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Wasted Greatness: Floyd Mayweather Turns 34

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by Paul Magno of The Boxing Tribune The one natural resource that can never be recovered is time. Time ticks away and can never be brought back. One can never get back those prime years or those moments when you could’ve, should’ve accomplished more. The saddest story is one of "what could’ve been." Floyd Mayweather Jr. turned 34 yesterday and, whether it was on his mind or not, the most accurate statement that could be used to sum up the star’s 14-years of turbulent, triumphant, and often frustrating career is "imagine what could’ve been." No, this won’t be article #10 million about Mayweather ducking so and so or being "afraid to lose." Frankly, those stories are written by people with agendas or by those without any real, working knowledge of how the sport actually works beyond what they see, read, and choose to believe. Read more...
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