In his ‘Retirement’ Fight, Floyd Mayweather Jr. defeats Andre Berto

mayweather-vs-berto*Damn, no wonder he’s an arrogant SOB. He’s earned the right to be one.
Yes, Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. has done it again. Actually he not only won again, but he’ll go down in the books with an astonishing record of 49-0 because of a unanimous decision over Andre Berto Saturday in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Arena.
This is said to be Mayweather’s swan song in the ring. Yes, he’s calling it quits. However, some folks just ain’t buying it. But Mayweather says believe it. He’s done.

“My career’s over. It’s official,” He said after the fight. “You’ve got to know when to hang it up.”
Hmm, that’s not exactly good news for Manny Pacquiao, who’s itching for something he now can’t have: a rematch with the money man. He tried show his disdain for the fight by posting a video of himself playing a tiny piano in the middle of Mayweather’s so-called retirement fight, according to USA Today’s For the Win blog. See it below.

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What I do when I'm bored. Hehe

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We’ll have MORE on the Mayweather/Berto fight shortly when our man on the scene, Mohammed Mubarak files his report.

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