Floyd Mayweather Jnr: 'I don't have to brag anymore'

Floyd Mayweather Jnr
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Floyd Mayweather Jnr feels that he is at a point in his career where he no longer feels the need to boast about his in-ring ability.

Floyd Mayweather Jnr believes that maturation as a person has brought an end to his famous bragging about his boxing ability.

The unbeaten fighter, who has been known for showboating in the past, says that he is at a point in his career where he no longer feels the need to boast about his skills in the ring.

"I've done all that [bragging] before, I don't have to come out here and tell you how fast my hands are and I don't have to tell anyone how good my jab is, or how good my right hand is, I just go out there and do it," BoxingScene.com quotes Mayweather as saying.

"I'm older and I'm wiser now. I don't have to do nothing else but go out there and perform and give everyone what they want to see."

Mayweather's record currently stands at 44-0 after he beat Robert Guerrero at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas last week.

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