Floyd Mayweather’s encouraging message to Rolly Romero after being knocked out by Pitbull Cruz – La Opinion

Floyd Mayweather’s encouraging message to Rolly Romero after being knocked out by Pitbull Cruz – La Opinion

Floyd Mayweather Jr. sent an encouraging message to Rolando ‘Rolly’ Romero after being knocked out by Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz and losing his super lightweight title of the World Boxing Association (WBA) last weekend at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

In a publication on his official Instagram account, Mayweather expressed that he is proud of Rolly Romero for having become a two-time world champion in just a few fights and He advised him to get back up to continue his career.

Keep your head up! I am incredibly proud of you for achieving the remarkable feat of becoming a two-time world champion in less than 18 fights, all without any amateur experience, and in just 14 years of total combat sports experience. In this journey we call life, you will win and you will lose, that is the game,” he wrote.

“But in life, we all face defeats, including me. So remember, When people try to tear you down, don’t let it keep you down. Get back up, stay true to yourself, and recognize how much you have accomplished,” Mayweather wrote,” he concluded.

It should be noted that Pitbull Cruz dominated Rolly Romero from start to finish and shut his mouth as he promised before the fight. The American He could not at any time counteract the power of the Mexican and from the beginning he was hurt with strong blows, but he was able to survive on several occasions until the eighth the referee stopped the fight after a shower of fists.

After falling again and being silenced in the ring, the former two-division champion promised that he would return and changed his tone after he used his trash talk repeatedly to attack the Mexican during the promotion of the fight between the two.

20240328 Tszyu vs Fundora Final Press Conference Ryan Hafey 72
Rolly Romero could not keep his word of knocking out Pitbull Cruz and ended up being stopped by the Mexican, Photo Courtesy: Ryan Hafey/Premier Boxing Champions.

For now, it is unknown what Rolly Romero’s next steps will be after this performance against the Mexican. Previously, the American He was interested in a fight with Ryan García, but now that he doesn’t have the belt it doesn’t seem possible that can happen. Another option would be to face the Venezuelan Ismael Barroso, whom he beat due to a controversial stoppage by referee Tony Weeks, who became interim WBA champion and has been calling for a rematch.

Rolando ‘Rolly’ Romero, 27 years old, former champion of two weight divisions and now hopes to come back stronger to shake off this new setback in his career against Pitbull Cruz and try to be crowned again at 140 pounds. The American has a record of 15 wins (12 by fast track) and two losses.

Keep reading:
· Rolly Romero changes his tone and promises to return after being knocked out by Pitbull Cruz
· The controversial judge’s card that had Rolly Romero winning the fight against Pitbull Cruz
· Ryan García assures that he would put Pitbull Cruz to sleep after knocking out Romero: “It would be a field day”

Spread the love