Floyd Mayweather will put his 44-0 record on the line against Canelo Alvarez this Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena but still found time to stop by Ferrall on the Bench and answer a few questions.
“I’m just blessed, man,” Mayweather told Scott Ferrall. “I have a tremendous team, like I said before. Working hand-in-hand with Leonard Ellerby and working with Al Haymon, they had a tremendous game plan on the outside. They (take) care of business on the outside. My job (is) to go inside the ring and take care of business. They give me comfort on the outside so I can go in there with comfort and take care of business on the inside.”
Mayweather, 36, has fought at the MGM since he was a teenager but still feels it’s a special place. Tickets for his fight with Alvarez sold out within hours, creating the largest gate – $19.9 million – in Nevada history.
“The MGM, this is home, man,” he said. “It’s always been my ultimate goal just to fight at the MGM. I fought here as a teenager, as an amateur. But to sell out the arena every time I fight, it’s a blessing.”
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