Floyd Mayweather rocking an $18 million watch and a $5 million chain on the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” Podcast.
Floyd Mayweather: The best fighter I ever fought was Manny Pacquiao
Mayweather was on an episode of The Million Dollaz Worth of Game show, a weekly podcast with hosts Gillie Da King and Wallo267 to discuss various topics from his life, business and boxing.
Topic of who his roughest and toughest opponent was, Mayweather gave praise to his longtime rival Manny “Pac-Man” Pacquiao as the best fighter he has ever faced in his career.
Mayweather was asked whether or not any of his kids would become boxers. Floyd's response was quite humorous, as he said "Nah, they like to smoke weed."
In additional to Floyd's boxing career, Mayweather explains why he believes there will never be a better boxer than him in history.
Mayweather said Emmanuel Augustus also known as The Drunken Master was his roughest, toughest foe, and Miguel Cotto was the strongest of his opponents.
“The roughest fighter probably was a guy named Emmanuel Augustus. The drunken master was tough. He was just tough. Miguel Cotto was very, very, physically strong. You got different fighters. Different days you feel different ways. Some days you can go over there and you may not feel that good, but you go over there and look superb.
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