“Is It Gonna Be Live-Streamed This Time or No?”: Fans Gear Up to Tune In as Floyd Mayweather’s Protege Curmel Moton Gets Ready to Fight on David Benavidez vs. Demetrius Andrade Undercard

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Days of Floyd Mayweather stealing wins from his opponents are gone! However, the legendary boxer has left behind a close image of himself to continue his legacy. Curmel Moton, ‘Money’ Mayweather’s prodigy is about to enter the ring against his second professional opponent on November 25th. The fight will unfold in the undercard of David Benavidez vs. Demetrius Andrade at Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas.

With a measly three days left from the fight, Curmel ‘Big Deal’ Moton recently turned to X (formerly Twitter), sharing a picture of himself alongside a caption that read, “Only days away.” The tweet, hinting at his return to the ring, instantly went viral, capturing the attention of the boxing world. So, fans quickly made their way to the comment section, expressing their excitement about the upcoming fight.

Despite being a newcomer to professional boxing, Moton boasts an impressive following online. It’s further justified by the numbers the post gathered – 31K plus views, nearly 600 likes, and a variety of comments.

One user expressed his thoughts on Moton skipping the Olympics to turn into a pro boxer.

Another user boldly claimed that Moton would beat Gervonta Davis in a fight.

Someone else wished Moton luck for his upcoming fight while promising to tune in to watch it.

The next user questioned if Moton’s fight would be televised.

One user boldly asserted that it would be an easy fight for Moton.

With that out of the way, here’s what Shakur Stevenson had to say about Moton a while back.

While Moton is ready to fight in his second professional bout, the Las Vegas resident has been sparring with the likes of Shakur Stevenson for quite some time. So, who else would be a great fit for judging Moton’s abilities? In an interview with ES News, Shakur Stevenson sheds light on Moton’s abilities.

Suggesting Moton spars with pros on a regular basis, Stevenson suggested Moton will adjust quickly. “The thing is, with him, he in the gym with pros every single day, so his adjustment to the pros might be quick,” said Shakur. ‘Sugar’ went on to impart some crucial advice to the newcomer. “The only advice I’ll give him is – stay focused, keep doing what he doing,” said Stevenson.

As Moton gets ready for his second fight on November 25, the fans are also gearing up to witness the epic clash, as evident from the responses.

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