Floyd Mayweather Jr. is mostly known for his amazing defensive abilities and frequently coming out of his boxing matches with hardly a scratch on his face. He’s hard to hit cleanly, let alone hit at all, and the only official knockdown of his career occurred through him breaking his hand against Carlos Hernandez and putting his glove on the canvas after throwing a punch.
For those who aren’t familiar with the offensive side of Mayweather’s boxing style, this fantastic compilation by Boxing Legends TV shows you the top-50 punches of his phenomenal career. You can watch it at the top of the page, and you can see the list of opponents in the video by clicking here. Yes, Mayweather has knockout wins, and several against truly high-level opposition. He’s not nearly as potent as he used to be, but you can see the angles he cuts, the accuracy of his power punches, the terrific countering abilities, and everything else that has made him one of the most dominant men in the sport’s history.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, August 26th. You can catch the fight live on Showtime PPV, or through UFC.tv.