" Mayweather invites boxing fans around the globe to tune into his media workout tomorrow as he streams it live on his website www.floydmayweather.com. Mayweather wants to give fans a preview of what's in store on May 5 when he takes on Miguel Cotto from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. which will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View®. The live stream of Mayweather's training session will take place on Tuesday, April 24, at 6:45 pm Eastern.
Of course, this isn't the first time that Mayweather has provided fans with this opportunity. It's becoming a a recurring theme for Money Mayweather and his efforts to reach out to the boxing community.
Whether you love him or hate him, you have to like the access he provides for this kind of event, and you have to enjoy his innovative, intelligent marketing. It was Mayweather, of course, that came up with the idea of the 24/7 series, which is now a staple of HBO's boxing...
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As he prepares to take on Floyd Mayweather on May 5, Miguel Cotto will share some of his thoughts with us.
In the latest installment, Cotto discusses how he feels about those who think he won't beat Mayweather.
Q: Many agree that this will be one of the toughest matches of your career. Does it discourage you when you hear some doubt your prospects of a win? How do you respond...
Episode 2 Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto 24-7
On Saturday night, while Showtime displayed some live boxing action, HBO debuted the second episode of Mayweather vs. Cotto 24/7. As always, we have a complete, detailed recap for you of all of the action. Read on for our full Mayweather-Cotto 24 7 episode 2 recap as the training camps pick up and the fight looms just two weeks away...
You know boxing in is a bad place when cable companies are calling customers and offering to waive fees if they prchase upcoming title bouts as DirecTV is now actively doing to push sales for the upcoming Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Miguel Cotto fight on Cinco de Mayo. The fight is yet another installment of Mayweather not fighting against Manny Pacquiao and has drawn much crticism from...
How Miguel Cotto can Defeat Floyd Mayweather
“There’s no blueprint on how to beat me.”
-Floyd Mayweather, Jr., on March 27, 2012
Developing a strategy for facing an undefeated fighter is both a blessing and curse. On the downside, footage does not exist over which to pour over and pick apart, looking frame by frame to find where he has stumbled in the past. A writer’s...
It's not enough for Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto to rule on pay-per-view. They want to reign over movie theaters as well.
(That was a pun on the Ring Kings name given to the event. Not too shabby, eh?)
Fathom Events is making the May 5 card, which also features a big co-feature pitting Saul "Canelo" Alvarez against "Sugar" Shane Mosley, available...
This Saturday night on HBO, besides the live fight action with the Bernard Hopkins vs. Chad Dawson II fight, fight fans can also check out the third episode of Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto 24/7. Right here, you can check out a special video preview of Mayweather-Cotto 24/7 episode 3. By the time the episode debuts on Saturday night, the fight will be just one week away.
Yesterday at the Mayweather Boxing Club, Floyd Mayweather Jr. invited media as he gave a small preview of his workout and preparation for Miguel Cotto on May 5th. Let us tell you, Mayweather is a animal. The following highlight video we put together was shot of the course of three hours in which Mayweather took [...]
So just another crazy day in Las Vegas, NV as Floyd Mayweather Jr. held his media workout in preparation for his bout with junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto on May 5th at the MGM Grand. Mayweather, rapper 50 cent, and the rest of the money team where all in the house as Mayweather worked out [...]
Lately some quality boxing writers -- Michael Woods, Bart Barry, Joseph Santoliquito -- have examined seriously in various ways the question of how Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is perceived, and whether he deserves a bad image, partly because Floyd has been complaining lately about how he doesn't. These are my two cents: Yes he does, basically.
Mayweather's more devoted fans...
People seemingly can’t get enough of Floyd.