Floyd Mayweather: I'm not Scared of Any Opponent, I Fight who I want to Fight

FLOYD MAYWEATHER, 10-Time World Champion, Five Division World Champion and WBC Welterweight

 

"Maidana is a young, strong and tough competitor.  He's a guy that I can't overlook.  You can never take any fighter for granted because anything can happen.

 

"I believe in dedicating myself to my craft.  This is my 18th year in the sport.  I've had a strong run and we've got three more fights after this one.  I truly believe in taking one fight at a time.

 

"This was my first week out [in training camp] and we had a tremendous week.

 

"Hopefully, some day I help some of this up-and-coming talent and promote them. Boxing is growing and is here to stay.

 

"I'm not scared of any opponent.  I fight who I want to fight.

 

"Tonight is another marvelous show.  Canelo is one hell of a fighter and Angulo is too.  It's going to be nonstop action. This is a fight not to miss.

 

"Canelo's a different breed.  A lot of people think because of the way I made Canelo look, they're going to be able to do the same thing, but that's not true. He's a strong fighter.

 

"Tonight's fight is different than my fight with Canelo back in September.  They [Canelo and Angulo] have great styles and styles make fights.  This fight is tailor made to be a war.  

 

"I fight myself.  I don't fight to break Ali's record or Sugar Ray Robinson's record.  I fight to please myself.  I know in my heart where I'm rated.  I didn't fight in Ali's era. This is my era.

 

"I don't know who my three next opponents will be.  A lot of people ask me that.  You want to fight me?  Earn it.

 

"I'm a strong critic of myself.  I'm really hard on myself.   Even with the Canelo fight and the fight before that fight, I wasn't happy with my performance.  I haven't reached my peak yet. I know I can do better.

 

"I've been in the sport of boxing for a long time, but I haven't been able to bring my 'A-game' totally out. I've beaten fighters with my 'C-Game' and with my 'D-Game,' but I haven't been able to beat anybody with my 'A-Game.'

 

"I'm a firm believer that before you can go anywhere, you have to conquer the level that you are at, just like young kids do it today with video games, they have to finish one level to go to the next one.  Conquer one level at the time, and only then you'll get where you want to go to.

 

"I always say that I'm a clean athlete and that I should be randomly tested anytime, urine and blood. 

 

"I have only seen Maidana's last fight against Broner. I've only watched the first six or seven rounds.  I've also seen highlights of other fights, but not many.  He's a good fighter; I'm not taking him for granted.  I don't take anybody for granted."

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Comment by one50 on March 10, 2014 at 12:14pm

And give him credit. He's not fighting guys coming off losses like these other guys. Angulo was coming off a loss. Danny Garcia is fighting Herrera. He's coming off 2 losses!  SMH

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