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Mayweather Fires Back, Shreds Canelo and De La Hoya

Then at 5:30 p.m. ET it's a trip back to May of 2010, when Alvarez passed his first major test in stoppinglongtime contender Jose Miguel Cotto to finish their heated nine-round fight. Next up at 6:30 p.m. ET, fans will watch as Mayweather defeated top pound-for-pound champion Juan Manuel Marquez in their September 2009 showdown.

If you talk trash, I will talk trash. You respect me, I respect you. Thats how it works declared Mayweather. De La Hoya and Team Canelo were more vocal this time around and maybe it was due to the fact that it was the last stop on a 10 city tour but it didnt stop Mayweather from responding. After De La Hoya and Canelo had their say, Mayweather took command of the podium.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. credits once estranged father for his boxing longevity

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and his father -- and trainer -- Floyd Sr. celebrate the victory over Robert Guerrero in May

says he could no longer trust Roger to be in his corner since diabetes is affecting the 52-year-old's eyesight. Floyd Sr.'s fallout with his son did not prevent him being a coveted trainer with 'Golden Boy' Oscar De La Hoya, seen here beating Fernando Vargas in 2002, working under him for a number of years. Floyd Mayweather Jr. talks to his father during a press conference ahead of his fight with De La Hoya in 2007. Floyd Sr.

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