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Mayweather Promotions displays fight stable on Showtime

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Friday, Feb 28, Mayweather Promotions will feature some of their rising prospects at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, NY. The card will be televised on Showtime and should provide boxing fans around the world with some insight in regards to Mayweather's stable of fighters.

In the main event, Mayweather Promotions is featuring J'Leon Love (16-0), who is set to face Vladine Biosse (15-2-2) in a middleweight match up. Love is a rising prospect that will eventually be looking for a title opportunity, but first he must work his way to the top by defeating any opponents Mayweather puts in his path.

Additionally, boxing fans will get the opportunity to view Badou Jack (16-0-1) and Mickey Bey (19-1-1). Both are highly touted prospects within the Mayweather stable and will be looking for impressive victories in order to move on to the next stage within their careers.

Bey, who suffered a TKO loss to John Molina (27-3), is looking to get back to the top of the lightweight division and will need to put together some notable victories in order to show the boxing world that he is worthy of being on a championship stage.

On the other hand, Jack will take on Derek Edwards (26-3-1) and has a lot of potential within the super middleweight division. With fighters such as Andre Ward, Carl Froch and Sakio Bika at the top of the division, Jack can challenge for a world title within the foreseeable future. However, he must first get past tough "B" level fighters in order show the boxing community that he is worthy of such a feat.

In the end, it should be interesting to depict the performance of some of Mayweather Promotions' most notable prospects within their fight stable. For love, Jack, and Bey there are many opportunities to contend for a world title, but first they must show that they merit such a feat. Only time will tell, but there is no better platform to show the boxing world that they are championship level fighters then on national television.

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