Family is complicated. Blood is thicker than water, yes, but nobody can draw blood in quite the same way as a fellow family member. And even when that occurs, the bond of the blood can mean that forgiveness is possible, even if forgetting isn't. The Floyd Mayweathers have done their share of sparring, two talented and proud men who sometimes still seem to get lost in the weeds of the past. But after their wounds heal, they always seem to gravitate back to each other. The wounds seem to have healed sufficiently, as the sport's pound for pound ace put out this photo on social media, with the caption, "Me & my trainer (my dad) back working together getting ready for May 4th."
We like happy endings, or, at least, happy chapters, so we see this as good news. What about you, readers? Does it make a difference if Uncle Roger, who is having a hard time with diabetes, oversees Floyd, or Dad does? Could the father-son dynamic leave an opening for Robert Guerrero, or whoever gets the May 4 gig? Weigh in, in our Forum.
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