Mayweather remains undefeated after beating Maidana for a second time with no problem
Sep 14 2014 9:59 AM
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Mayweather (47-0, 26 KOs) successfully defended his WBC and WBA Welterweight and WBC Super Welterweight World Championships with a unanimous 12-round decision victory in a rematch with Argentine slugger Maidana (35-5, 31 KOs) on Saturday in front of 16,144 fans at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, live on SHOWTIME PPV®.

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Radam G says:

Money May is a master of the hoodwink and bamboozle. Scribes ought to just quit asking him about Da Manny. For Money May, he is too uncanny. And would kick his arse. And would save the late, great Rocky Marciano's record from being broke twice. Actually Julio Cesar Chavez crushed it back in da day.

In all actuality, the record for consecutive win$ without a lost by a champ is 87, not 49. And that record belongs to JCCS.

Optical illusions are everywhere. A * should be put on everyone of them. Holla!

The Shadow says:

[QUOTE=Radam G;64277]Money May is a master of the hoodwink and bamboozle. Scribes ought to just quit asking him about Da Manny. For Money May, he is too uncanny. And would kick his arse. And would save the late, great Rocky Marciano's record from being broke twice. Actually Julio Cesar Chavez crushed it back in da day.

In all actuality, the record for consecutive win$ without a lost by a champ is 87, not 49. And that record belongs to JCCS.

Optical illusions are everywhere. A * should be put on everyone of them. Holla![/QUOTE]

Exactly!

The only records that would be broken are 1) Marciano's individual fight record — as in “what's your record, 12-2?” — and 2) the broken record the media's been playing for over 50 years in regards to this supposed historic mark.

This one dude Cesar Cuenco or whatever his name is inching closer to this delible mark. He's 47-0 with a remarkable TWO victories inside the distance!

(Two knockouts. Two. Dos. To. Zwei.)

At 32-0, he faced a tough guy named M&M or something with an 11-10 record to raise his record to 33 consecutive wins.

Wow! What a phenom!