Undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd "Money" Mayweather returns to network television this Saturday, April 27, when CBS broadcasts "MAYWEATHER" at 8PM ET/PT. The special one-hour documentary will reveal the life story of the charismatic Mayweather and features appearances by a number of different celebrities. It also examines the hard-working, humble approach taken by four-division world champion Robert Guerrero, who has endured incredible challenges on the road to his May 4th clash with Mayweather.
With less than 2 weeks left to go before the highly-anticipate showdown, check out what other programming you can expect as we get closer to May Day: Maywether vs. Guerrero:
LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS
SHOWTIME will televise the official weigh-in live on Friday, May 3 and a pre-fight show on Saturday, May 4, immediately preceding the pay-per-view telecast. Each telecast will include live interviews, ALL ACCESS behind-the-scenes features from fight week and, on Saturday's program, live undercard fights.
MAY DAY FIGHT WEEK LINEUP
A fight week blitz will begin on Monday, April 29, with daily programming on SHOWTIME, SHOWTIME EXTREME and CBS SPORTS NETWORK leading up to May 4. Included in the lineup will be ALL ACCESS marathons, classic Mayweather and Guerrero fights, as well as the aforementioned live programming from Las Vegas.
Encore presentations of classic bouts featuring Mayweather and Guerrero will air on SHOWTIME, SHOWTIME EXTREME and CBS SPORTS NETWORK. Fights, airing in their entirety, are Mayweather vs. Oscar De La Hoya, the most watched pay-per-view event in history; the controversial fight between Mayweather and Victor Ortiz; Mayweather vs. Ricky Hatton; Mayweather vs. Shane Mosley and Mayweather vs. Juan Manuel Marquez.
Full fights from the Guerrero archive include the southpaw's gutsy, breakthrough performances against Selcuk Aydin, Michael Katsidis, Gamaliel Diaz (rematch) as well as his first fight after learning of his wife's diagnosis of Leukemia in 2007, a first-round knockout win over Martin Honorio.
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