สมัครพนันออนไลน์ SBO It’s cash, cars and, of course, Floyd Mayweather

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สมัครพนันออนไลน์ One of the perks Floyd Mayweather Jr. received in the six-fight contract he signed last year with Showtime was the ability to serve as executive producer of the preview shows about his fights.

พนันฟุตบอล The next installment of Showtime’s All Access series will build toward Mayweather’s Sept. 13 rematch at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas against Marcos Maidana. It will debut on Showtime on Aug. 30 at 9:30 p.m. ET and the new round will be familiar for long-time Mayweather observers.

Throughout the piece, Mayweather boasts of his skills, his wealth, his cars and the lifestyle the money provides him. Such over-the-top gimmickry in the debut of HBO’s 24/7 series before his fight in 2007 with Oscar De La Hoya is what vaulted him into superstardom.

He’s never abandoned that theme and turns to it again in his fourth All Access series for Showtime.

In one segment of the debut episode, Mayweather speaks of his boxing career. “They kind of believe,” he says in a voice over while clips are shown of him dressed like James Bond gambling in a casino. “I really believe. They think they’re good. I know I’m great.”

สโบเบท SBO Austin Trout on time, focus and improvement

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สโบเบท By December of 2012, Austin Trout seemed on the cusp of breaking through in big-time boxing. The light middleweight had just improved to a perfect 26-0 by soundly beating one of the sport’s biggest stars, Miguel Cotto, in the Puerto Rican’s adopted home turf of Madison Square Garden.

สโบ As Trout heads into a Friday Night Fights main event contest against Daniel Dawson in Temecula, CA tonight, however, the 28 year-old sits on a two-fight losing streak and will compete for the first time in nearly nine months. After the Cotto bout, Trout lost a close fight to Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, but then got blown out by Erislandy Lara last December in a fight he now admits he wasn’t ready formentally or physically, in part due to the death of his grand mother at his wedding.