from Unleashed (aka Danny the Dog)
Although some boxing fans may understandably find Money Mayweather's defensive, counterpunching style boring to watch, the bottomline is that the man can fight.
Mayweather can fight outside or inside, on the attack or on the move. He can potshot with jabs, lead left hooks or lead right crosses - or he can employ lightning fast combinations.
It just happens that he's defensively oriented.
I have a feeling the beast in Floyd Mayweather, Jr. will be unleashed against Shane Mosley because even at age 38, Mosley represents arguably the greatest challenge of Mayweather's career.
Sugar Shane is a little wild in the way he throws punches, but he's fast, powerful and relentless.
If Mayweather is going to stay pretty, he's going to have to bring his entire arsenal. He'll have to constantly move, control distance, and land the necessary potshots and combinations.
When the fight inevitably ends up in the clinch, he'll have to keep Mosley from smothering him.
Luckily for Floyd Mayweather, he'll be able to do all that - and more.
With his ability to control the tempo of a fight and counterpunch, he'll be able to keep the bull at bay. With his ability to keep structure in the clinch and punch from short range, he'll manhandle Mosley inside.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. will rise to the occasion and leave the ring with a unanimous decision win over Shane Mosley.