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Marcos Maidana: I always come out looking for the knockout

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his eagerly awaited rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV, world champions Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (WBC Super Bantamweight), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez (IBF Lightweight), junior welterweight contender John Molina, Maidana’s trainer Robert Garcia and Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe participated in a Media Workout Tuesday at Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard. 

Marcos Maidana: I always come out looking for the knockout

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his eagerly awaited rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV, world champions Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (WBC Super Bantamweight), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez (IBF Lightweight), junior welterweight contender John Molina, Maidana’s trainer Robert Garcia and Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe participated in a Media Workout Tuesday at Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard. 

Marcos Maidana: I always come out looking for the knockout

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his eagerly awaited rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV, world champions Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (WBC Super Bantamweight), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez (IBF Lightweight), junior welterweight contender John Molina, Maidana’s trainer Robert Garcia and Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe participated in a Media Workout Tuesday at Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard. 

Marcos Maidana: I always come out looking for the knockout

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his eagerly awaited rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV, world champions Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (WBC Super Bantamweight), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez (IBF Lightweight), junior welterweight contender John Molina, Maidana’s trainer Robert Garcia and Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe participated in a Media Workout Tuesday at Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard. 

Marcos Maidana: I always come out looking for the knockout

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his eagerly awaited rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV, world champions Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (WBC Super Bantamweight), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez (IBF Lightweight), junior welterweight contender John Molina, Maidana’s trainer Robert Garcia and Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe participated in a Media Workout Tuesday at Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard. 

Marcos Maidana: I always come out looking for the knockout

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his eagerly awaited rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV, world champions Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (WBC Super Bantamweight), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez (IBF Lightweight), junior welterweight contender John Molina, Maidana’s trainer Robert Garcia and Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe participated in a Media Workout Tuesday at Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard. 

Marcos Maidana: I always come out looking for the knockout

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his eagerly awaited rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV, world champions Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (WBC Super Bantamweight), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez (IBF Lightweight), junior welterweight contender John Molina, Maidana’s trainer Robert Garcia and Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe participated in a Media Workout Tuesday at Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard. 

Mayweather vs Maidana II prediction

Although public demand is debatable Marcos Maidana will get a second opportunity to beat Floyd Mayweather Jr at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas once again on September 13th. Maidana did enough to convince the pound for pound champion that he needs to set the record straight and convincingly beat him after the Argentinian gave him one of the most gruelling fights of his career. Floyd did enough to win by a split decision on the score cards after also suffering a cut about his right eye thanks to some dirty tricks from the challenger. Many have come to the conclusion that the American will rely on his mobility to make the rematch easier.

But will it be that simple?

Marcos Maidana: “Floyd Mayweather is ‘not invincible”

Marcos “El Chino” Maidana, the former welterweight world champion who gets his highly anticipated rematch with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in the main event of “MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 live on SHOWTIME PPV®, met with media members in Carson, Calif., last Saturday at StubHub Center and took part in an interview on the SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast.

Joining Maidana at the media roundtable were two-division world champion Leo “Terremoto” Santa Cruz,and Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo, both of whomare on the pay-per-view undercard on Sept. 13.

Floyd Mayweather: The Sweetest Scientist of Them All

Right around now, Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana are beginning in earnest their respective training camps for a September 13th rematch in Las Vegas.  And as is customary, the invective has been flying towards the supposedly chary Mayweather for his choice of opponent since the fight was announced.  The standard accusations of the naysayers don’t hold much water this time however.  With El Chino being neither too young nor too old, fighting at his optimum weight and in no way shot, the criticism appears more abstruse than normal.  In fact, looking back on the first bout, it is easier to find reasons for Floyd to avoid the Argentine than evidence of the promise of another easy payday.

Floyd Mayweather: The Sweetest Scientist of Them All

Right around now, Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana are beginning in earnest their respective training camps for a September 13th rematch in Las Vegas.  And as is customary, the invective has been flying towards the supposedly chary Mayweather for his choice of opponent since the fight was announced.  The standard accusations of the naysayers don’t hold much water this time however.  With El Chino being neither too young nor too old, fighting at his optimum weight and in no way shot, the criticism appears more abstruse than normal.  In fact, looking back on the first bout, it is easier to find reasons for Floyd to avoid the Argentine than evidence of the promise of another easy payday.

Floyd Mayweather: The Sweetest Scientist of Them All

Right around now, Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana are beginning in earnest their respective training camps for a September 13th rematch in Las Vegas.  And as is customary, the invective has been flying towards the supposedly chary Mayweather for his choice of opponent since the fight was announced.  The standard accusations of the naysayers don’t hold much water this time however.  With El Chino being neither too young nor too old, fighting at his optimum weight and in no way shot, the criticism appears more abstruse than normal.  In fact, looking back on the first bout, it is easier to find reasons for Floyd to avoid the Argentine than evidence of the promise of another easy payday.

Floyd Mayweather: The Sweetest Scientist of Them All

Right around now, Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana are beginning in earnest their respective training camps for a September 13th rematch in Las Vegas.  And as is customary, the invective has been flying towards the supposedly chary Mayweather for his choice of opponent since the fight was announced.  The standard accusations of the naysayers don’t hold much water this time however.  With El Chino being neither too young nor too old, fighting at his optimum weight and in no way shot, the criticism appears more abstruse than normal.  In fact, looking back on the first bout, it is easier to find reasons for Floyd to avoid the Argentine than evidence of the promise of another easy payday.

Floyd Mayweather: The Sweetest Scientist of Them All

Right around now, Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana are beginning in earnest their respective training camps for a September 13th rematch in Las Vegas.  And as is customary, the invective has been flying towards the supposedly chary Mayweather for his choice of opponent since the fight was announced.  The standard accusations of the naysayers don’t hold much water this time however.  With El Chino being neither too young nor too old, fighting at his optimum weight and in no way shot, the criticism appears more abstruse than normal.  In fact, looking back on the first bout, it is easier to find reasons for Floyd to avoid the Argentine than evidence of the promise of another easy payday.

Floyd Mayweather: The Sweetest Scientist of Them All

Right around now, Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana are beginning in earnest their respective training camps for a September 13th rematch in Las Vegas.  And as is customary, the invective has been flying towards the supposedly chary Mayweather for his choice of opponent since the fight was announced.  The standard accusations of the naysayers don’t hold much water this time however.  With El Chino being neither too young nor too old, fighting at his optimum weight and in no way shot, the criticism appears more abstruse than normal.  In fact, looking back on the first bout, it is easier to find reasons for Floyd to avoid the Argentine than evidence of the promise of another easy payday.

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