Roger Mayweather

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Roger Mayweather (born April 24, 1961) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1981 to 1999, and has since worked as a boxing trainer.wikipedia
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Floyd Mayweather Jr.

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Roger is part of the Mayweather boxing family: his brothers are Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Jeff Mayweather, and his nephew is Floyd Mayweather Jr.
His uncles Jeff and Roger Mayweather were professional boxers, with the latter—Floyd's former trainer—winning two world championships, as well as fighting Hall of Famers Julio César Chávez, Pernell Whitaker, and Kostya Tszyu.

Floyd Mayweather Sr.

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Roger is part of the Mayweather boxing family: his brothers are Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Jeff Mayweather, and his nephew is Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Younger brother Roger was WBC super featherweight and super lightweight champion and was known for his defensive skills.

Rocky Lockridge

Mayweather made two successful title defenses (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.
He is perhaps best known for having handed Roger Mayweather his first defeat—a first-round knockout in just 98 seconds—earning him the WBA and lineal super featherweight titles.

International Boxing Organization

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Additionally he held the IBO light welterweight title in 1994, and the IBO welterweight title from 1994 to 1995.

Pernell Whitaker

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In his next bout, on March 28, 1987, Mayweather fought against Pernell Whitaker for the NABF lightweight title.
In just his eleventh and twelfth pro bouts, Whitaker defeated former world champion Alfredo Layne on December 20, 1986 and former WBA and lineal Super Featherweight and WBC Light Welterweight title holder Roger Mayweather on March 28, 1987.

Julio César Chávez

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Thus, Mayweather earned the opportunity to fight against WBC Junior Lightweight champion and future legend Julio César Chávez on July 7, 1985.
On July 7, 1985, Chavez defeated former and future champion Roger Mayweather via a second-round knockout.

World Boxing Council

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Thus, Mayweather earned the opportunity to fight against WBC Junior Lightweight champion and future legend Julio César Chávez on July 7, 1985. He is a two-weight world champion, having held the WBA and lineal super featherweight titles from 1983 to 1984, and the WBC light welterweight title from 1987 to 1989.

Jeff Mayweather

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Roger is part of the Mayweather boxing family: his brothers are Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Jeff Mayweather, and his nephew is Floyd Mayweather Jr.
He is a member of the Mayweather boxing family: his brothers are former welterweight contender Floyd Mayweather Sr. and two-division world champion Roger Mayweather, and his nephew is five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Samuel Serrano

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After improving his record to 14-0, Mayweather earned a titleshot on January 19, 1983 against Lineal and WBA super featherweight (130 lb) champion Samuel Serrano.
In his next defense he met the younger and physically stronger Roger Mayweather.

Kenny Baysmore

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Mayweather won the USBA super featherweight title when he gave Kenny Baysmore his first loss, by TKO in round 3.
After defending the title once he lost it to Roger Mayweather next year via a third round KO, losing his first fight after 20 victories.

Benedicto Villablanca

Mayweather made two successful title defenses (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.
On August 17, 1983, Villablanca made his United States debut, when he challenged Roger Mayweather for the WBA world Jr. Lightweight title that Mayweather had earned by knocking Serrano out in eight rounds at San Juan.

Zab Judah

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Roger Mayweather garnered national attention during and after Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Zab Judah on April 8, 2006.
Mayweather's uncle and trainer, Roger Mayweather, climbed into the ring and approached Judah.

Vinny Paz

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Pazienza failed in title tries in the junior welterweight division: in 1988, against WBC World Champion Roger Mayweather and in 1990, against both WBO Champion Hector "Macho" Camacho and WBA World Champion Loreto Garza.

Rafael Pineda (boxer)

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He fought Rafael Pineda for the vacant IBF junior welterweight title on December 7, 1991, but he lost by knockout in round 9.
In 1991 he won the vacant IBF Light Welterweight title by beating Roger Mayweather with a ninth-round knockout.

Melissa St. Vil

Mayweather was arrested on August 2009 in Las Vegas for allegedly attacking one of his former boxers, female boxer Melissa St. Vil.
Melissa was assaulted by Roger Mayweather, Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s trainer and uncle.

Livingstone Bramble

On March 14, 1993, Mayweather beat former WBA lightweight champion Livingstone Bramble by corner stoppage in round 5.
He fought on, and met some future or former world champions such as Freddie Pendleton, Charles Murray, James "Buddy" McGirt, Roger Mayweather, Rafael Ruelas and Kostya Tszyu, as well as world title challengers like Wilfredo Rivera, Oba Carr and Darryl Tyson.

Kostya Tszyu

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On June 25, 1995, Mayweather fought the 14-0 Kostya Tszyu for the IBF junior welterweight title.
He then defended the world title, beating former Super Featherweight and Light Welterweight World Champion Roger Mayweather by a decision in 12, Hugo Pineda by a knockout in 11, Cory Johnson by a knockout in four and Jan Bergman by a knockout in six.

Tony Baltazar

After an amateur career during which he won various titles, he turned professional in the late 1970s, and boxed the likes of Robin Blake, former world champion Roger Mayweather (whom he beat by ten round unanimous decision), Hector Macho Camacho and Carlos Bolillo Gonzalez, the last two of which Baltazar fought for world titles.

Freddie Pendleton

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In March 1986, "Fearless", who was (14-13) at the time, took on Roger Mayweather (23-3) at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Harold Brazier

He fought such opponents as Roger Mayweather, Pernell Whitaker, Meldrick Taylor, Vince Phillips, Micky Ward, Lloyd Honeyghan, Juan Martin Coggi and Billy Collins.

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Zack Padilla

In 1991, he returned to boxing and went on a nine fight winning streak, which included victories over future champion James Page and former champion Roger Mayweather, before challenging for a world title.

Yoel Judah

Judah's father and trainer, Yoel Judah, entered the ring and swung at Roger.
After Zab hit Mayweather below the belt and with a rabbit punch, Roger Mayweather (Mayweather Jr.'s trainer) stormed the ring and went after Zab.

Darryl Tyson

In his next fight Tyson beat Roger Mayweather.

List of world super-featherweight boxing champions

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