Found February 01, 2012 on Los That Sports Blog:

Although boxing’s biggest personality Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been publicly campaigning to fight welterweight champ Manny Pacquiao for weeks, it appears as if that fight is a no go before Mayweather heads off to jail in June. According to reports, Mayweather will square off against four-time champion Miguel Cotto on May 5th at MGM Grand [...]

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