Video: Floyd Mayweather Discusses Manny Pacquiao
“Floyd Mayweather is at the level now he can come out with his own world championship belt…I’m 45 and 0 throughout my professional career, and like I always said before, and I’ma say it again; you put ’em in front of me, I’ll beat ’em…you gotta realize this, everybody kept talking about the title, he’s mandatory; he can have the belt. A belt doesn’t make me,” stated undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd “Money” Mayweather, who shared his thoughts on the WBC’s recent ranking of multi-division world champion Manny Pacquiao as the number one contender to Mayweather’s welterweight title. Check out what else he had to say! – Video by FightHype.com
FightHype.com recently caught up with Floyd “Money” Mayweather to clarify reports coming out the Philippines stating that Manny Pacquiao would soon be flying to the United States for a meeting with the undefeated pound-for-pound king in hopes of discussing the possibility of a mega-fight. “I don’t really know what the future holds for me, but, you know, it’s different names that everyone keeps hearing about. A lot of people say Amir Khan, but then, of course, a guy like Pacquiao, a guy who just, like I said before, he’s 1 and 2 in his last 3 fights. He comes back and he fights a lightweight,” Mayweather commented when Pacquiao’s name was first brought. Judging from the rest of the conversation, it doesn’t look like Mayweather has any intention of meeting with Pacquiao in the near future, though he understand the sense of urgency that the multi-division world champion now has.
“You know, of course, Manny has a lot more experience than Brandon Rios has at that level…like I said before, Pacquiao is 1 and 2 in his last 3 fights, but I’m just glad that he’s able to bounce back,” stated undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd “Money” Mayweather, who shared his thoughts on Manny Pacquiao’s recent victory over Brandon Rios. Check it out!
“Keep your head up, Champ. Stay focused. I’m not here to judge you. You’re only human. We all make mistakes,” stated undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd “Money” Mayweather, who had a special message for former lightweight champion Brandon Rios after hearing the news that he tested positive for a banned substance.