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April 03, 2020

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April 1, 2020
thanks champ for teaching us all the true art of boxing and passion for the sport. we will miss you since of humor and your love for the sport. May you rest in peace. Big cool
March 31, 2020
My condolences to the Mayweather family and friends. May God and fond memories continue to provide comfort, peaceful heart and strength to your family today, tomorrow, and always.
March 29, 2020
My condolences to the Mayweather family. RIP Roger. The Original "Black Mamba"
March 28, 2020
My father in law introduced me to Roger in 1997, and honestly it was instant friendship. Roger helped me put together some of our best fights. When Roger had to work a corner, and if he brought his daughter Jade with him that night I would watch her until he was done. I worked with Roger for 8 years but it went further than a working relationship, we became family. Roger was a friend, and my wife and daughters would sit and listen to him as he told his stories, we laughed at the funny parts and cried at the sad ones. My girls are all grown and some have family of their own but they all remember and tell stories about Roger. They loved him as much as my wife and I did. I will miss my friend, as I know a lot of others will too. Roger isn't sick anymore, he doesn't hurt anymore, he's not confused anymore, he's in the best place one could be. We love you my brother, friend, family.
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