According to an unidentified eyewitness, boxer Floyd Mayweather got knocked out during a sparring session with former world champion Zab Judah on March 21, reports Daily Mail.
"Zab hit Mayweather with a good shot, a left hook to the body, and he went down,” said the unidentified source.
"To my knowledge Money has never gone down ever. Not in sparring, or in the ring."
Apparently Mayweather stayed down for more than 10 seconds, which he has never done during a fight. He has a 47-0 undefeated record and is getting ready for “the fight of the century” against Manny Pacquiao May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Mayweather then got up and reportedly knocked out Judah to a “bloody pulp.”
"It's not unusual for a boxer to get hit hard in training and go down. And Floyd responded well,” the witness said. “When he got up, he finished the session. And he beat Zab to a bloody pulp, however he was down for more than a 10 count so technically he was knocked out."
Judah has denied the reports through his twitter account.
"@maven_boxing: @SUPERJUDAH any comment on the KO you delivered to @FloydMayweather recently?" (That's Not True it never happen stop it)— ZAB JUDAH 5x Champ! (@SUPERJUDAH) March 25, 2015
Source: Daily Mirror
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