In this video we analyse 25 times where Floyd Mayweather showed Genius Ability. Floyd Mayweather, 50-0, may go down as one of the best in history. Now that his career is finished, it gives us fans time to reflect on just what made Floyd Mayweather ‘The Best Ever.’ What moves does Floyd Mayweather make in the ring to win a boxing match? – In this educational video we break it down!
We talk about fights such as ‘The One’ against Canelo Alvarez, along with others included but not limited to Robert Gurrero, Marcos Maidana, Miguel Cotto and more. We also slow the techniques down so we really get a proper look at just what’s going on in the squared circle. We hope you learn something from this video!
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This is a YouTube channel where we talk and give our opinions about everything regarding boxing. We talk about different things in every video, and we do it in a way that’s both fun and educational for you. On this channel all videos are:
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Our goal here at The Fight Game is to provide a channel on YouTube for Boxing fans to enjoy by posting unique videos with original commentary that educates the people about boxers and the sport of Boxing as a whole. I make my content original and unique by adding cool editing (ALL clips in my videos are edited by me), I give insight into boxing that’s not often heard anywhere else,
in videos I also like to make epic poetic voice overs to hype up my audience for upcoming fights, by doing this I give my videos a unique cinematic feeling that’s original to my YouTube channel. I also like to compare two boxers who have an upcoming fight by listing their strengths and weaknesses, and what I think they need to do to win their fights. All in all, the videos I post here on YouTube are aimed to make learning fun with cinematic editing and authentic commentary.