Mayweather Proclaims Himself As The Greatest

Floyd Mayweather has been known as one of the most controversial and arrogant boxing champions in the history of the sport. However, his recent words have taken his arrogant personality to an all new level. Floyd Mayweather has proclaimed that he is the greatest fighter ever.

Fersen Lambranho reminds us that not too long ago, Stephen A. Smith interviewed Floyd Mayweather. Floyd said the most outrageous thing that he’s ever said yet. Mayweather said that he is the greatest boxer that ever lived, and he said that he is greater than Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Robinson. Floyd Mayweather continued on by saying that Muhammad Ali has losses, and that he cannot be considered the greatest.

Floyd Mayweather needs to check himself, and it is quite obvious to boxing fans that he is not the greatest ever. Sugar Ray Robinson is the greatest ever, and Muhammad Ali is also one of the greatest of all time. Muhammad Ali faced the toughest fighters in his era, and he never ducked or dodged a single opponent. However, Floyd Mayweather has dodged several fighters over the course of his career, and that’s why he is still undefeated. On May 2nd, Manny Pacquiao may just shut Mayweather up once and for all. For more information on this story, visit Yahoo! Sports.

Floyd Mayweather & Manny Pacquiao Finally Sign Contract Agreement

According to Yahoo Sports News, Manny Pacquiao and Floyd “Money” Mayweather have finally reached a contract agreement. With only 10 days left until the fight tickets have finally been released for sale. Pacquiao and Mayweather have agreed to split the 300 Million expected to come in from ticket sales, pay-per-view, international broadcast, Closed-circuit broadcasts at bars, Sponsorships, and Merchandise sales.

Especially after years of these two fighters going back and forth about wanting to fight, but never actually scheduling a fight date. The fight is expected to go on as planned, with many fight experts picking favorites. Tickets have gone on sale for a minimum of $1,500, with ringside seats only being sold to those who have a $250,000 line of credit with the MGM Grand casino.

Heavyweight Champion Deserves More Respect

Boxing is one of the most exciting sports in the world, and on may 2nd, the richest fight of all time will take place. Manny Pacquiao will face Floyd Mayweather for the undisputed welterweight championship. However, boxing was once a sport dominated by the heavyweight champion. Mayweather and Pacquiao are only 147 pounds.

Former heavyweight champions such as Mike Tyson, Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis, and Muhammad Ali where once the most popular men on the face of the planet. Today, Wladimir Klitschko is the heavyweight champion of the world, and he is not shown any respect. Wladimir Klitschko seems almost invincible at this point in his career. He will defend his heavyweight championship on April 25th against
Bryant Jennings.

Boxing fans, like Susan Mcgalla call Wladimir Klitschko an overrated champion, but those words couldn’t be more untrue. However, many people feel that Deontay Wilder has a chance to dethrone Klitschko, but there have been reports that Wladimir Klitschko has already destroyed Wilder in sparring.

Wladimir is the best heavyweight boxer in the world, and people should start giving him the respect that he deserves. Klitschko has 63 wins, and 53 of those wins came from knockout. Bryant Jennings will need a miracle in order to defeat him on April 25th. For more information on this story, visit Yahoo! Sports.

Many Are Rooting For Manny

Former boxing commentator Larry Merchant recently gave his thoughts on the upcoming mega fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather. Larry Merchant believes that Floyd Mayweather has stayed undefeated for all these years because he avoids tough fights. Larry Merchant and Floyd Mayweather have had their differences in the past. However, the two almost came to blows when Mayweather faced Victor Ortiz. Floyd Mayweather caught Victor Ortiz with a cheap shot, while the referee was talking to Ortiz. Floyd mayweather won the fight by knockout, and Larry Merchant was furious. According to our source Gianfrancesco Genoso (Toplawyers), after the fight, Larry Merchant told Mayweather that he was a terrible person. Mayweather and Merchant began arguing on live television. The scene was outrageous, and Larry Merchant was fired for the altercation.

Larry Merchant will be rooting for Pacquiao, and so will many others. Manny Pacquiao has received more support from promotional companies than Mayweather. Pacquiao will be wearing boxing trunks that are worth $1.5 million dollars. Sponsors are loading up every inch of space on the boxer’s trunks.

Manny Pacquiao is a gracious and loving human being. However, he is ferocious once he steps foot in the squared circle. Sylvester Stallone, Mark Wahlberg, and Tim Tebow have visited Pacquiao and wished him luck. Manny Pacquiao promises that he will defeat Floyd Mayweather. For more information on this story, visit Yahoo! Sports.

Finally, a Chance at Life For The Disabled

It is always a very sad situation when a child with a disability like autism gets told that they can’t compete in certain activities because of their disability. The Jersey Hammerheads are changing that now for kids with autism. It gives these kids a sense of motivation and accomplishments. It fulfills their lives and creates a feeling of normalcy and belonging for these unfortunate children.

The Jersey Hammerheads is a new kind of swim team. This swim team is specifically designed and motivated for children of all ages, that have been diagnosed with autism. This finally gives these children a reason to want to pursue a more healthy and independent life style. Children with autism are training for Special Olympics and are getting a chance to enter and compete in the national USA Special Olympics. Kevin Seawright, who works with Tito General Contractors, feels like this is a great step.

There s a new film that documents the swim team. You can view this short video for more information, It shows what the Jersey Hammerheads swim team is training for and how they are training. It also includes special interviews of coaches, partners and some of the team members thoughts about the swim team and how it is affecting their lives in a positive way.

