Originally written on Fight Hub TV  |  Last updated 10/16/14

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 13: THe likeness of Manny Pacquiao (white trunks) of the Philippines is seen on the giant screen as he is interviewed after he won against Antonio Margarito (black trunks) of Mexico during their WBC World Super Welterweight Title bout at Cowboys Stadium on November 13, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Leading up to Manny Pacquiao’s return to the ring on Nov. 23 against Brandon Rios questions pertaining to longtime nemesis, Floyd Mayweather Jr., were bound to pop up at some point. During one of his interviews with press during fight week in Macau, “Pac-Man” was asked what he thought of the Mayweather and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez bout that took place in September and he responded, “He (Canelo Alvarez) didn’t do nothing.” He went on to say he thought Alvarez would fight like himself, aggressive, but one would think that’s what Canelo’s plan was heading into the bout to which he loss via majority decision.  Mayweather and his superior defensive fight style takes his opponents out of their planned attack, making them look like second-rate opposition for the most part. Seeing that Pacquiao would hope to be the aggressor if he ever were to fight Mayweather (and we all know it won’t) that would play right into “Money May’s” hands, as aggressive fighters get eaten alive by Mayweather’s c
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