Does Floyd Mayweather Knock Out Errol Spence At The Gym?
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Floyd Mayweather remains one of the most legendary boxers in the entire world of professional boxing. Floyd Mayweather also previously posted a heartbreaking photo of his girlfriend.
Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather previously announced he will return to the square circle next month in Dubai to take on former sparring partner Don Moore in an exhibition match. The Hall of Famer sees no problem with his decision to continue pursuing exhibition opportunities. In the end, what counts for him is making more money.
Errol Spence Jr. took to social media to deny that he had been injured by Floyd Mayweather Jr. many, many years ago during a sparring session when the superstar was still in the game.
Mayweather wasn’t a big puncher at welterweight, so it’s hard to take what his former pad holder Nate Jones is saying seriously.
“Trying not to talk about sparring but great work, one hell of an experience he never buckled,” Errol Spence Jr. said on Twitter, responding to Nate Jones, Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s former pad owner, and said , he had injured him sparring many years ago.
“It was very intense and Errol was trying to prove at the time that he was a dominant force in boxing,” said Nate Jones of his youtube Channel, on the sparring that took place between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Errol Spence Jr. a decade ago.
“Mayweather was out of play on his last two legs. In one of the fights Floyd planned, he used Errol Spence as a sparring partner for one of the left-handed fights Floyd had.
Errol gave Floyd good work. There were some intense moments. He hit Floyd with some good, clean shots. Floyd was very smart. He knew what he was doing.
“He never hurt Floyd. He caught Floyd’s attention. I’ve seen him get Floyd’s attention, but he never shook Floyd the way Floyd shook him one day,” Jones continued.
“A lot of people went around saying Floyd gets whooping cough while sparring [by Spence]. Floyd was good with him and I had to tell him to stop. I jumped on the ring and attacked Floyd in front of everyone. I’m freaking out