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And so it continues… Earlier this week Floyd Mayweather took to Twitter to call out Manny Pacquiao, campaigning for Pacquiao to take a May 5th bout at the MGM Grand. In the days that followed, Top Rank Boxing promoter Bob Arum has voiced his opinions on the possibilities of the fight actually happening in May, much of [...]
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A Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao bout has been talked about for quite some time. And while we may not be any closer to it happening now than any time before, Mayweather is ramping up the intensity via Twitter. In his latest call-out, Mayweather tweeted, "I'm ready to put my belt up. What about you Manny Pacquiao? Let's make history," along with an overhead...
Floyd Mayweather is ready to brush knuckles with Manny Pacquiao, but there is one major problem -- Pacquiao is not ready to fight him. Mayweather is up in arms about fighting Pacquiao, and now that may not even happen, according to Fight Hype. "I don't want to fight nobody else but him. Nobody! I want him," Mayweather told Ben Thompson. "I don't want to fight...
Manny Pacquiao has renewed his faith in God, but it still remains
up in the air whether he will fight American Floyd Mayweather in
Las Vegas on May 5.
MANILA, Philippines -- Manny Pacquiao's camp says there is no economic sense in setting up a bout with Floyd Mayweather on May 5 after the unbeaten American publicly challenged the Filipino champion via Twitter.
Manny Pacquiao's camp says there is no economic sense in setting up a bout with Floyd Mayweather on May 5.
By Reni M. Valenzuela Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. have been knocking around tricky thorny paths that could lead them to undesirable destinations as individuals and top boxers. They need some changing of "gears" soon enough to make a truly wonderful turnaround in their personal life and boxing career, and perhaps agree to finally make the most-awaited duel...
Manny Pacquiao's camp says there is no economic sense in setting up a bout with Floyd Mayweather on May 5 after the unbeaten American publicly challenged the Filipino champion via Twitter.
So Floyd Mayweather Jr. was able to get the start of his jail term pushed back so he can fight on May 5 and now he's calling out Manny Pacquiao. So we're finally going to see the super fight that every boxing fan has been waiting years to see, right? Not so fast.
When Pacquaio was steamrolling Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton and Miguel Cotto, it looked like Mayweather...
These guys over in Taiwan who do computer-animated takes on the news crack me up. I don't agree with their take at all on this particular issue, but it would be better if real life was like this. Who wouldn't want to see Manny Pacquiao punch Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in his freshly prison-raped ass? (h/t)We will be getting to part II of the series about up-and-coming fighters...