One reason I never liked Floyd Mayweather Jr. is because of his attitude. I just can't stand arrogant fighters. In general, be it boxing, mma or any other sport.
I prefere guys who only open their mouth if they really got something to say. Unfortunately this gentleman really knows how to box, which make it worse, cuz in general guys with big mouths lack in skill
that was a great interview, i can't stand when journalists/interviewers don't try and force an answer when somenone is ducking.
i think the question is very valid about fighting marquez. marquez beats him and all of a sudden you have a super fight in marquez/pacman, he loses he can say he was fighting someone two weight classes higher.
mayweather made some great points, you can't blame him for not having a good counter part when he was champ.
i just wished that the interviewer would have pointed out that yes he does make more money but at least at the end of his career he won't be punch drunk and even today mayweather can't put a coherant sentence together.
Priceless! Floyd needs to spend a few million on a brain. Kenny missed an opportunity to point out to Mr "pound for pound" clueless that he was the "interviewer" every time he said, "let me ask you one question"? He must be very insecure to personally attack a sportscaster and make a point to compare incomes. However, it would not surprise me if 10 yrs from now we are watching a segment on ESPN detailing the fall of a superstar and how all the millions he once had are all gone! And it would be ironic if Brian Kenny was the one narrating it.
great interview. i havent seen an aggressive interview like this in a while. usually sportscasters show a lot of respect for the athletes that they are interviewing. glad to see kenny having some fun with floyd