Floyd Mayweather, Jr: The Best Ever
“Floyd Mayweather isn’t going to duck anybody. My job is to go out there, rack up victories and be the best Floyd Mayweather I can be.”
This is how Floyd Mayweather, Jr, an undefeated professional boxer defines himself.
TBE- The Best Ever.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is a five-division world champion with ten world titles . He has a boxing record of playing 47 matches and winning all 47 of them. Floyd bagged the three national Golden Gloves and is considered as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world by several news reports and sports organisations.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. The Pretty Boy
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was called the Pretty Boy early in his career for his unmarked face. He has managed to serve justice for his nickname even to this day.
“When people see what I have now, they have no idea of where I came from and how I didn’t have anything growing up.”
Floyd came from a family of boxers, with his father being a famous one himself and also an uncle being a boxer. He was trained from an early age by his father. How convenient it feels to have a professional at home to train you from the start, right? Before you agree with my last statement let me clear you about his childhood. It wasn’t an easy one for him. Floyd also nicknamed as money today had to battle for the same many years of his childhood. He once decided to quit his school to start working and raise money, thanks to his grandmother who instead advised him to consider boxing seriously. That’s how Floyd’s focus was shifted towards boxing.
As a child Floyd faced many challenges. There were days in his life when he returned home to see his father dealing with cocaine trafficking business and his mother’s addiction to drugs. He expresses in one of his interviews, “People don’t know the hell I’ve been through.” It sure wasn’t a pleasant childhood, but what fascinates is the path he chose to become in spite of all the evil distractions in his life.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. has a couple of personal problems which has resulted him with jail sentences for a couple of days in his life. Despite all this, he still continues his boxing career and is doing great with it. I think we are smart enough to appreciate good things in a person and take motivation from those. And yes! Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is a motivation!
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