According to world-class trainer Jeff Mayweather, Floyd Mayweather Sr. will be the "voice of the corner" when undefeated pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather defends his title against top challenger Robert Guerrero on May 4 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. "Floyd Sr. is more vocal, so he will more than likely be the voice of the corner," Jeff explained in a recent interview. While it's no secret that father and son recently reunited to work together for the upcoming fight, it was unclear as to exactly how involved Mayweather Sr. would be considering that Floyd's uncle and long-time trainer, Roger Mayweather, would also still be working the corner.
During a recent interview during the Final Four, Floyd Mayweather himself hinted that his father has been instrumental in coming up with the right game plan to utilize for the fight. "We gotta see what's the game plan. You know, my dad is back on my team. My dad truly believes in the less you get hit, the longer you last in the sport and I've been able to last in the sport for 17 years, which is a great thing," Mayweather commentd when asked if he would fight Guerrero in the same manner in which he fought Miguel Cotto. Though Jeff confirmed that Roger will still be working the corner, it looks like Big Floyd will be the voice of reason on fight night.
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