Floyd Mayweather Jr Tickets
Everyone who enjoys boxing is going to rejoice because the dates for Floyd Mayweather Jr have now been announced. Boxing is a game that was acknowledged to be a part of the Olympic Games by the Greeks and the evolution of modern boxing can be traced back to its roots in the Greek culture. Some people consider boxing to be a violent sport but others view it as a much disciplined game. Cuban and Americans have dominated the boxing arena for quite some time. Boxing has been a popular sport in the United States and many young Americans have walked into the footsteps of the great Muhammad Ali and Sugar Roy Robinson.
- Roger Mayweather, Floyd’s uncle and trainer, is a former two time boxing world champion.
- Mayweather has knocked out his opponents in more than fifty percent of his fights.
- In 2012, Mayweather was declared the highest paid athlete in the world by the Forbes Magazine.
- Mayweather has also appeared on WWE shows, and even had match against the Big Show at WrestleMania XXIV.
- Mayweather has never been defeated in his professional boxing career to date.
- In 1998, Mayweather received The Ring’s Fighter of the Year award at the age of 21.
- Floyd Mayweather appeared on the fifth season of the hit television show ‘Dancing with the Stars” and was the fourth person to be eliminated from the show.
- Mayweather has won the ESPY Award for Best Fighter on six occasions (‘07, ‘08, ‘10, ‘12, ‘13, ’14).
- Mayweather appeared on the fifth season of Dancing with the Stars in 2007.
- Floyd’s first professional fight was against Roberto Apodaca in October 1996. Apodaca was knocked out in round 2.
- Mayweather claims his grandmother first saw potential in him when he was a child and urged him to keep boxing.
- Mayweather won the bronze medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics in the featherweight division.
- Mayweather won his first world title in 1998. He defeated Genaro Hernandez for the WBC super featherweight championship.
- His record stands at 47-0, with 26 knockout wins.
- Mayweather is the highest paid sports athlete in the world.
The Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor date for the bout is not confirmed as yet because the fight hasn’t officially been sanctioned till date. Progress has been made though and it certainly looks as if the world will get to watch unbeaten Floyd Mayweather come out of retirement to take on Conor McGregor. Mayweather has a professional boxing record that stands at 49-0. The fight against McGregor will be a boxing match and that suits Mayweather. Floyd Mayweather’s fight against Conor McGregor has been in the news for months now. Both camps have been going at it through mainstream media and social media and now it certainly looks as though it will happen. Mayweather vs McGregor is huge and millions around the world cannot wait to see it take place.
Floyd Mayweather Jr is one such example who was born in Michigan in 1977. He was born into a boxing family so it is fair to say that he inherited boxing in his blood as his father was a professional boxer and his uncles also boxed as professionals. His interest in boxing was evident at very young age and he started boxing when he was only seven years old. He was trained by his uncle initially as his father went behind bars but later he was trained by his father.
Floyd Mayweather Jr has been known for his fabulous defensive techniques including shoulder roll which have helped him receive somewhat less scars as compared to his competitors. This has been the reason he is mostly referred to as the Pretty Boy. As an amateur, he won three national Golden Gloves Championships, one in 1993, then in the following year and another in 1996. Later that year at the age of 19, he participated in Atlanta Olympics and by beating Lorenzo Aragon, who was a Cuban, in quarterfinals; he became the first U.S. boxer in twenty years to beat a Cuban. However, he could not go on to the Olympics finals due to a controversial decision in the semis and ended up winning a bronze medal in 1996 Olympics. He won most of his fights by either knocking out his opponent or due to technical knockout during the period of 1996 to 1998. He won his first world title in 1999 by beating Genaro Hernandez in WBC Super Featherweight Championship.
It is hard to match parents’ expectations and conflicting issues are common in families and Floyd Mayweather Jr was no exception. His father was coaching him but he fired his father from the coaching position in the year 2000 as he felt enormous pressure from his dad to be perfect. Afterwards, his uncle took the coaching position again. His boxing match against Diego Corrales in January 2001 for super featherweight champion is considered to be his biggest fight as both boxers were neither defeated nor knocked down before this match in their entire career. Mayweather Jr won this match and established himself as one of the winners of legendary pound for pound title in boxing. He was knocked out for the first time by Carlos Famos Herna’ndez during a fight in May 2001 but the match was ultimately won by him. This fight is also significantly captured in More than Famous which is an award winning documentary film. He has defended the WBC Super Featherweight title for almost eight times and held it for more than three years. He has been a committed professional and before weigh in for his last fight at this title, which he won, he did not eat for four days because he had difficulty in making his weight.
Floyd Mayweather Jr moved up to the lightweight category in 2002 and even though he fought less number of fights at this division but all the fights were rated as world championship fights and he won all of them. Afterwards, he moved up to the super lightweight category and his success in this division also continued. His wins in this category including the win against Arturo Gatti established him as one of the best pound for pound fighter in the world. He returned from his short retirement in 2007 to fight Ricky Hatton who was a light welterweight champion. During the promotions of this match he compared himself, with the great Ali and Robinson by claiming that this is his time. He won the match and retained welterweight championship title but he acknowledged his opponent as being one of the toughest fighters he ever faced by complimenting him.
Boxing has always received a higher number of viewership in the United States and tickets to most matches are sold out in advance. If you are a fan waiting for a quality match then grab your Floyd Mayweather Jr Tickets now.
Floyd Mayweather Jr Tickets Prices
The average price for Floyd Mayweather Jr Tickets start from $8,968. The minimum get in price is $2,074 for Floyd Mayweather Jr Tickets at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor||Las Vegas||26-Aug-17||$8,968||$2,074|
|Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor - Packages & Hospitality||Las Vegas||27-Aug-17||$9,808||$2,779|
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