Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield has said that although Floyd Mayweather is a great boxer, he missed becoming an undisputed champion in his career.
Mayweather is a former five-weight champion, having won titles at super featherweight, lightweight, junior welterweight, welterweight and junior middleweight.
With the former pound-for-pound great boasting a currently unrivalled 50-0 record, “Money” believes he is the greatest boxer of all-time.
Having recently got into a debate with Sugar Ray Leonard over the topic, the 40-year-old said how he had beaten multiple world champions without suffering a loss.
However, Holyfield says Mayweather cannot claim he has beaten everyone because he has never unified all the titles in any of those divisions.