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Manny Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum responded to Floyd Mayweather's challenge, saying a fight was possible but not on the May 5 date Mayweather proposed. Mayweather on Tuesday tweeted a challenge to Pacquiao to "give the world what they want to see." Mayweather reportedly has booked the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for May 5. Arum responded that May 5 does not work for Pacquiao, and that Pacquiao will "chip in lawyers' fees" to push back Mayweather's already delayed June 1 date to report for a 90-day jail sentence. "June 9 is perfect," Arum told the Los Angeles Times. "May 5...
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Manny Pacquiao has replied to Floyd Mayweather's taunts on Twitter, but are we any closer to seeing the superfight or is this more of the run around?
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.
Pacquiao's financial adviser Michael Koncz told The Associated Press on Thursday that a 45,000-seat boxing arena being built in Las Vegas won't be finished before the end of May and...
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.
It’s funny how Floyd Mayweather Jr. can spend so long coming up with excuses not to fight Manny Pacquiao, but now that he’s ready for the bout, he’s going out of his way to make Pac Man look bad.
Floyd issued a call out to Pacquiao over Twitter Tuesday, saying “Manny Pacquiao I’m calling you out let’s fight May 5th and give the world what they want to see.”
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...