Found November 01, 2012 on Sports by Colin:
PLAYERS: Manny Pacquiao
After offering to accept 45% of the pay-per-view revenue no matter the victor to finally cement a welterweight bout, the insatiable Floyd Mayweather had the audacity to state that Manny Pacquiao’s willingness to receive less cash proves the Filipino’s desperation. … Continue reading →
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