Floyd Mayweather didn’t need much time to announce himself as the greatest boxer of all-time after selecting his top five fighters in the sport.
During his segment with ESPN, one of the broadcaster’s pundits had chosen Muhammad Ali at number one, which Money swiftly erased, replacing the pick with himself.
When speaking about himself in third person, Mayweather said as quoted by ESPN via SPORTbible, “He’s beat more world champions than any other fighter in a shorter time and less fights than any other fighter,”
“Landed punches at the highest percentage and took less punishment. He’s been world champion 18 years in five different weight divisions.”
Watch the video above to see how Mayweather’s top five selection of the greatest fighters of all-time unfolded.
Source: ESPN via SPORTbible