Mayweather is insisting he will never again step into the ring.
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Floyd Mayweather has lived a far from perfect life but the fighter known as "Money Man" will have the chance to cap an unprecedented boxing career Saturday when he puts his 49-0 record on the line against Conor McGregor.In the buildup to the bout, Mayweather rattled off a list of boxing greats who have tried and failed to beat him, including Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao and Arturo Gatti. But the police have a much less flattering view of Mayweather, as the boxer was accused over one 10-year stretch of assaulting five women on at least seven different occasions, including a 2010 incident resulting in a 90-day prison sentence.What Mayweather does understand is boxing and with a victory Saturday would move ahead of former heavyweight great Rocky Marciano, who retired with a perfect 49-0 career record.That loss so stung Mayweather that he vowed never to lose again.
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