Mayweather in usual confident mood of defeating his rival for a second time…
Ahead of their rematch at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday night, Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana came face-to-face at the final press conference.
Mayweather puts a 46-0 record on the line against the Argentinian, and is confident that he will be able to produce an improved performance in comparison to the one he produced back in May.
The pair have exchanged digs at each other in the build-up to their rematch, with Mayweather accusing his rival of being “dirty and wild” in their previous fight and he expects more of the same on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Maidana retorted by insisted that his American opponent needs to “stop crying and just fight”, and so it promises to be an intriguing battle ahead.
While many suggested that the first bout was a close call, Mayweather is adamant that he dominated the fight after the first few rounds and was a comfortable winner.
However, despite talk of a potential mega-fight with long-time rival Manny Pacquiao next year, the unbeaten champion will be hoping to finally put the challenge of Maidana to rest and deliver on his father’s promise of finishing it off this time.