Yet the realities of television scheduling and editing mean there is one time period the cameras can't touch. And it may be the most important one of all.
Once the official weigh-in ends on Friday afternoon, Mayweather and Guerrero will be on their own for the first time in weeks, without the omnipresent cameras lurking in the background.
So what goes on after the protagonists tip the scales and the hours tick down to their battle in the ring?
Each fighter has his own quirks, his own rituals. In the case of Floyd Mayweather Jr., for much of his career, the pattern has been consistent.
According to Josie Harris, his former partner of 12 years and mother of three of his fourRead More »from 24 hours before Mayweather vs. Guerrero