Video: Hopkins – No Mayweather/Pacquiao fight as long as Bob Arum living
FightHype Interview: “I don’t see it. Not as long as Bob Arum living. That’s just as strong as I can state it. I didn’t wish nothing on him. I just said as long as he’s living, I don’t think you’ll ever see that fight happening,” stated unified light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins, who shared his thoughts on whether or not a fight between undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd “Money” Mayweather and multi-division world champion Manny Pacquiao will ever happen.
“I see a lot of difference,” stated unified light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins, who shared his thoughts on multi-division world champion Manny Pacquiao. Hopkins, who was in attendance at the final press conference for Saturday’s Mayweather vs. Maidana undercard, held court for several members of the media and he wasn’t shy about giving his opinion on the changes he’s seen in the Fighting Pride of the Philippines.
“I have no interest in working with Bob Arum…whether I’m going to be staying at Golden Boy or moving on, we’ll find out in the coming weeks,” stated Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer, who talked about the potential shakeup of Golden Boy Promotions.
He always gets off to a fast start…Maidana never cares if he gets hit, you know, and Maidana might even go down, but what Maidana does when he goes down, he gets up…he goes into this with everything to gain and nothing ot lose,” stated Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer, who spoke about this weekend’s anticipated title unification between undefeated WBC welterweight champion and WBA welterweight champion Marcos Maidana
“It is the people who make the MGM the greatest property here in Las Vegas, and in my book, around the world…this was not an attack just against my friend here to the left. It was an attack against all of those people…what this hotel has done for the sport of boxing is out of this world,” stated Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer, who stood up for the MGM Grand, just weeks after promoter Bob Arum slammed the company for what he called “PosterGate”, during the final press conference leading up to Saturday’s welterweight title unification between undefeated WBC champion Floyd Mayweather and WBA champion Marcos Maidana