Floyd Mayweather is at it again, attempting to antagonize Conor McGregor as they continue their very strange beef and teasing a potential fight between the biggest star in boxing and the biggest star in mixed martial arts. The latest installment in the Mayweather-McGregor saga comes courtesy of Floyd’s Twitter, as he attempted to troll McGregor by comparing the two’s net worths. The reason he did this is because Dana White recently offered both fighters $25 million plus a negotiated pay-per-view revenue split to fight.
In one of the most despicable, outrageous displays at a boxing event in years, Angel Garcia went on a vile rant in which a riot was prevented only because Keith Thurman is such a classy, decent human being. Thurman will fight Danny Garcia in a WBA-WBC welterweight title unification bout on March 4 on CBS in what should be one of the best fights of the year. Kudos, though, to Thurman for having the type of self-restraint that enabled him to remain cool despite Angel Garcia calling him all manner of racial epithets.
For undefeated up and comer Jose “Shorty” Torres, his most recent victory at Titan FC was a big one for his young career. Not only was Torres able to get a second round TKO of more experienced Abdeil Velazquez in August, but he also picked up his first professional title to go along with his numerous amateur belts. “Overall it was a good fight for me,” Torres told MMAWeekly.com. “Stylistically, Velazquez, I wouldn’t say is completely a runner, but he had a very defensive style. When came to attacks, that was my time to shine. “For me I thought it was a good fight to make my 125-pound debut and take that title at the same time. I’m just happy I got the TKO and I put on a show – that’s all that