It has come to this when Floyd Mayweather Jr. fights: The only things missing are Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell and a groundhog. It’s the same thing, over and over. The same hype, the same buildup, the same outclassed opponents.
With no quality quarterback to throw to him, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was a forgotten star during the Arizona Cardinals’ free-fall last season. He needed change, and it came in two forms.
Danny Garcia gets to keep his world titles, and his father, Angel Garcia, gets to keep his hair.
At the start of his Monday news conference, Bobby Hauck, UNLV’s football coach with the 6-34 record — 7-34 now, after coming from three touchdowns down to beat Central Michigan on Saturday night — said he would answer questions only about the Chippewas.
Floyd Mayweather Jr., whose nickname is “Money” and who made a lot of it Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden, made Saul “Canelo” Alvarez his latest victim while adding to his legacy in one of the most anticipated fights in years.
UNLV was done, the football season was quickly vanishing, the Rebels getting completely outclassed by Central Michigan.
Ishe Smith’s reign as a world champion lasted less than seven months.