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Did Judah Really Knockout Floyd in Sparring?

Floyd Mayweather stretches during the press conference for the Mayweather vs. Marquez fight at the MGM Grand Hotel Wednesday. (Cory Olsen | The Grand Rapids Press)

Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. will Face UFC Superstar Conor McGregor on August 26th In Las Vegas. One of Floyd’s fiercest rivals over his career was former world champion Zab Judah who is the only man to nearly finish the undefeated boxer. Floyd has brought in the likes of Zab Judah and Errol Spence Jr. to help keep him sharp for this fight. According to the Las Vegas Post who has been inside the Money team for years now, Floyd was Knocked out cold during a wild exchange with Judah.

Word from inside , Zab Judah knocked out @FloydMayweather in Sparring during a wild exchange where both boxers began to brawl.

Apparently Floyd kicked everyone out of the gym afterwards. More to come

Zab was mimicking Conor and just came right after him.


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Aaron Portier
Highly passionate MMA Journalist, and I've followed the sport ever since my favorite fighter, Vitor Belfort won the heavyweight tournament at UFC 12. After that I've tried to go to every local MMA event around the Gulf Coast and surrounding areas and decided to make it a point to have a career in some aspect in the fighting sport other than fighting in general (didn't want to ruin my face). I'm currently enrolled at Southeastern Louisiana University working towards a degree in Communication. I cover MMA, Boxing and Football for The Daily Star newspaper in my hometown of Hammond, Louisiana, in addition to working as a promotional writer for a local Boxing promotion known as BoxnCar and I cover boxing for 8countnews.com however SciFighting.com is my home. My main goal is to bring more publicity to MMA in my area and to the sport as a whole as all of us involved with the sport are merely scratching the surface and laying the foundation of what mixed martial arts competition will be further down the road.