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Floyd Mayweather Fight Tickets: BargainSeatsOnline.com Reports Discount Prices for Upcoming Septembe

5899353009225084578.jpg Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) July 10, 2013 The professional boxer, who is currently undefeated, will be facing Canelo Alvarez in the ring on September 14, and the location for this exciting matchup will be MGM canelo alvarez vs floyd mayweather jr tickets Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Boxing enthusiasts know that this is going to be one humdinger of a fight, and they want to be right in the Arena when the action happens. Seats are going to sell very quickly, and BargainSeatsOnline.com , in anticipation of high ticket sales, has reduced the price of seats so that many sports fans will be able to afford tickets for the event. MGM Grand Garden Arena has hosted a number of exciting professional boxing matches, and the bout coming up on September 14 looks like it will be one of the best. All seats for the event will likely be sold out, and boxing aficionados who want to get up close and personal will be determined to obtain ringside seats.

Mayweather rant due to bitterness

5899353016051558252.jpg says the key has been reducing the number of time he's been hit Five-division world champion backtracks on previous retirement claim (CNN) -- Glance at Floyd Mayweather's complex life story and it's hard not to be reminded of the lyrics to Sly and the Family Stone's classic song: "It's a Family Affair" --- "Blood's thicker than the mud, it's a family affair." To start with there is the boxer's relationship with his father, which has such a degree of bad blood that even psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud might have trouble exploring the demons that have been unleashed between father and son. In May, the pair were professionally reunited for the first time in 13 years as Floyd Sr. worked the corner during his son's successful welterweight title defense against Robert Guerrero. The intervening years had been characterized by bitter rows and public slanging matches as the Mayweathers fell out to such extent that Floyd Sr. once told reporters he did not even know the names of two of his grandchildren.

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

5896502915747635172.jpg At some point, ego will take over--- especially if Mayweather looks less than stellar against Saul Alvarez on September 14--- and "Danielsan" may choose to take a chunk out of a declining Mr. Miyagi. After all, that is the nature of the boxing business as the young of the sport become reigning elite by feasting on the carcasses of yesterday's superstars. Both may publicly deny any desire to mix it up or any desire to even think of it, but the time may come when Mayweather is the only obstacle between Broner and the level of stardom he desperately craves.

Why Floyd Mayweather Vs. Adrien Broner May Be Closer Than You Think

5896059308662588362.jpg "It's obvious that Manny has gotten deep under Mayweather's skin," said Koncz from Los Angeles yesterday. A few days ago, Mayweather resumed his rants against the Filipino ring hero, telling the huge crowd that his long-time rival for the mythical title of pound-for-pound king "is a has-been." Somebody from the audience shouted at Mayweather to "fight Pacquiao" and an incensed Mayweather quickly responded that there's no need to do that. "His career is over. His career is over," said Mayweather especially following Pacquiao's face-first knockout defeat to Juan Manuel Marquez last December. Pacquiao said it is too early to count him out as he is in fact staging a comeback on Nov.