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Eleven-time world champion Floyd Mayweather and former welterweight titlist Marcos Maidana meet in a highly anticipated rematch at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, live on SHOWTIME Pay-Per-View. September 13, 2014 The big boxing event between Floyd Mayweather (46-0, 26 KO) and Marcos Maidana (35-4, 31 KO).  You can easily watch Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Marcos Rene Maidana Live streaming direct in your pc, laptop, mac, iphone, ipod. Don’t miss this fight just join us and enjoy more.

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Boxing: Mayweather vs. Maidana II – LIVE

Boxing: Mayweather vs. Maidana II – LIVE

Boxing: Mayweather vs. Maidana II – LIVE

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Live: Sat, September 13th, 8:00 PM ET
Network : HBO USA, BoxNation UK
Venue : Las Vegas

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Mayweather Jr. defends his WBC/WBA welterweight title against Maidana. From the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
-As of 6:25 p.m. ET (3:25 p.m. PT) they were still awaiting Mayweather’s arrival.
-At approximately 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) Floyd had arrived driving one of his many Bugattis. Two more of his Bugattis were being driven behind him.
-6:35 p.m. ET (3:35 p.m. PT) Floyd giving media interviews.
-6:50 p.m. ET (3:50 p.m. PT) Floyd dishes on 50 Cent, Warren Buffet, the shooting and protests in Ferguson and more.
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Mayweather Update :

Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is an American professional boxer. He is currently undefeated as a professional and is a five-division world champion, having won ten world titles and the lineal championship in four different weight classes.
Fight History :
Boxing record

Total fights : 46
Wins : 46
Wins by KO : 26
Losses : 0
Draws : 0
No contests : 0

Marcos Maidana Update :

Marcos René Maidana (born 17 July 1983) is an Argentine professional boxer and the former WBA welterweight champion. He currently has a professional record of 35–4, with his only professional losses coming against Andreas Kotelnik, Amir Khan, Devon Alexander and Floyd Mayweather Jr., all by decision.

Fight History :
Boxing record
Total fights : 39
Wins : 35
Wins by KO : 31
Losses : 4
Draws : 0
No contests : 0

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Mayweather vs Maidana Latest news :

Floyd Mayweather said he’s ready for whatever kind of brawl Marcos Maidana has waiting at the MGM Grand on September 13 as he worked out in front of the world’s media in his Las Vegas gym.
The only thing separating the 11-time world champion and the Argentine’s last encounter in May from a street fight was the ropes, but Mayweather’s class came through as he took a points decision and extended his career record to 46-0.
A cut from a Maidana headbutt in the fourth round and a number of questionable blows from the underdog, a former world champ in his own right, didn’t put Mayweather off his game and the richest sportsman on the planet is expecting more of the same when they meet again.

Mayweather vs. Maidana II: Burning Questions Ahead of Blockbuster Fight
These five questions will be debated and discussed in barrooms and on message boards wherever boxing fans come together in the days leading up to the fight on September 13.

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1. Will Marcos Maidana’s Popularity Continue to Grow?
When a fighter faces Floyd Mayweather, a certain percentage of fans will always cheer for him, simply because he is fighting Mayweather. And among serious fans, Marcos Maidana was already a popular performer due to his take-no-prisoners, all-action style.

Maidana raised his popularity and earned his first shot at Mayweather when he beat the crap out of the insufferably cocky Adrien Broner last year. His relentless, mauling style against Mayweather took his stardom to the next level.

Maidana made the last fight exciting and relatively close. It might be too much to ask him to do it again, but I do expect him to demonstrate the same tough-guy persona that has been steadily winning him fans.

2. Will the Earlier Start Time Lead to Better Sales?
In a move that is great news to all early-to-bed East Coasters like myself, Golden Boy and Mayweather Promotions announced last week that they would be moving the start time for this event up to 8 p.m. ET.

Traditionally, most pay-per-views have started at 9 p.m. or later. The biggest part of the boxing audience has always been blue-collar, so events sometimes ended a little more than 24 hours before viewers had to get up to go to work on Monday.

For a lot of fans, it’s tough to even stay awake for the main event. For young fans trying to break into the sport with their parents, it’s often too late at night.

I’m old school and keep grandpa hours most of the time. I’d love to see a return to the days of major fights happening in the afternoon.

That’s obviously very unlikely. But the move to 8 p.m. is at least a nice accommodation to make for the 80 percent of the U.S. population that lives in the Eastern and Central time zones.

3. Will There Be a Shake-Up to the Mayweather Entourage?
It makes me feel a bit like a gossip columnist to be writing about this before one of the biggest fights of the year. However, promoting fights has always been partly about show business, and Floyd Mayweather understands this as well as anyone ever has.

Speculation over who will walk into the ring with Mayweather on fight night is always part of the chatter in advance of a Mayweather fight. Rap superstars, teen heartthrobs and entire circus troops have accompanied him to the ring in recent fights.

For his past few fights he’s fallen into a steady lineup of Lil Wayne and Justin Bieber. Even my eight-year-old niece hates the Bieb at this point, but Mayweather has kept loyal with his own case of Bieber fever.

Still, it’s hard to imagine a showman like Mayweather won’t finally shake things up this time around. In his 2012 HBO interview with Michael Eric Dyson, Mayweather actually boasted he could get Barack Obama to walk in with him, if he made the call.
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4. Are the Wheels Coming off the Money Team?
Even while battling Marcos Maidana in a tough fight last time, Floyd Mayweather proved that he’s still the pound-for-pound best in the sport. So this question isn’t about Mayweather. Even at 36, he very much looks to have quality years ahead of him in the ring.


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