Speculation continues with the welterweights fight…
World class boxing trainer Stephen Edwards says that Floyd v Pac face-off is not showing good signs and he believes that the current stalemate is bad for the sport. By not approving to the supposed super fight for years now, boxing, together with its fans have suffered a quench says Stephen Edwards who handles the careers of Julian Williams and others!
He opines that the talks of the fight were the most awful thing that could ever happen to boxing. The Filipino boxer and the pound for pound boxer looking for a contender in their subsequent fight, it only makes sense that they should come to blows each other. They are the clear most wanted over anyone else, moreover the top fighters in their respective divisions.
Spaced out from being one of the most respected boxing coaches, Stephen is also a journalist for the boxingtalk.com website, where a lot of interactions happens with boxing enthusiasts together with question and answer sessions.
The outlook that this matter has created is extremely absurd. Guys, who were friends, will take different turns and it will not quite come to blows. In the same discussion, Edwards expressed more aversion on how the Mayweather-Pacquiao non-fight has subjugated the boxing headlines. Mentioning Brook, Errol Spence, Amir Khan and Keith Thurman, boxing fans should welcome and appreciate upcoming fighters in the division, he adds.
Having said all that, the newest on the Floyd-Pac is nothing, but the same it was in November 2014, or years ago since 2010 or 2011 when it was initially thrashed out, when both champions overtly called out each other and that they want the super fight to take place in the start of the New Year. No deal or contract has been confirmed or settled down; however as boxing fervents continue to wait patiently for what could be the biggest fight in boxing history.