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HustleBoss.com speaks with trainer Roger Mayweather, as he reveals how he would have reacted had Marcos Maidana bit him like he did Floyd during their rematch.
HustleBoss.com catches up with trainer Jeff Mayweather, as speaks on Floyd Mayweather’s rematch victory over Marcos Maidana as well as potential matches vs. Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao.
HustleBoss.com speaks with 1996 bronze medalist and former heavyweight contender Nate Jones about the Mayweather-Maidana II fight and what his immediate future holds as a trainer.
HustleBoss.com speaks with trainer Jeff Mayweather about his nephew Floyd’s rematch with Marcos Maidana as well as his place in history.
HustleBoss.com’s speaks with undefeated junior welterweight ‘Dangerous’ Don Moore about his wild sparring session with Marco Hall and what he thinks his future may hold.
HustleBoss.com catches up with light heavyweight Lionell ‘Lonnie B’ Thompson to get his thoughts on being back in Vegas, sparring in front of Floyd Mayweather, and the Bernard Hopkins vs. Sergey Kovalev match.
HustleBoss.com catches up with prospect Luis Arias to discuss his recent move to 10-0 as a professional.
HustleBoss.com speaks with WBC heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne from within Floyd Mayweather’s training camp in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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HustleBoss.com speaks with Detroit’s Lanardo Tyner and trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. about their work together in previous years.
HustleBoss.com speaks with trainer and 1996 bronze medalist Nate Jones about the crazy vibe inside Floyd Mayweather’s training camp for Marcos Maidana, as well as what may win Floyd the match.
An all-access view of the Don Moore vs. Marco Hall sparring session that left the Vegas community buzzing. The session took place during Floyd Mayweather’s training camp ahead of his rematch with Marcos Maidana on Sept. 13.
Floyd Mayweather watched on as the whole gym got hyped during the session.
HustleBoss.com was on hand inside of the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, Nevada,as five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather spoke to Al Bernstein about some of his secrets for his successful training camp heading into his Sept. 13 rematch with Marcos Maidana.
HustleBoss.com speaks with super middleweight contender J’Leon Love (18-1, 10 KO’s) about his upset knockout loss to Rogelio ‘Porky’ Medina over the weekend on Showtime.
Updates from the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas as Floyd Mayweather pours his all into training during media day ahead of his Sept. 13 rematch with Marcos Maidana.
HustleBoss.com speaks with welterweight veteran Lanardo Tyner (31-11-2, 20 KO’s), seen here with LaDarius ‘Memphis’ Miller (3-0, 1 KO), about his recent loss to Antonio DeMarco down in Mexico.
Ever since crossing paths with Kevin Newman II inside of the Richard Steele Boxing Club five years ago, we’ve kept close tabs with the former standout amateur prospect. The ride has been a rewarding one, from seeing Kevin transition over the Johnny Tocco’s and later the Mayweather Boxing Club, all the while gaining invaluable experience learning from the Mayweather clan while testing himself sparring against a bevy of fellow prospects, contenders, and champions.
Newman is actually embarking on a completely different journey, as he is set to make his professional debut on Sept. 13 on the Floyd Mayweather vs. Marcos Maidana II undercard at the MGM Grand. Newman also inked an exclusive deal with Mayweather Promotions, so expect to be seeing a lot of him in the coming months and years.
More exclusive updates from the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, Nevada as Floyd Mayweather continues to push hard for his Sept. 13 rematch with Marcos Maidana.
In this video, Floyd implores his Uncle and co-trainer Roger Mayweather to keep pushing hard as their mitt work session heats up.
An inside look at Floyd Mayweather’s training camp for Marcos Maidana II, as we showcase one of Floyd’s sparring partners, DonYil Livingston, a super middleweight prospect, as he rips the mitts with trainer Chris Bentchavtchav