Mayweather vs Ortiz 24/7: Live Discussion of the Final Episode

At 9 p.m. EDT tonight, the final episode of Mayweather vs Ortiz 24/7 will air on HBO, followed by a live "overtime" segment with Jim Lampley which is scheduled from 9:30 until 10 p.m., but may or may not be worth actually watching. We'll see, I guess.

So far this time on 24/7, we've seen every side of Money Mayweather. We've seen the guy who visits troops, we've seen the guy who dismisses (and sometimes respects) his opponents, and we've seen the uglier side of Floyd during the first episode when he and his father had a verbal war to close the show.

From Ortiz's side, we've heard the hard luck story, gotten to know his brother Temo, and seen Victor largely relaxed, focused, and confident about his chances to become the first man to defeat Mayweather. With low-key trainer Danny Garcia, Ortiz has been portrayed as "the other guy" in the fight, but an "other guy" with a personality.

If you've missed anything up to this point, check out Anthony Wilson's excellent recaps of episode one, episode two, and episode three. You can also check out the full first episode here.

Those interested in checking out some live boxing instead at 9 p.m. can join in our Mike Lee live thread, as Lee returns to his alma mater to fight at Notre Dame in the university's first-ever pro boxing card. Top Rank is streaming that show live on their web site.

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