The vision of a Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao fight always continues, regardless of opposing commentaries. We all know that Mayweather doesn't really speak a lot every time he is asked about the Filipino boxer.
The wind must have changed its direction because the undefeated boxer finally said what he has to say about Pacquiao. Chris Robinson of Hustleboss caught up with him during a Mayweather Promotions event at Little Creek Casino in Washington on Friday evening, and got to ask him his opinion about Pacquiao's performance over Brandon Rios.
Mayweather was quick to answer that he has "nothing negative" to say about Pacquiao. "This is a guy who is 1-2 in his last three fights," he added. "I wish him nothing but the best," he said. However, he still seems a bit indifferent and showed lack of interest to really fight the Filipino fighter. "I don't know which company he's with, but the only company that I'm focused on at this particular time is Mayweather Promotions, and my fighters that are under my banner," he said.
The bickering of their supporters who wants a super fight happening between them is just overwhelming. However, Mayweather did not give any solid response when Robinson asked him if a super fight between him and Pacquiao is indeed likely to happen, and stated that is only focused to his next fight on May 3, 2014.
"If it is Pacquiao, then it is Pacquiao," said Mayweather. "If it is Amir Khan, then it is Amir Khan," he added. He simply put it in plain words. He has been fighting the seventeen years of his life. He has been presented boxers to fight with and stated that he has always been triumphant. "Come May, they'll put a guy in front of me, I'll go to training camp," he said, "Work hard and the results will be the same," he concluded.
Mayweather still has four fights to go on in his money-spinning Show Time deal. He has already revealed that he would fight twice in 2014.
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