Unless he states that he is going to give up the belt, he will continue to stay as the 135-pound world champion as well, so that's pretty much all I have to say," said one of the talking heads of Golden Boy, CEO Richard Schaefer, on a recent conference call pumping up the fight.
With the road to 2013 in boxing's version of greatness, paved perfectly for the gifted, 27-0 (22), right-hander from Cincinnati, Ohio, one wonders if he
will have any sort of challenges on his
way to the Hall of Fame.
"Many people feel that he is heir apparent to the pound-for-pound throne," Schaefer
stated, never defining if those "many people" are his own team, the media or Chuck Giampa and his pound-for-pound panel.