Floyd Mayweather Shows His Skills with Sucker Punch Win Over Ortiz While ref wasn’t looking and bad mouthing of fans and announcers

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Well I have seen alot of crap outta Floyd, but this cheap shot tonight and calling out the crowd and boxing announcers and even swearing at the fans was brutal.
Good boxer or not is that what the boxing champion has come down to if so count me out. Good Job on Larry calling out Floyd, only if he was 50 years younger.

In a crazy ending to one of the biggest boxing matches of the year, Floyd Mayweather knocked out Victor Ortiz with one second remaining in the fourth round of their fight on Saturday night — with two hard punches that Ortiz never even saw coming, because he thought the referee had called a pause to the action.

The wild exchange at the end of the fourth round began with Ortiz battering Mayweather against the ropes, and then landing a head-butt to Mayweather’s chin. The referee, Joe Cortez, immediately stepped in and admonished Ortiz for the head butt, taking the point away.

With that, Ortiz went over to Mayweather, kissed him on the cheek and apologized. Cortez wasn’t even looking at the two of them at that point, and Ortiz seemed to think the fourth round had ended. But the round wasn’t over, and Mayweather drilled Ortiz with a huge 1-2 punch, knocking Ortiz flat on his back. Ortiz wasn’t able to get up as Cortez counted to 10, and Mayweather won by knockout.

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fight recaps

Floyd Mayweather vs. Victor Ortiz
Round 1:
This fight is underway. Mayweather quickly comes in with a jab and then ducks down under Ortiz’s punch. Mayweather lands a couple of body shots and shows off his trademark quick hands, and then Ortiz backs him off. Floyd lands a thudding right hand. Good right hand from Mayweather but then Ortiz lands to the body in the corner. Mayweather’s quickness is already striking, and Ortiz needs to get in closer if he’s going to hit him. Good first round goes to Mayweather, 10-9.
Round 2:
The crowd is chanting “Ortiz! Ortiz!” at the start of the second round. Ortiz lands a left hand and backs Mayweather into the corner. Ortiz lands a good right hook, then goes to the body. Now Mayweather lands a good right hand and then Ortiz pushes him into the corner. Ortiz is looking good in this round. Mayweather hits Ortiz a couple times but Ortiz walks right into him and won’t back down. Another good round, which I give to Ortiz, 10-9.
Round 3:
Ortiz lands a couple of right jabs. Mayweather responds by using his left hand and landing it. Now it’s Mayweather backing Ortiz up, and Ortiz doesn’t look as comfortable when he’s not coming forward. Mayweather lands a big right hand. Mayweather is landing much more effectively, with Ortiz starting to look frustrated. Ortiz lands a left cross late in the round but it was a good round overall for Mayweather, 10-9.
Round 4:
Mayweather comes out with a huge combination in the first 30 seconds of the round. Big-time punches landing from Mayweather, and Ortiz is starting to look a little worse for wear. And now it’s Ortiz battering Mayweather against the ropes. Mayweather is shaking his head as if he wasn’t hurt, but Ortiz definitely landed a couple of hard punches. Ortiz swings hard with his right hand but comes up short. Now Ortiz goes after Floyd against the ropes and there’s a clash of heads. The referee takes a point away from Ortiz for a head butt. And now down goes Ortiz! It’s over!
Floyd Mayweather knocks out Victor Ortiz

Jesse Vargas vs. Josesito Lopez

Round 1:
This fight is underway. Plenty of empty seats still in the arena, and the crowd is awfully quiet. Vargas is landing the cleaner, more effective punches in the early going, and I have the first round for Vargas, 10-9.
Round 2:
Vargas’s jab is giving Lopez a lot of trouble, and so far I see this fight being all Vargas, with the second round going to Vargas, 10-9.
Round 3:
Vargas lands a big right hand that makes Lopez wince. Now Lopez backs Vargas into the corner and lands to the body, for his best exchange of the fight so far. It’s turning into a bit of a brawl with both men swinging hard and landing. Lopez is now landing the harder punches and feeling more comfortable, and I give the third round to Lopez, 10-9.
Round 4:
Lopez is continuing to throw the harder punches, and Vargas is feeling it. Lopez is really starting to turn it on now and is getting to the inside, and I now have it even after scoring that round for Lopez, 10-9.
Round 5:
Lopez is really going on the attack now. Vargas will jab, Lopez will block it and then Lopez will get inside and land. Vargas lands a strong left hand to the body, which hurt Lopez. This was a very close round that I’ll give to Vargas, 10-9.
Round 6:
Vargas now going after the body more with another left hand to the ribs. And now Lopez goes to the body and Vargas appears to be hurting. It’s back and forth with both men going to the body. Lopez hammers away at the end of the round and I’ll give it to Lopez, 10-9.
Round 7:
Lopez has a cut near his right eye that was caused by an accidental head butt, and that’s something we’ll need to keep watching out for. I don’t think the cut is bad enough to stop the fight, however. Now Lopez lands a very good left-right combination. Tough round to score but I’ll give it to Lopez, 10-9.
Round 8:
Vargas comes out and lands a low blow, and he gets a point deducted. That could be huge in a close fight like this. Vargas is now coming in and attacking, and Lopez isn’t getting much done. Now a big right hand for Lopez. Lopez coming on strong when he attacks but not doing enough of it. A close round that I’ll give to Vargas, but with the point deduction it’s a 9-9 round.
Round 9:
Vargas lands a nice series of punches now, and Lopez is being a little too passive for my tastes — he’s missing some opportunities. I’m giving that round to Vargas and we have a very close fight heading into the 10th: Vargas, 10-9.
Round 10:
Both guys look a little tired and I think Lopez is really missing an opportunity to pour it on late, losing his aggression late in the fight and giving Vargas some openings. Just as I say that, however, Lopez lands a good right hand. I think it’s the cut from the accidental head butt that has made Lopez less aggressive, and Vargas is now landing a lot of punches. Now Lopez lands a hard left hook! Big punch for Lopez as these two are both pouring it on in the last 30 seconds. Vargas has landed more punches in this round and I’m going to give it to Vargas, 10-9. I’ve got Vargas winning 95-94. I’ll let you know what the judges say in just a moment.
Vargas beats Lopez by split decision. Scores: 95-94 Lopez, 96-93 Vargas and 95-94 Vargas

