Floyd Mayweather said when Jervonta Davis can fight Teofimo Lopez

Floyd Mayweather Jr., promoter and mentor of the “regular” WBA lightweight champion (up to 61.2 kg), American Jervonta Davis (23-0-0, 22 KO), said when his player could go to the leader of the division, compatriot Teofimo Lopez (16-0-0, 12 KO).

“Tank” is not afraid of anyone, guys. And the reason why we are not able to organize fights with Top Rank is … It’s simple. As I said earlier, now we have too many belts and champions.

But if we still succeed in negotiations, then I believe that “Tank” will pass Theo. I believe it, although it will not be easy. We will perform one more time [после предполагаемой победы над Лео Санта Крусом]and then you can fight Lopez, “Mayweather said.

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