MANILA - Boxing coach Freddie Roach doesn’t see Floyd Mayweather Jr. hanging his gloves just yet even after he clashes against Haiti’s Andre Berto this September.
Although the cocky American boxer has hinted that he’ll be retiring following the bout against Berto, Roach believes Mayweather will be going for a 50th career victory by getting one more fight.
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Mayweather remains unbeaten in 48 fights and a victory against the WBA interim welterweight king will tie him with Rocky Marciano, who retired undefeated after 49 bouts.
Another win will push him past Marciano’s record.
"I don't know where Mayweather's going right now. I don't think he'll stop at 49 fights. I think he'll fight to 50. I'm hoping that he promotes himself, maybe if he does he can make more money,” said Roach, Manny Pacquiao’s boxing trainer, to Boxing News Online.
In Mayweather’s most recent fight, he outpointed Pacquiao in what supposed to be a super fight.
But the Filipino superstar reportedly suffered an injury midway the fight, resulting to Pacquiao’s less than stellar performance.
Roach guarantees that Pacquiao will be able to beat Mayweather in a rematch if the Filipino comes in 100% healthy.
"Manny would do much better in a rematch, if the shoulder gets better. We were doing well until the shoulder went in the fourth round and we had a tough time after that. I do think we can beat Mayweather 100%.”