1 1/16/2017 8:42 AM PST Floyd Mayweather is spitting more venom at Dana White -- calling him a "small boss" who used to carry his bags back in the day. Mayweather went off on the UFC honcho at the Barclays Center this weekend -- once again trashing Dana's $25 MILLION offer to fight Conor McGregor ... this time, he took a stroll down memory lane. "Dana White ... he was a player. He was a boss ... but he was a small boss." "I can remember Dana White used to hang around me and Jeff Mayweather and carry my bags." Mayweather says he used to be cool with White until ... "all the sudden he cut his head bald and he's such a tough guy. He's such a tough guy." Just a few days ago, Dana told TMZ Sports
The first super-fight of 2017 certainly lived up to its billing on Saturday night (14 January) as James DeGale and Badou Jack fought out an electrifying draw in New York. Given their history, a rematch between the two would perhaps garner greater intrigue than DeGale vs Smith, despite not having the frenzied backing of Eddie Hearn and Matchroom.
It’s the end of an era. Carl Froch and his 80,000 screaming fans at Wembley have been knocked from their perch. Matchroom Boxing today announced that the April 29th clash between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko has shattered the attendance record set by Froch-Groves 2 and is still climbing. Hearns has put forth a request to seat an additional 5,000 for the match, which is the biggest domestic heavyweight bout that Britain has seen since the Lewis era. Joshua (18-0, 18 KO) obliterated Charles Martin for the IBF title last April and has since defended it with easy wins over Dominic Breazeale and Eric Molina. While he was doing that, Klitschko (64-4, 53 KO) missed all of 2016 thanks to assorted