Floyd Mayweather vs. Arturo Gatti

By Boxing News on June 24, 2020
Floyd Mayweather vs. Arturo Gatti
Arturo Gatti was 39-6. Mayweather was 33-0. The fight was scheduled for 12 rounds.

On June 25, 2005 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, WBC light welterweight champion Arturo Gatti, from Jersey City, New Jersey by way of Montreal, Canada, defended his title against former super featherweight and lightweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Gatti was 39-6 coming in. Mayweather was 33-0. The fight was scheduled for 12 rounds…

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  1. Thrasher 06:33am, 06/25/2018

    Much as Iike Gatti’s guts and unconscious power, Mayweather was at his peak. Too many wars for Gatti and his brain was scrambled from those. This was not a fight but a beating.
    Floyd is the cleanest boxing athlete out there and he is devoted to the sport. He thinks, sizes up opponent and delivers. Not a fighter but a great boxer. His use of shoulders while on the ropes to deflect punches and counter, makes him unquestionably the best. Must have learned the Mexican greats.

    Only thing Floyd could have done in his career to prove he was the best, was to fight Pacman in 2008 at his peak.