Floyd Mayweather Sr wants his son's ass kicked by De La Hoya - Boxing
By Johnny Benz (Jan 23, 2008) Doghouse Boxing  
In a recent interview conducted by David Mayo for the Grand Rapids Press, legendary trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. spoke on how he may be back in Oscar De La Hoya's corner if and when De La Hoya faces his son, Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a rematch. There is heavy rumblings in the Boxing world that both De La Hoya and Mayweather Jr. will indeed rematch this upcoming September.

Mayweather Sr., who was replaced by trainer Freddie Roach last year when he out priced himself with a price of $2
million dollars, insists to the publication that his son, Mayweather Jr. has slipped and has showed more vulnerability in last month's victory over Britain's Ricky Hatton.

Mayweather Sr. quoted in the Grand Rapids Press in regards to what he sees in his son: "I see things he's doing wrong," Mayweather Sr. added: "The thing he doesn't understand is I still study the game. I taught him everything he knows, and I've brought out more stuff in myself since we were together."

In regards to the family conflict , Mayweather Sr. was not worried about what his son may have to say and said his goal was to go and help De La Hoya kick his son's ass.

"Whatever my son wants to say about it, I'm the motivator, the innovator, the creator, and I'm still here today," said Mayweather Sr., adding: . "It's just a job to me, and I'm going to train that old man to go in there and kick his ass."

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