"I'm in different cities in different countries and I hear people talking about Mayweather-Pacquiao 2. I guess people forgot about those different ESPN commercials. 'He really wants to fight? He's scared of me. He don't really want to fight.' They forgot about those ESPN commercials," stated retired undefeated former pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather, who recently spoke to FightHype.com and made it crystal clear that he has no intentions of coming out of retirement, let alone participating in negotiations for a rematch with 8-division world champion Manny Pacquiao.
Less than two weeks ago, Pacquiao posted a video on his Facebook account telling fans, "I don't know yet who's my opponent next, but we're still negotiating right now about the rematch with Floyd Mayweather, so hoping for that." Pacquiao, however, is either lying or he's being grossly misinformed by his adviser because according to Mayweather, any talk of a rematch is simply not true. In fact, even if Mayweather was still fighting, it doesn't sound as though he believes a rematch would even be necessary after his dominant unanimous decision victory.
"Once again, I dissected this fighter, the so-called 'best fighter of our generation'. I dissected him; probably was 10 to 2, really 11 to 1, but it's safe to say 10 to 2. 'Mayweather is so boring, he's this, he's that!' I'm boring enough to do the biggest and the best numbers in pay-per-view history," Mayweather explained before totally killing Pacquiao's hope for a rematch when he makes his return to the ring next April for what could very well be the final fight of his career. "It's all bullshit. What they're doing is this, once again, piggybacking off my name to sell pay-per-view numbers when he do go out there and fight again," he added.
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