Everybody knows this by now, even if they're not boxing fans, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has a big mouth, but more importantly, he can back up his trash talk with a perfect record. Mayweather Jr. is nearing 17 yards of fighting on the ring and he has yet to lose a fight. Here's his career record with a look at his most recent bouts and their results.
At 44-0-0, Mayweather Jr. stands as the No. 1 pound for pound boxer in the sport. At 36 years of age, Pretty Boy Floyd still has the moves and the reach to cause damage. His legit knockout days appear to be well in his past as Mayweather Jr. has dragged seven of his last nine bouts to 12 rounds. In his last two bouts, Mayweather Jr. took two 30-year-olds 12 rounds and survived the outcome as he dominated the match.
In May of 2012, Mayweather Jr. met with Miguel Cotto in Las Vegas. Cotto entered the fight with a 37-2 record. Cotto could not keep up with Mayweather Jr's pace and though he was able to stay on his feet, Money Mayweather walked out with the victory as he dictated the pace throughout the bout.
In his last fight, just four months ago, Mayweather Jr. fought Robert Guerrero, who entered the bout with a 31-1-1 record. Similar to Cotto, Guerrero went the distance, taking a beating through 12 rounds. Mayweather Jr. won by a unanimous decision as all three judges scored the bout 117-111 in favor of the undefeated champion.
On Saturday, Mayweather Jr. will seek the 42nd victory of his boxing career as he faces the Mexican red-head, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, who is 13 years younger than the undefeated boxer.