LAS VEGAS — After his loss clearly there is no room for a trilogy and Marcos “Chino” Maidana has announced that he would be retiring from boxing forever and will seek a career in the music industry where he hopes to land some hits.
Marcos “Chino” Maidana took dirty boxing to a new level Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena when he apparently tried to bite a chunk out of Floyd Mayweather’s left glove in the eighth-round of their pay-per-view bout.
But even that low-class tactic failed to derail Mayweather from a one-sided victory in the rematch of their spirited encounter last May. Using his speed, footwork and impeccable defensive skills, Mayweather earned a unanimous decision to remain the pound-for-pound king of his sport.
Maidana didn’t enjoy the early success he had in the first bout. Mayweather kept the fight in the center of the ring, using his boxing skills to dominate the Argentinian to the point where during a clinch in the eighth-round, the challenger appeared to bite Mayweather near the thumb of his left glove.