Last night before Floyd Mayweather beat Robert Guerrero by unanimous decision, Lil Wayne helped the undefeated fighter to the ring with a performance of “No Worries.”
With the big fight between Floyd Mayweather and Robert Guerrero going down tomorrow night, Showtime concludes their All Access series. Check the final episode up top and place your bets in the c-section below. Another Mayweather victory? Or will Guerrero come with the upset and add the elusive “-1″ to Floyd’s record?
Shot by Shake & Lonnie. Edited by Tnel Moniq.
In the same fashion as Zab Judah, I helped shoot the latest installment of Life+Times‘ The Corner w/ Welterweight Champion Robert Guerrero. For those that don’t know, Robert will be facing off with Floyd Mayweather May 4th (aka #mayday) at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. In the clip above, Rob and his (hilarious OG) pops Rueben speak on the upcoming bout and share the confidence in an ultimate victory.
What about y’all? Will Robert Guerrero give Floyd his first loss or will Money Mayweather keep his untarnished record?
Before his bought with Robert Guerrero on May 4th, Floyd Mayweather was joined by DJ Enuff and The Heavy Hitters for a exclusive media day at the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas.
Showtime continues their All Access series with Common handling the narrative. In episode three, both fighters are peaking in training camp (which I had a chance to look in on earlier). Floyd talks about his last fight against Miguel Cotto while Guerrero talks about his only loss.
Again with Common acting as narrator, Showtime airs the second episode of their All Access series surrounding the upcoming Mayweather/Guerrero fight on May 4th.
As I said the other day, I joined my good friend Andreas Hale at the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles to spend the day with Manny Pacquiao and his team as they prepare for the fourth clash with Juan Manuel Marquez. In part two of the Life+Times piece we showcase Manny’s rigorous training, Bob Arum explains why this fight will be different than the previous three and the changes Manny has made in his personal life in order to be the best fighter he can be. We also address the elephant in the room: Floyd Mayweather. Bob Arum, Manny Pacquaio and Freddie Roach all give their take on whether they still believe the fight will happen and what exactly is holding it up. And last but not least, Bob Arum discusses the similarities between Pacquiao and Muhammad Ali and where he believes Pacman belongs on the list of top pound-for-pound boxers of all-time.
In case you missed part one, click here, as we discussed the first three fights between Pacquiao and Marquez, why Pacquiao decided not to face Timothy Bradley in a rematch after their controversial last bout and more.
A behind-the-scenes look at Curtis and Floyd’s shoot for the latest issue of XXL.
DJ Suss One – Champion f. Jadakiss, Lloyd Banks, French Montana, Junior Reid & Floyd Mayweather [CDQ]
CDQ version of DJ Suss One’s latest single off his upcoming album The Feature Presentation. Shouts to OnSMASH.
Who you got: Roy Jones, Jr. or Money Mayweather as the “best worst boxer-turnt-rapper?” I still gotta give it to Roy for his memorable showings on “I Smoke, I Drank” and, of course, the effervescent “Y’all Musta Forgot.” Besides, Floyd just pulled a DJ Khaled at the end of this one anyways. Props to DHH.
“50 Cent is one of my best friends,” Mayweather said. “He’s a great person, great guy. He’s very controversial. He’s surrounded by a lot of controversy like myself. In the rap game he’s taking on all comers. In the fight game, I’m taking on all comers.”
“All comers!” 50 added. “You know what people mistake about Floyd? When he says ‘money.’ When he makes reference to money, it’s not like he doesn’t have a passion for the actual art form of boxing or the skill, because he’s obviously the best fighter out there. And they still can’t find anybody out there who can beat him.” – Mixtape Daily
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