Friday, August 19, 2011

Ortiz promise to end Mayweather career

WBC champion Victor Ortiz promises to do more than just knocking out when Mayweather vs Ortiz meet on September 17. Ortiz promise that he will end the undefeated career of Mayweather. One of the member of Team Ortiz says that Ortiz is planning to go for a knock out against Mayweather. They told him that Ortiz is going for an early knockout; 3
 rounds or less against Mayweather. Ortiz will be the first boxer to face Mayweather in 16 months. Mayweather, who is undefeated through 41 fights, is highly favored to win against Ortiz.

"His career is going to be over after I climb in the ring with him," Ortiz said.

"He has a great record, but it will be over when we meet. My coach has said that I will knock him out, and that's what I'm going to do," he added.

But Ortiz is considered as a heavy underdog against Mayweather, who has not lost through 41 professional fights. Mayweather has already said that Ortiz is a great challenge for him.

"He is a young, fast, and very strong champion, but I will show that I am the best boxer in the world," Mayweather said. Golden Boy Promotions' chief executive officer Richard Schaefer is confident that the upcoming Floyd Mayweather Jr-Victor Ortiz bout will be the biggest pay-per-view (PPV) event of the year.