The Hall-of-Fame ring announcer spoke with CBS Local Sports about how Andre Berto can beat Floyd Mayweather and what Mayweather means to the sport of boxing.
Floyd Mayweather gave rare access to the media as he prepares for his bout with Andre Berto and took some time to reflect on what he’ll miss when he retires.
In advance of his welterweight title bout with Floyd Mayweather on Saturday, Sept. 12, Andre Berto gave CBS Local Sports a first-hand glimpse at his life in and out of the ring.
Is Floyd Mayweather Jr the greatest boxer ever? No. Is Mayweather better than Rocky Marciano? By almost any metric, yes
Showtime’s boxing analyst spoke with CBS Local Sports about Mayweather’s last fight, his place in boxing history and Andre Berto.
Before we dissect Mayweather’s next opponent any further, which we’ll have plenty of time to do over the coming days and weeks, let’s muse over his prior opponent.
Travis talks about the incidents with Cam Newton and Geno Smith getting into altercations with teammates and how irresponsible it is for the perception of athletes. He highlights someone who he believes is the antithesis of that behavior, Gary Russel Jr.
According to Bovada Sportsbook in Las Vegas, Berto is one of the biggest underdogs in boxing history.
While I was gathering my interviews and footage for the story, I met Gary Russell Jr.’s nutritionist, Asar Bey.
Deontay Wilder defends his WBC world heavyweight title against Eric Molina on Saturday, June 13. This is his story, as he tells it.
A week after the Mayweather-Pacquiao bout, Canelo Alvarez fought James Kirkland and it was everything the “Fight of the Century ” wasn’t.
Steve Farhood of Showtime Boxing joined Ed and Steve to talk about Manny Pacquiao’s injury.