Mayweather (49-0) Outpoints Berto On Showtime PPV

Mayweather vs. Berto - Floyd “Money” Mayweather performed one last masterpiece on Saturday live on SHOWTIME PPV® in what he insists was the final fight of his distinguished 19-year career.

Floyd “Money” Mayweather performed one last masterpiece on Saturday live on SHOWTIME PPV® in what he insists was the final fight of his distinguished 19-year career.

Before 13,395 fans at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Mayweather improved to 49-0 (26 KOs), matching the record of the late heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano with a 12-round decision over former two-time welterweight world champion Andre Berto (30-4, 23 KOs). In total control from the outset, Mayweather was victorious by the scores of 120-108, 118-110 and 117-111.

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Mayweather v Berto – Keys to Victory, Four to Explore, Official Prediction

Mayweather vs. Berto - Tonight, pound-for-pound King, Floyd Mayweather returns to the ring for what could be the final bout of an illustrious career spanning over nearly two decades. During that span, Mayweather has faced practically every template of every style the sport has seen. From rough and rugged, to tall with talent, to small and violent.

Tonight, pound-for-pound King, Floyd Mayweather returns to the ring for what could be the final bout of an illustrious career spanning over nearly two decades. During that span, Mayweather has faced practically every template of every style the sport has seen. From rough and rugged, to tall with talent, to small and violent.

Looking down his well chronicled resume, it’s safe to say that he’s probably been there and done that; but at the age of 38, such task become tougher, as a laundry list of legends have failed at this very feat. The latest challenge for Mayweather is the ever-ready Andre Berto. As we prepare for this clash, lets take a look at “Keys to Victory” and “Four to Explore”:

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Amir Khan: Berto Will Make This Fight Tougher Than People Think

Mayweather vs. Berto - Britain's Amir Khan, so oft overlooked as an opponent by Floyd Mayweather, still hasn't given up hope of facing the self professed "Best Ever" next year, as he, like the rest of the world it seems, isn't sure this will be the last time that Floyd steps between the ropes as a fighter.

Britain’s Amir Khan, so oft overlooked as an opponent by Floyd Mayweather, still hasn’t given up hope of facing the self professed “Best Ever” next year, as he, like the rest of the world it seems, isn’t sure this will be the last time that Floyd steps between the ropes as a fighter.

Khan, who trains alongside Berto under the tutelage of coach Virgil Hunter, has issued a pertinent warning to those fans who have turned their back on this PPV, such are the low-levels of expectation for anything other than a routine, and visually un-appealing Mayweather victory.

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Mayweather vs. Berto: A Pick’em fight by Floyd Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather and Andre Berto

Fight week buzz on social media is primarily centered on an IV that Floyd took the night before the Manny Pacquiao fight. Even with a juicy Thomas Hauser piece this week, Mayweather’s choice of opponent has the boxing world looking ahead to better matchups on the schedule. Can Andre Berto do the unthinkable and pull an upset for the ages? Or will it be business as usual for Money May in route to another unanimous decision.

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‘Floyd Will Have 1 or 2 More Fights & Then Call Time on His Career’ says Roger Mayweather

Mayweather vs. Berto - Ahead of his much-maligned 49th, and 'final,' fight this weekend against Andre Berto in Las Vegas, Floyd Mayweather and those around him, like right-hand man, Leonard Ellerbe, continue to insist to all and sundry that he will not be fighting on, despite continued public belief to the contrary.

Ahead of his much-maligned 49th, and ‘final,’ fight this weekend against Andre Berto in Las Vegas, Floyd Mayweather and those around him, like right-hand man, Leonard Ellerbe, continue to insist to all and sundry that he will not be fighting on, despite continued public belief to the contrary.

Much has been made of the fact that the deteriorating health of his Uncle Roger is said to be key in the decision for Floyd to hang them up, and whether he will indeed resist the wealth of lures to make history and attain a perfect 50-0 slate, remains to be seen.

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Boxing fans will be able to stream a Showtime PPV® fight across multiple devices via cbs.com/fight

For the first time ever, boxing fans will be able to watch a SHOWTIME PPV boxing event on their computers and mobile devices via cbs.com/fight, as Floyd Mayweather puts his undefeated record on the line, in what Mayweather says will be his final fight, against two-time world champion Andre Berto this Saturday (8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT).

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Mayweather: Denies ANY Wrongdoing Over IV Drip and Therapeutic Use Exemption

Mayweather vs. Berto - Initial reports published on Wednesday by SB Nation, that P4P boss Floyd Mayweather used an illlegal drip comprising saline and vitamin C on the eve of his "Fight of the Century" with Manny Pacquiao, has today led to the self professed 'Best Ever' speaking out via a statement to deny any wrongdoing.

Initial reports published on Wednesday by SB Nation, that P4P boss Floyd Mayweather used an illlegal drip comprising saline and vitamin C on the eve of his “Fight of the Century” with Manny Pacquiao, has today led to the self professed ‘Best Ever’ speaking out via a statement to deny any wrongdoing.

The drip, which Floyd’s medical team said was administered after the weigh-in for rehydration purposes, allegedly included a 250-milliliter mix of saline and multivitamins, plus 500-mls of saline and Vitamin C.

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Mayweather – Berto final press conference quotes

Mayweather vs. Berto - (Photo credit: Esther Lin/Showtime) LAS VEGAS (Sept. 9, 2015) – Floyd Mayweather and Andre Berto participated in the final press conference for “HIGH STAKES: Mayweather vs. Berto” on Wednesday at the David Copperfield Theatre at the MGM Grand ahead of their major showdown taking place this Saturday, Sept. 12 live on SHOWTIME PPV (8 p.m. E/5 p.m. PT) from the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

(Photo credit: Esther Lin/Showtime) LAS VEGAS (Sept. 9, 2015) – Floyd Mayweather and Andre Berto participated in the final press conference for “HIGH STAKES: Mayweather vs. Berto” on Wednesday at the David Copperfield Theatre at the MGM Grand ahead of their major showdown taking place this Saturday, Sept. 12 live on SHOWTIME PPV (8 p.m. E/5 p.m. PT) from the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

In what is expected to be the final fight of his illustrious 19-year career, boxing superstar and pound-for-pound king Mayweather (48-0, 26 KOs) will put his undefeated record and WBC and WBA Welterweight World Championships on the line when he faces power-punching, two-time welterweight world champion Berto (30-3, 23 KOs). Three days before they meet in the ring, the two fighters and their camps were business-like and confident as they took their turns at the podium.

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