Pacquiao to Mayweather: Let’s Give Fans What They Want

A perfect boxing action is always cherished by the viewers. Till a long time, people have not watched tough fighting match. This is why probably sensing the demands of the viewers Floyd Mayweather has called for an excellent boxing match and it could be the richest fight in boxing history.

Between the camps of Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, momentum is building. This will be a much awaited fight for the boxing fans – what exactly they were looking for.

In a quick recap is can be said that Mayweather issued a definitive challenged Pacquiao last Friday night thru an interview on Showtime Boxing. The fight was worth to be rejoiced for the passionate boxing lovers.

Manny Pacquiao stated, “I will try my best to make this a thrilling and entertaining fight. But I doubt if he’s gonna engage me in a slugfest. You all know his fighting style.”

In case there was any doubt that both men appear to want this fight, Pacquiao fired off another message on Tuesday.

The stage is set for an awesome rivalry between the two established named in the sphere of boxing. Buy your tickets in advance to experience this magnificent rivalry action of the game of boxing.

It is noteworthy that Floyd Mayweather has once again called out welterweight rival Manny Pacquiao. However, he has not mentioned a single word against Amir Khan because ‘no one has heard of him’.

Mayweather and Pacquiao’s meeting has been five years in the making with speculation now rife that the richest fight in boxing history is close to being made. Khan was hopeful of getting his chance to get in the ring with the American star but the 37-year-old says of the Briton ‘his name holds no weight’, making the prospective encounter extremely unlikely.

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather insists he is ready for Manny Pacquiao with a May 2 date penciled in for the biggest fight in boxing history.

After his victory against Devon Alexander in Las Vegas, Khan, who was pictured on Wednesday arriving back at Manchester Airport, said: ‘The Mayweather fight, I think, definitely should happen. I have proven myself not once, but twice.’

However, the WBA, WBC and Ring champion does not seem impressed with the crowd the Bolton-born boxer draws.

Floyd Mayweather said, “The other night I think he did 4,000 (attendance), so, Amir Khan, his name holds no weight.”

“No one knows who Amir Khan is, except for people who are involved in boxing.”

“My focus is Manny Pacquiao. Let’s make it happen.”

Earlier this week, Pacquiao, an eight-division champion and current WBO welterweight holder, said Mayweather had ‘nowhere else to run’ as talk ramped up about a high-profile fight.

As he enjoyed himself on his 36th birthday at home, Pacquiao refused to dwell on the latest rant from Mayweather.

“I don’t want to talk and even think about him because it will only spoil my day,” he said.

It is estimated that the fight will gross a minimum $300 million. Pacquiao has agreed to take the thin end of the 60-40 split, although there are suggestions that Mayweather may demand an even higher percentage if an agreement is to be finalized.

It is probable that the Money Man will insist on fighting in his adopted hometown of Las Vegas as usual. But Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum has been proposing the erection of a pop-up stadium in the famous Strip with a 50,000 capacity, more than double that of any existing arena in Sin City.

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