Floyd Mayweather is pound for pound the best fighter in the world but the world seems to credit him for his incredible defense and not his offense. Floyd Mayweather connection percentage is one of the highest in boxing history. Figuring Floyd Mayweather and trying to crack his defense is one thing but his offensive is another story. In his fight with Shane Mosley, Mayweather shook the then champion, with his powerful body shots. "Well I knew coming into the fight that Floyd has a great defense, but he surprised me with his power, more than anything." said Mosley. The key to Floyd's offense is throwing sharp punches and putting them together correctly.
An underrated body puncher, Mayweather makes his shots count, so that he can use his hands for defense. Slight foot movements and feints with his gloves freeze opponents in their tracks, and disrupts the timing of Mayweather's attack, which makes it appear as if they are just standing still while Mayweather is popping them with laser sharp shots. All of these tricks of the trade comes from years and years of continued practice, til now it's second nature to Floyd.