Found March 09, 2012 on North Texas Fisticuffs:
PLAYERS: Bob ArumManny Pacquiao
Pacquiao offers a 70/30 split to the winner against Mayweather. No more ducking and excuses for Mayweather not to fight Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao now. First, Mayweather used the excuse of blood tests to not fight the pound for pound best fighter in the world. Not only was that ridiculous, but an insult to the 8 division world champion. This is professional boxing, not the Olympics. Nevertheless, the ridiculous blood test excuse was agreed to, and then another excuse evolved. Then Mayweather made another ridiculous offer to Pacquiao to take $40 million and no Pay Per View money. This was done after Mayweather rejected a 55-45 split, wherein the winner would get the majority portion. So to prove how stupid a $40 million offer and no PPV money was, Bob Arum made Mayweather a $50 million offer and no PPV money, just to show him how ridiculous his previous offer was.  In reality, things are backwards here. Pacquiao is the one who should be making the demands. He is not only the best poun...

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