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WBA/WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr (46-0, 26 KOs) believes he that with his improved strength conditioning in camp there may be a possibility he will stop his upstart challenger when they face each other on September 13th. 
Mayweather fought off his back foot for the majority of their last fight. If he stays in the pocket, it would be a surprise to many.

“Camp is going tremendous and I’m very, very happy and pleased with this training camp. I think I’m a lot stronger this training camp actually,” Mayweather said via “I’m a lot stronger. The bar is set so high for Floyd Mayweather.”

The pressure is on Mayweather to erase the memories from their competitive first encounter in which he won by 12 round majority decision. 

Mayweather needs to show that he has not last a step as so many fans have suggested. 


“I guess I’ll try to knock the guy out or win 12 rounds. That’s the only thing I really can do.”




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