Floyd Mayweather Jr. delivered a rare, extended reflection at what was billed as his final pre-fight news conference on Wednesday.
"I really spoke from the heart," Mayweather (48-0) said afterward as his welterweight title defense approaches against massive underdog Andre Berto on Saturday at MGM Grand.
"I'm very thankful and appreciative and glad that everything went like it went in my career. Me, my family and my team went through ups and downs, but everything came together and that's why we're here today. I'm happy with how my career went."
Amid skepticism that it will be Mayweather's final fight, the 38-year-old said he trained for former...