Selling a boxing match normally includes a lot of trash talk. With the promotional tours, shows like 24/7 and All Access, and interviews before and after the match, boxers have many opportunities to say something they shouldn't.
They're asked to be over the top and boisterous to help sell the fight and get fans to buy tickets and pay-per-views, but the fine line between being boisterous and being offensive is often crossed.
What may offend some may not offend others, but with as often as boxers have cameras or mics in front of them, there have been and will continue to be times when they say something they wish they could take back.
Here's a look at some of the "low-lights" from the last decade.