If Floyd Mayweather Jr. sticks to his word, then September 12th's fight with Andre Berto will be his last. Berto is no walkover, but for Floyd, who has dominated nearly every notable fighter in every division in which he's competed, he's little more than a payday. While Floyd's matchmaking has been unfairly called into question in the past, there's no doubt that this would be a profoundly disappointing end to an enigmatic but undeniably entertaining career in the squared circle.
I give my rundown of the fight in this preview video, asking how meaningful it could possibly be, and taking a quick look at some of the more notable controversies that have always seemed to hang like foreboding clouds over Mayweather's otherwise impressive career. The latest hubbub, concerning a suspicious IV rehydration that Mayweather only had approved after the fact (how is that a thing?), makes the last Mayweather fight of 2015, and possibly the last ever, a particularly disappointing affair.
Is Mayweather-Berto worth your money? Watch the video and find out.