In the year Floyd Mayweather Jr. retired from boxing, Vasyl Lomachenko's exceptional skills led to several opponents retiring in between matches. Hypothetically, if Mayweather and Lomachenko had fought, who would have come out on top? Let's find out Joe Rogan's answer.
A brief snippet from a recent episode of 'The Joe Rogan Experience' gained attention yesterday, featuring Joe Rogan and his guest engaging in a conversation about Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Vasyl Lomachenko.
The UFC commentator, Joe Rogan, commented, saying, "Floyd versus Loma."
A breakdown of Mayweather Jr.'s style against Lomachenko's would have been fascinating had Mayweather been in his prime, "Because Floyd would move toward you like this, he would get right up on you."
Guest Vinny Shoreman, a performance and mind coach, highlighted a clear distinction between 'Pretty Boy' Floyd and 'Money' Mayweather, considering them as two separate boxers. He emphasized that 'Pretty Boy' Floyd, with his remarkable footwork and aggressive approach, was the superior fighter.
Rogan expressed regret that some people might not consider Floyd Mayweather Jr. as one of boxing's all-time greats because he didn't always deliver thrilling outcomes. However, Rogan himself stated, "...he's the best ever."