In less than two weeks, Floyd Mayweather Jr. will fight Robert Guerrero on Showtime pay-per-view. As witnessed on Wednesday night's episode of "All Access," the mind games are escalating and the tension is tightening.
Best spoken line, Floyd Mayweather Jr.: "I'm a winner. I know how to win. Come fight night, I'm always able to expose any fighter's weakness. We the Ghostbusters." Nice touch throwing the theme music in there as well.
Best spoken line, Robert Guerrero: "When you have someone in the gym that's real alive, real excited and happy to be there, you feed off it." Talking about his dad.
Best written line: Every personality contributed to the harmony within the gym, following a maestro, moving to his own signature beat.
Best supporting cast: "Do-it-all Bob." How can you not love a guy named Do-it-all Bob? Runner up is Nate Jones, he takes all of Floyd's body shots, as well as some "ribbing."
The scenic view: The footage from the handle bar camera on Floyd's bike. Great shots. Looked like a Canon 5D fastened to the bike.
More thoughts on the show
-- It's great that Ruben Guerrero is confident. He is in this with his son and he believes mightily in his son. Every father should. But still feel like Ruben is walking a fine line when mocking the Mayweathers. It doesn't pay to taunt them. They are the Mayweathers and they have accomplished an awful lot in this sport. They can back it up.
-- Contrary to what Floyd says, it's not the media who is trying to stir up controversy between Roger Mayweather and Floyd Mayweather Sr. You replaced Roger with Floyd, the media has to ask the questions.
-- Miss Jackson's explanation of her and Floyd's relationship seemed to cause more confusion.
-- Interesting that Floyd gave himself a D+ after the Cotto fight.
-- Loved the tee ball game and loved that his father is hoping that some day the kid will be playing at Stanford.
-- That Floyd is working on his defense cannot be encouraging for Guerrero. It was never easy hitting Floyd, now it would be seemingly harder if he tightens up that D.
-- Does it really take three cars to ride along with Mayweather while he's doing roadwork?