Floyd Mayweather Jr Tickets


Floyd Mayweather Jr, the boxing legend is all set to headline a series of potential stellar fights. However, there are two bouts that really stand out from the rest. First up is a fight with Bolton based “Amir Khan” who is expected to take on Devon Alexander in December. If he wins that then chances are that he will get to step inside the ring against Mayweather Jr. Then there is “Manny Pacquiao” who has had his share of verbal exchanges with Mayweather. This is one fight the world wants to see. There are talks of the bout taking place but whether the dream fight actually happens, remains to be seen. Mayweather will be ready for both fights like he always. He is unbeaten and that sums it all up.


Name: Floyd Mayweather Jr

Number of Division Championships: 5

Current Ring Ranking: 1

Floyd Mayweather Jr is one of the greatest boxing stars that world has ever seen. He is yet to find out what it feels to be on the receiving end of a losing contest which is nothing short of staggering. The excitement he generates every time he steps inside the ring is enormous to say the least which is why fans try to get their hands on Floyd Mayweather Jr tickets as early as possible. After all who wants to miss a fight headlined by this superstar boxer.
The Beginning
Floyd Mayweather Jr was born in a family of boxers. He won two “Golden Glove” titles during 1990's and a bronze medal at the 1996 Olympic Games as an amateur.
Floyd Mayweather Jr then decided to turn professional and took on “Roberto Apodaca” on his debut.  It took Mayweather just two rounds to record his first win. That started an impressive early run where he went on to receive widespread acclaim as a young boxer.
An Early Achiever
Two years after making his debut Mayweather took on “Genaro Hernandez” for a shot at the WBC super featherweight title. He came out on top via TKO to get his hands on his first championship gold. After successfully defending his title numerous times, Mayweather then made the jump to Lightweight class. He took on “Jose Luis Castillo” for the right to win the WBC title and came up trumps once again. He won the rematch too.
Floyd Mayweather Jr was twenty-seven years old when he decided to compete in Light Welterweight class. He beat “DeMarcus Corley” on his debut and then took down the champion “Arturo Gatti” to win the title. It didn't take long for him to shift his focus to the welterweight class where he defeated “Zab Judah” for the IBF title. Mayweather Jr's next big test came in the form of The Ring and WBC welterweight champion “Carlos Baldomir.” Floyd Mayweather Jr won the bout too to cement his place as one of the best in the business.
High-profile Fights:
One of Mayweather's most exciting fights was against the legendary “Oscar De La Hoya.” Mayweather beefed up and increased his weight to one hundred and fifty four pounds to qualify for Light Middleweight division. It was an extremely close which was won by Mayweather.
Floyd Mayweather Jr then decided to move down to Welterweight and went up against “Ricky Hatton,” the Ring's Light Welterweight champion. The bout went for ten rounds before the American knocked Hatton out cold to retain his welterweight title. He announced his retirement after the fight but returned to take down first “Jaun Manuel Marquez” and then “Shane Mosley.”
Mayweather squared off against “Victor Ortiz” on 17th September, 2011 in a much talked about match and promptly won it. His next major bout saw him down “Miguel Cotto” in a Light Middleweight category. The WBC Welterweight title and The Ring Welterweight Title were on the line when he faced off against “Robert Guerrero.” Mayweather won the slugfest via unanimous decision to keep his undefeated streak alive and cement his place as the best pound for pound fighter in the business today.

Did You Know?

  • Floyd Mayweather Jr won a Bronze medal at the 1996 Olympics.
  • His fight with De La Hoya saw 2.15 million pay per view buys, a record.
  • He owns Philthy Rich Records.
  • His two uncles were professional boxers as well.
  • He was the first 1996 U.S. Olympian to win a world championship.