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Floyd Mayweather Jr. trivia quiz

Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, lands a left on

Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, lands a left on Oscar De La Hoya during the 12th round of their WBC super welterweight world championship boxing match on Saturday, May 5, 2007, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Photo Credit: AP

Floyd Mayweather Jr. will meet Manny Pacquiao in a super-fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 2, 2015, in what is being called "the biggest fight in the history of boxing."

It certainly will help shape and define the career legacies of both fighters.

But first, try this Floyd Mayweather trivia quiz.

1

Floyd Mayweather Jr. earned which medal at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta?

2

How many weight divisions has Floyd Mayweather Jr. won titles in?

3

Which of these fighters did Floyd Mayweather Jr. not have a rematch with?

4

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has 26 career knockouts. How many have come within his last 10 fights?

5

Since 2006, all of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s fight have taken place in Las Vegas. Which state hosted Mayweather’s last fight outside Nevada?

6

Only one judge has scored a pro fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr.? Who was the opponent?

7

How many opponents does Floyd Mayweather Jr. have in common with Manny Pacquiao?

8

Who was Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s dance partner when he appeared on Season 5 of “Dancing with the Stars”?

9

Who did Floyd Mayweather Jr. beat to win his first championship, the WBC super featherweight title?

10

Name the only fighter to have fought both Floyd Mayweather Jr. and his uncle Jeff Mayweather.

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