Floyd Mayweather Jr. draws fans who don't normally watch boxing, so it's hard to judge the health of the sport based on his hype, Tim Keown writes.
Here's an unintended and unexpected consequence of Timothy Bradley's farcical win over Manny Pacquiao: The biggest winner is a guy sitting in a jail cell.
In ESPN The Magazine, Tim Keown writes that Floyd Mayweather Jr. does the hiring, selling and boxing for every one of his fights. That's why he's money.
Turn out the lights. This sport is all but over. Boxing doesn't have enough going for it to survive without a Mayweather-Pacquiao fight. And that one ain't going to happen.
If recent events provide any indication, the Lakers and Floyd Mayweather Jr. might be knocked from their lofty perches.
On the cusp of the biggest -- and maybe last -- fight of his career, Floyd Mayweather Jr. turns up the ego to tune out his demons.