Pacquiao vs. Mayweather, Jr. has been categorized as the biggest boxing event of the century. The fight is an upcoming event that will be taking place between the undefeated, 5-division global hero Floyd and the 8-division international champion Pacquiao. Disagreements and Mayhem between both boxersâ€™ camps have erupted even while predictions mention that Pacquiao – Mayweather event will be known as the highest fight in the history of boxing as early as 2009. The disagreements are based on terms that the bout may be prevented from happening until 2015.
The ring magazine boxing event for 2010 emerged with the inability to make the Pacquiao – Mayweather fight happen. Nevertheless, negotiations for the great battle in 2015 have been finalized. These negotiations include the main problems preventing the fight from occurring in the past. This can be found in the likes of drug testing, purse split, and the fighting arena of the boxing event. On February 20th, 2015, the 5-division global hero Floyd confirmed that the fight had been perfectly signed by Pacquiao and himself. From a reliable source, the event will be taking place on May 2nd, 2015.
Mayweather Jr. has been confirmed to be 38 years in February 2015 and still remains undefeated. Mayweather has a professional status of no losses and 47 wins. Mayweather lost out in the 1996 Olympic Games, but still remain focused in taking his career to a new level. 6 months after humiliating Rick Hatton by a 10th round knockout on June 6th, 2008, Floyd promulgated his retirement from the boxing event. Nevertheless, there were plans to schedule a rematch with the Golden Boy Oscar. The rematch with the Golden Boy Oscar was confirmed to happen on September 20th, 2008. Mayweather mentioned that the step was not a simple option for him to take.
This is simply because boxing is all the number one pound-for-pound legend has done in his entire life. Mayweather continued by saying that the past years have been full of difficulties. On this note continuing with the sport may be a bit difficult. Even at the time, Mayweather has recorded 39 wins with no losses throughout his entire boxing career. With this record, Mayweather has been ranked the number one pound-for-pound boxing fighter in the globe. Nevertheless, Pacquiao was as well named the number two pound-for-pound boxer in the world. To get a clear confirmation of the real pound-for-pound hero between both boxers, May 2nd, 2015 has been declared a day of reckoning. Do miss the biggest boxing event on May 2nd, 2015.