Saturday, August 27, 2011

Mayweather vs Ortiz just three more weeks away

Here we go boxing fans just three more weeks before we witness again the comeback of Floyd Mayweather Jr. against Victor Ortiz. On September 17 at the MGM Grand Arena The Mayweather vs Ortiz dubbed as Star Power we will going to witness if the young Ortiz will give Mayweather his first ever loss in his entire career or Mayweather will just prevail and maintain his unbeaten records. Ortiz who has a record of 29-2-2
with 22 knockouts won the title with a twelve round unanimous decision in an action-packed battle with Andre Berto last April 16.

Ortiz is a superb athlete, gifted with heavy hands and natural speed. He's also one of those fighters who can effectively campaign at an artificially low weight without sacrificing power or speed. The only question with Ortiz had to do with his mental character and toughness. Mayweather, on the other hand, last fought on May 1, 2010 when he won a comfortable unanimous decision over former three-division champion Shane Mosley. I think Mayweather will handle Ortiz.

When you factor in all of Mayweather’s rust from not fighting for such an extended period of time, the idea he’ll simply wipe the floor with Ortiz. Mayweather will have a good chance to get him out with his speed, with his intelligence, with his counterpunching ability. Are you all excited to watch Mayweather vs Ortiz bout. I'm sure you all do. You can watch Mayweather vs Ortiz live on HBO PPV. Here is the Mayweather vs Ortiz Tale of the Tape and compare each fighter advantages and disadvantages to each other. You can also watch a replay of HBO 24/7 Episode Mayweather vs Ortiz here.

Mayweather vs Ortiz