Max Kellerman and Shane Mosley got severely out of pocket after the Floyd Mayweather fight and victory over Marquez. Kellerman and Mosley need to be put on front street:
During the pre-fight, the “weight issue” was rarely talked about, let alone the age difference. If you listened closely, the talk about weight happened after it became obvious that Floyd was defeating Marquez. Primarily, Max Kellerman, led the charge by mentioning discrediting statements during the fight. Every sentence started with “Well Floyd would not break weight, Marquez is old,” or something to that effect. What happened to Marquez being this formidable opponent? This is cliche with Floyd Mayweather Jr. fights. He is portrayed as the bad guy and every media outlet representative wants to see his demise. Most people can deal with him being the evil opponent, but at the end of the fight, instead of talking about the future, or what happened during the fight, “Max” thought it would be cute to bring his personal vendetta against Floyd into the ring and try to destroy his limelight. Kellerman wanted to make it about Sugar or himself; pathetic. Max Kellerman lost a bunch of fans that night with his overzealous hating on Floyd, and it’s painfully obvious how much of a wuss this guy is. The last time Max probably put on gloves was because it was cold. He is a poindexter-peon, a cold-hearted reporter. So after the melee was over, Max felt the need to offer this statement ,
“Before I even answer that, I just want to address Floyd’s behavior. It seems to me that in certain ways he can’t get out of his own way. I’m friendlier in my disposition to Floyd than most in the media because I enjoy pure boxers and he’s an all-time great pure boxer. And yet he seems to feel persecuted by even me, who really enjoys his craft.”
Max, forget about his “behavior,” what about “yours?” He is a professional fighter and did his job that night, did you? Floyd told us this would happen in our exclusive.
“Come on, you know they always trying to keep a brother down! I don’t know why either.”-Floyd Mayweather to Bossip.com