Hand Injury Won’t Prevent Floyd Mayweather Jr. From Fighting In September
Floyd Mayweather Jr. dismantled Robert Guerrero on Saturday night, and turned a highly anticipated showdown into a paid sparring session.
As it was pointed out yesterday on this amazing site, Mayweather Jr. has six task to complete, and has 30 months to complete all of them.
Mayweather Jr. can’t afford to waste time, nor does he plan to. ESPN.com is reporting that the hand injury he suffered on Saturday night while delivering on those straight rights to Guerrero, is not serious, and shouldn’t prevent him from fight in the fall.
Reports say that Mayweather’s hand looked swollen and discolored when he showed it to media members after the postfight news conference.
“He went to hospital [Saturday] night, and everything is fine,” Kelly Swanson, Mayweather’s longtime publicist, told ESPN.com on Sunday. “He just experienced some soreness.”