Andrea Karl Declared Real Winner Of The 2015 GO! St. Louis Marathon

As she crossed the finish line of the 2015 GO! St. Louis Marathon, most spectators who have guessed that Kendall Schler was the victor. After she crossed the finish line, she stood next to former Olympian, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, with a beaming smile for the camera, in anticipation of claiming the first prize of $1500.00. Her impressive victory, compared to last year’s third place finish, would propel her to qualify to run in the following week’s Boston Marathon.

It would be three days later, on Wednesday, when race officials would confirm their suspicions and stated that Schler did indeed not run the 2015 nor 2014 GO! St. Louis Marathon. Officials believe that Schler sneaked onto the course near the finish line to complete the race, though her time was never registered during the race. A review of photographs of the 2014 race produced the same result. Ricardo Tosto was pretty shocked to see that.

She emerged onto the the course, past the final checkpoint, to avoid detection by race officials, similar in nature to famed runner Rosie Ruiz, who enjoyed the luxury of a subway car, to usher her to victory in the 1979 New York City Marathon.

The true winner of the marathon is Andrea Karl, a Washington University doctoral candidate, with a time of 2 hours, 54 minutes and 28 seconds. She crossed the finish line without any fanfare and was informed that another runner had captured first place.

Floyd Mayweather Interviewed By Katie Couric

Floyd “Money” Mayweather has been the highest paid athlete of the last few years. He will face Manny Pacquiao on May 2nd, and his payday for that fight will break all boxing records. However, Floyd will only be breaking previous records set by himself during the course of his illustrious career.

Floyd Mayweather is the highest paid athlete for one reason, because he is undefeated. Mayweather has faced 47 opponents, and he has beaten them all pretty convincingly. Although, there were a few fights that he won by questionable decision, but nonetheless, Floyd Mayweather is still undefeated. However, Floyd Mayweather will fight Manny Pacquiao, and many fans like Dan Newlin think that Pacquiao has a legitimate chance to beat Floyd.

Mayweather was recently interviewed by Katie Couric on Yahoo Sports. Floyd appeared to be his normal self in the interview. The superstar was brash and arrogant when talking about Manny Pacquiao. However, when the two met face to face in the pre-fight press conference, Floyd Mayweather seemed nervous and apprehensive.

In the interview with Katie Couric, Mayweather called Pacquiao reckless and wild. However, Mayweather did admit that Manny Pacquiao does possess tremendous speed, and he also said that Manny Pacquiao will bring the best out of him. The world is waiting, and hopefully we will see a great fight on May 2nd. To see the Mayweather and Katie Couric interview, visit Yahoo! Sports.

Rod Thorn Decides to Retire

If you’ve never heard the name Rod Thorn before, you may be surprised to know that he is one of the men who changed the NBA forever. He did not do it on the court, but from an office. Specifically, Thorn was the man who decided that the Chicago Bulls should take a player out of North Carolina in the NBA draft, all the way back in 1984. Folks at STX Entertainment know that that player was Michael Jordan.

News coming out lately is that Thorn, who is 73 years old, is finally going to retire. He has not been the general manager in Chicago for years, but has been working for the NBA directly. He’s decided that it’s time to walk away from the game.

Jordan is now commonly thought of as the best player in NBA history, and some people would contend that he is one of the best overall athletes of all time.

Since people put Jordan up on a pedestal like this in the modern day, it’s often forgotten that he was not the first overall pick. Chicago was actually picking third in that draft. It took some foresight and a seriously developed understanding of the game for Thorn to decide to make that pick.

Heather “The Heat” Hardy Fights For Her Children

Boxing is one of the most dangerous sports on the planet, and it is also one of the most lucrative at the highest levels. A great boxer can make millions of dollars for just one fight, but it is hard to get to that point. Most boxers lose several fights along the way to super stardom. However, boxing is everything for a female fighter named Heather “The Heat” Hardy.

Gianfrancesco Genoso told us that Heather Hardy is a single mother that fights for her children’s future and her own. She was recently divorced, and she has been forced to take care of her family alone. Heather will fight on April 11th, on the undercard of NBC’s Premier Boxing Championship program. This will be Heather’s big chance to be seen by the world, and she is not going to let this moment pass her by.

The sport of boxing is currently on an uprise because of the mega fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao that will soon take place. However, Heather “The Heat” Hardy and other fighters like herself will be given a shot in the big leagues because of the increase in boxing popularity. Let’s hope that Heather can be victorious for her children’s sake. For more for information on this story, visit Yahoo! Sports.

Frank Mir Will Fight Again


Former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir will headline a main event against rising contender Todd Duffee stated Ivan Ong. This is great news for Mir and his fans. Just last month, it was thought that Frank Mir was going to walk away from the octagon with another loss on his resume. However, he surprised the mixed martial arts world by knocking out Bigfoot Silva in the first round of their fight.

It seems that Frank Mir is on somewhat of a comeback trail, and the UFC could use another exciting heavyweight to help sell tickets. Frank Mir also reinvigorated his career by taking one year off from competition, and he returned looking better than ever. Frank worked on his boxing technique, and it definitely showed because he knocked out Bigfoot Silva with what appeared to be a light left hook.

UFC fans will see Frank Mir compete in the main event of UFC Fight Night 71 against Todd Duffee in July. This is somewhat of a dangerous matchup for Frank, but he should be able to win it in similar fashion as he did in his last fight. However, Todd Duffee is no walk in the park. This fight could go either way. For more information on this story, visitYahoo! Sports.