Erik Morales vs. Pablo Cesar Cano

Round 1:
This fight is underway. Morales looks a little stiff and slow and Cano is letting his hands go, which isn’t quite what I expected. Cano landed a hard left hook in the closing moments of the round and did enough that I give the first round to Cano, 10-9.
Round 2:
Morales comes to the inside and Cano makes him pay for it with a hard left hook. Cano with a couple good right hands as well. Now Morales finally opens up and lands a couple, although Cano keeps right after him. Morales was better in this round but I still give it to Cano, 10-9.
Round 3:
Morales is really looking slow here compared to the youngster Cano. Morales looks frustrated; Cano looks focused. Cano landing a combination and an uppercut. Morales lands a right hand that was probably his hardest punch of the fight so far. But Cano landed more and I’m giving the round to Cano, 10-9.
Round 4:
Morales with a good right hand. But then Cano comes right back with a good combination. That’s been the story of the fight so far, whatever Morales can do, Cano can do better, and especially faster. That good right hand at the start of the round opened a cut on Cano, however, and Cano is feeling it. Morales sees the cut and goes on the attack, and Morales finally looks confident after having nothing going on earlier. I give the fourth to Morales, 10-9.
Round 5:
Morales seems to be feeling a lot more comfortable now and has started to come alive, although Cano isn’t backing down. Now Cano with a jab, body shot and right hand to the head, and now Cano is hammering Morales against the ropes. The aging Morales just isn’t as active as the Morales we all loved years ago. I give the fifth to Cano, 10-9.
Round 6:
Morales lands a hard punch early. Morales is showing more punching power now and looks like he’s trying to knock Cano out. Morales has definitely woken up and is landing harder, more effective punches than he was early in the fight. I give the round to Morales, 10-9.
Round 7:
Cano comes out and lands a hard right hand. That opened a cut near Morales’s left eye. The cut is really bothering Morales, who’s backing away, and Cano is chasing him. Good round for Cano, 10-9.
Round 8:
Now both men are throwing hard and both men have bloodied faces. Morales has landed a couple hard right hands, and then Cano lands a hard right of his own. A couple of good jabs for Morales, who is really busting up Cano’s face now. A good round for Morales, 10-9.
Round 9:
Cano is looking a little tired, and Morales lands a good left hand. As this fight wears on Morales is really improving his punching accuracy and hitting Cano with everything he throws. I give the round to Morales, 10-9.
Round 10:
Cano’s corner told him between rounds that they think he’s losing the fight, and it’s not surprising that they’d say that because they’re looking closely at Cano’s bloody mess of a face. Cano is moving around and throwing more but Morales is the one landing with power. Morales lands a big right hand that hurts Cano. Now the referee is calling a pause to the fight to ask the doctor to examine the multiple cuts on Cano’s face. The doctor says Cano can continue, but Cano looks really hurt now as Morales is starting to pour it on. Morales lands a huge right-left that rocks Cano. And it’s over! Cano made it out of the round but his corner decided to stop the fight!
Erik Morales wins by TKO after the 10th round.

Saul Alvarez vs Alfonso Gomez

Round 1:
This fight is underway. Alvarez looks sharp early and lands a couple of quick, hard punches when Gomez leans in. And down goes Gomez! A very short left jab from Alvarez knocks Gomez down late in the first round, and that gives the first round to Alvarez, 10-8.
Round 2:
The fans are chanting “Canelo!” for Alvarez, who looks very confident and assured right now. Gomez lands a strong body shot. Alvarez now goes to the body with a combination. Alvarez sticks and moves, landing a punch to Gomez’s face and showing good head movement to dodge a punch from Gomez. A close second round that I give to Alvarez, 10-9.
Round 3:
Alvarez unleashes a good combination of punches early. Gomez now goes on the attack and backs Alvarez against the ropes. Gomez is landing some nice long jabs and follows one with a good right hand. Gomez is looking much better now after seeming a little overwhelmed to start the fight. I give the round to Gomez, 10-9.
Round 4:
Gomez goes to the ground early but it’s ruled a slip, not a knockdown. Gomez has Alvarez against the ropes, and Alvarez is answering Gomez’s shots with some hard uppercuts. Alvarez is landing much harder punches, but Gomez is throwing at a much higher volume. I give the round to Alvarez based on the more effective, harder punches, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the judges all give it to Gomez. Alvarez, 10-9.
Round 5:
Gomez is continuing to back Alvarez up against the ropes, and it looks like it’s starting to frustrate Alvarez. Alvarez is coming back with harder punches, and Gomez’s punches don’t have nearly as much power. Alvarez lands a hard left at the end of another very tough round to judge, with me giving it to Alvarez, 10-9.
Round 6:
It’s more of the same: Gomez landing jabs and high-volume punches, while Alvarez is coming back and landing harder punches. Alvarez pours it on against the ropes! Alvarez really hitting Gomez hard and the referee steps in to stop it without Gomez even going down! A quick stoppage by the referee, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez beats Alfonso Gomez by sixth-round TKO.