Carlos Manuel Baldomir vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr.

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Compubox Punch Stats
Total Punches Baldomir Mayweather
Landed 79 199
Thrown 670 458
Pct. 12% 43%
Power Punches Baldomir Mayweather
Landed 67 131
Thrown 562 258
Pct. 12% 51%

2006-11-04 : Carlos Manuel Baldomir 147 lbs lost to Floyd Mayweather Jr 146 lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

Notes

Carlos Manuel Baldomir vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. (poster).jpg
  • Mayweather weighed in at 146 pounds and entered the ring at 149. Baldomir weighed in at 147 and entered the ring at 162.
  • Floyd's uncle and trainer, Roger Mayweather, was not able to train him for this fight or work his corner. Roger was serving six months in jail for a battery conviction and was under suspension by Nevada officials for setting off a brawl during Floyd's fight against Zab Judah seven months earlier. Longtime assistant trainer and adviser Leonard Ellerbe took over in the corner.
  • Mayweather was a 4-1 favorite.
  • Dan Rafael of ESPN.com reported: "The fight was not competitive for a single moment as Mayweather overwhelmed the plodding Baldomir with his speed." Rafael scored the fight 120-108 in favor of Mayweather.
  • Mayweather cut Baldomir outside of the left eye and on the bridge of the nose in the first round.
  • Many in the crowd of 9,427 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center booed the lack of action and left before the fight ended.
  • Mayweather said he hurt his right in the middle of the fight, around the sixth round.
  • At the post-fight press conference, Mayweather said he would retire after his next fight. He arrived at the press conference dressed in a dark suit and flashing his broad smile. However, moments after taking the podium, Mayweather's mood suddenly changed as he was overcome with emotion. Searching for words, Mayweather choked up before turning to weep on HBO executive Kery Davis' shoulder. After Mayweather regained his composure a couple of minutes later and wiped his face with a white towel, he found the words that took everyone by surprise. "I love the sport," Mayweather said in a soft voice as he continued to wipe away tears. "One more fight and I'm through. I don't need boxing. I'm not in it for the money. It's about legacy. I'm rich and I've accomplished what I want."
  • The fight generated 325,000 pay-per-view buys and $16,300,000 in revenue.
  • Mayweather earned $8 million for the fight, while Baldomir was paid $1.6 million. Both were career highs in earnings for each fighter at the time.

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