Boxing great Floyd Mayweather might be done managing Gervonta Davis but he is not done coaching the latter so that Davis could reach his highest potential. Davis is on the verge to walk out of Mayweather’s promotion, The Money Team due to a contractual end to their business relationship to test free agency and find a new manager. Davis is going to face another undefeated boxer and knockout artist like him in Rolando Romero, who is also and is still currently under The Money Team.
Meanwhile, ever since he retired from boxing undefeated as 50-0, Mayweather has been nothing short of a money-making sensation, from having a successful promotion like The Money Team to side coaching boxers like Davis himself to also fighting, only in exhibition bouts with absolutely huge sums of money. It’s safe to say that during and towards the end of his career, Mayweather has turned out to become the richest athlete in combat sports history, in a debate against UFC megastar Conor McGregor.
Floyd Mayweather keeps on training Gervonta Davis with the same intensity as Rolando Romero
Watch the video below that indicates that despite the end of the business between Gervonta Davis and Floyd Mayweather, there’s no shortage of the amount of trust they have in each other. Davis is seen training a variety of punches under Mayweather’s mitts, however, the video shows a simultaneous view of Davis’ upcoming opponent Rolando Romero training with Mayweather as well.
While Romero is refining his power shots, Davis is seen working on closing distance against his opponent. Later on, Davis practices his power shots while Romero practices his defence through head movement. The clip goes on with other things worked upon on both the boxers. What stays the same about both sides of this training footage is that Mayweather seems to be coaching both his students with the same focus and no bias in his body language.
What do you make of Mayweather approaching both the fighters for their training despite both of them having to face each other? Who do you think wins between Romero and Davis? Davis is 26-0 with a record of 24 wins by the way of knockout. Romero is 14-0 with 12 wins via knockout.