Roger Mayweather 27 Career Boxing Fights On 9 DVDs With  Menus
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   ROGER MAYWEATHER 27 fights on 9 boxing DVDs
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ROGER MAYWEATHER 27 fights on 9 boxing DVDS
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Roger Mayweather vs Munoz
Roger Mayweather vs Serrano
Roger Mayweather vs Alvarado
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Fights Boxing DVD 9
Roger Mayweather vs Tszyu
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Roger Mayweather vs Lockridge
Roger Mayweather vs Baltazar
Roger Mayweather vs Baysmore
Roger Mayweather vs Chavez I
Roger Mayweather vs Fuentes
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Roger Mayweather vs Whitaker
Roger Mayweather vs Pazienza (HL)
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Roger Mayweather vs Julien
Roger Mayweather vs Arrendondo
Roger Mayweather vs Brazier (HL)
Roger Mayweather vs Chavez II
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Roger Mayweather vs Rivera
Roger Mayweather vs Paisan
Roger Mayweather vs Alli
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Roger Mayweather vs Pineda
Roger Mayweather vs De La Cruz
Roger Mayweather vs Avendano
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Roger Mayweather vs Bramble
Roger Mayweather vs Padilla
Roger Mayweather vs Griffith
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Roger Mayweather vs Tyson
Roger Mayweather vs Bizarro
Roger Mayweather vs Lovato
Roger Mayweather (born April 24, 1961) is a retired professional boxer. He won two major world titles in two different weight classes. Throughout his career, Mayweather fought against many other boxing champions of the 1980s and 1990s. He is a part of the Mayweather boxing family; his brothers are former welterweight contender Floyd Mayweather and former IBO super featherweight champion Jeff Mayweather, and his nephew is five division world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. Roger eventually became Mayweather Jr.'s trainer.
Boxing career
Junior Lightweight and Lightweight
Mayweather who was 64-4 as an amateur made his pro boxing debut on July 29, 1981 against Andrew Ruiz. Mayweather won by TKO in round 1. In his thirteenth fight, Mayweather beat Ruben Munoz Jr. for the USBA lightweight (135 lb) title.
After improving his record to 14-0, Mayweather earned a titleshot on January 19, 1983 against WBA super featherweight (130 lb) champion Samuel Serrano. Serrano entered the bout with a record of 49-3-1 and had lost only once since first winning the title in 1976. Nonetheless, Mayweather led on all three judges' scorecards before he beat Serrano by TKO in round 8 and effectively ended Serrano's career.
Mayweather made two successful title defense (against Jorge Alvarado and Benedicto Villablanca), but then his first loss came when he was knocked out in round 1 by Rocky Lockridge on February 22, 1984.
Mayweather won the USBA super featherweight title when he gave Kenny Baysmore his first loss, by TKO in round 3. Thus Mayweather earned the opportunity to fight against WBC Junior Lightweight champion and future legend Julio Cesar Chavez on July 7, 1985. Although Mayweather won the first round on the judges' scorecards, he was knocked down twice in round 2 and lost by TKO.
On November 28, 1986, Mayweather beat Sammy Fuentes for the WBC Continental Americas lightweight title. In his next bout, on March 28, 1987, Mayweather fought against Pernell Whitaker for the NABF lightweight title. Mayweather was knocked down in round 1, but he knocked down Whitaker in round 9. Whitaker won by unanimous decision.
Junior Welterweight
After Mayweather moved up to the Junior Welterweight (140 lb) division, he fought against WBC Junior Welterweight champion Rene Arredondo on November 12, 1987. Mayweather led on the scorecards and knocked down Arredondo three times in round 6 to win by TKO.
Mayweather made four successful title defenses before he encountered Mexican champion Julio Cesar Chavez again on May 13, 1989. Prior to this fight, Mayweather was being called by several boxing writers as "The Mexican assassin" due to his numerous wins over Mexican fighters over the last few years. Chavez was still undefeated at the time, and with a 63-0 record, he was a rising legend. Mayweather retired after round 10 due to the body damage inflicted by Chavez.
Mayweather won the WBA Americas super lightweight title on April 5, 1990 from Ildemar Paisan. He fought Rafael Pineda for the vacant IBF junior welterweight title on December 7, 1991, but he lost by knockout in round 9.
On March 14, 1993, Mayweather beat former WBA lightweight champion Livingstone Bramble by corner stoppage in round 5. Bramble had defeated Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini twice for the title in the mid 1980s.
Mayweather defeated Eduardo Montes for the IBO light welterweight title by third round knockout on May 28, 1994. Less than three weeks later, he defeated Marco Antonio Ramirez by round 3 TKO.