Floyd Mayweather: 'I'm not a f***ing sparring partner, I can fight'

Floyd Mayweather reacts angrily to claims that Saul Alvarez has been knocking out his sparring partners in training.
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Floyd Mayweather has warned Saul Alvarez that it will not be a training session when they meet in the ring this month.

The WBC welterweight champion and pound-for-pound king takes on WBA champion Alvarez in two weeks.

He reacted angrily to claims that the Mexican has been knocking out his sparring partners.

"I couldn't care less what the rumour is about Canelo's [Alvarez] camp," Mayweather told RingTV.

"I'm not a f***ing sparring partner, I'm Floyd Mayweather and I can f***ing fight."

Both fighters are unbeaten going into the September 14 bout.

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