Floyd Mayweather: We Must Realize That I'm The Bigger Guy, I Walk Around at 150lbs

FLOYD "MONEY" MAYWEATHER, 10-Time Five-Division World Champion & WBC Welterweight World Champion


"On May 3, I've got to go out there and take my time, keep my composure and be me.  Everybody thinks he's just going to be a pushover, but I don't think so. That's why I'm training hard and I'm pushing myself to the limit every day.


"I know Maidana is going to come and bring his best, so I know that I cannot overlook him. I'm in training every day and dedicating myself.


"I think Maidana is more confident now than he was when he faced the kid from St. Louis, Devon Alexander.  I think he's more confident now, so I think he's more ready and tough. If you have more confidence it's going to make you fight harder.


"Of course I want my name to go down in history as the best, but also making smart business moves to be very lucrative and build your portfolio is important.

"I've been in so many career-defining fights I can't really choose one particular that defines my legacy, but all of them played a major role.


"We must realize that I am the bigger guy even though I walk around at 150.  I go no higher than 152.  I'm naturally the bigger guy because I've been at 147 almost 10 years now, so I'm naturally the bigger guy.


"I can feel when a guy's gonna punch.  I can feel it.  I don't even have to see it; I can feel it. 


"Maidana punches extremely hard if he has an 80 percent knockout ratio.  That's obviously his best attribute, but a lot of times when a guy's swinging a lot of big shots and they're not landing, you get fatigued like that.


"I haven't been hit by Maidana yet, so I can't really say if he's the hardest puncher I've faced.  I may be the hardest puncher he ever fought.  He hasn't been hit by me yet, so we'll just have to see if he's the hardest puncher.


"Boxing is always very, very important to me and always will be because this has put me in a position to have everything that I have. I want to help this sport live on.  I want to help this sport continue to grow.  That's what it's about.


"I think that I don't get my credit that's due because I think that I make A-level and B-level fighters look ordinary, but that comes from just having a sharp mind and just really pushing myself in training


"When I was young I always loved to entertain, I always loved to promote.  We've done house parties when we were young teenagers, 13, 14. I know how to promote and make sure the party was packed, so promotion has always been something I am good at.


"It's about being a smart.  I don't go into a fight thinking about losing.  It's about winning at life.  The most important thing is winning at life.


"Before I became a champion, I worked hard.  Now that I am a champion, each fight I have to work harder and harder to stay in this position."


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