Floyd Mayweather Sr. remembers the moment he discovered his son had a feel for the family business.
Floyd Jr. was just 9-10-months-old, not even walking yet. But his father had been showing him how to hold his hands in a boxing position, a skill young Floyd would learn quickly.
“One day I came into the room and he's laying back on the pillow doing just what I was showing him,” Mayweather Sr. said. “I said, ‘This is it. He’s going to be a fighter’.”
“I didn’t want to die”
One day I came into the room and he's laying back on the pillow doing just what I was showing him
Just another opponent. Just another fight
He’ll be sprayed with Raid and underpaid. He’ll be gone just like the roaches go when the lights go on