Marcos Maidana vs Floyd Mayweather Early Betting Odds

Marcos Maidana challenged Floyd Mayweather like no one has done it in the recent past that’s why the Argentinean earned ‘Money’s’ respect and gave him a rematch, to be held next September 13th for the Welterweight title, in a 12 rounds clash at the MGM Grand, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

MarcosMaidanaFloydMayweatherMarcos Maidana challenged Floyd Mayweather like no one has done it in the recent past that’s why the Argentinean earned ‘Money’s’ respect and gave him a rematch, to be held next September 13th for the Welterweight title, in a 12 rounds clash at the MGM Grand, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Marcos Maidana hit Mayweather a lot in the first fight, but he’s getting ready not only to repeat that but to hold on in the last round that’s he lost to the judges.

“[Maidana] did many exercises for flexibility, strength, he did crunches, medicine ball exercises, but the start has been encouraging,” Maidana’s coach, Raul Robles said.

“With Maidana weighing in the 160s for his last couple of fights, he might not be able to fight in the 150s without him being weakened. Usually when a fighter goes up in weight, they have to stay at that weight in order for them to keep their strength. If they take the weight off to fight in a lower weight class, then they end up weakened in the process,” BoxingScene.com reported.

Mayweather respect’s Maidana, but don’t confuse respect with fear. Floyd Mayweather is yet to lose, and he expects to remain undefeated after September’s meeting.

“The same thing that happened when Germany won against Argentina is the same thing that’s going to happen on Sept. 13,” Mayweather said.

“Am I fighting a boxer or am I fighting an MMA fighter. I don’t know elbows, you know,” he added, “Check the Forbes list … it’s all about Money May all day,” later saying that “this is the last time you’ll ever see a champion like this.”

Marcos Maidana is listed +500 for the upset and Floyd Mayweather is -800 to take the victory home, according to the boxing odds.

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MTS co-founder Frank “Let It Ride” Lorenzo has been betting on sports since he was legally allowed to do so. (Did he do so before then, too? No comment.) He enjoys very strong coffee, neon lights, and passing on his wealth of betting knowledge to anyone who will listen.

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