Manny Pacquiao Tells Mom, One More Fight, Mayweather

As the last couple of weeks have given hopefuls of the megafight more and more reason to get excited about the possibility of the fight happening, today has given Pacquiao fans a little more to be optimistic about.

The Manilla Standard Today caught up with Pacman after the news broke of him entering the Philippine parliament by winning a seat in this week’s elections, and he said that he has one more obligation that he owes to the sport of boxing, and that Mama Pacquiao approves:

“Many fans really want me to fight Floyd Mayweather so I asked my Mama if we can give them one more fight, she said okay,”

“We spoke yesterday and she said just one last fight, Mayweather.”

If that doesn’t excite boxing fans, it has also been reported that “Jerry World” aka Cowboys Stadium, where Pacquiao last  faught against Joshua Clottey, and the MGM Grand in Las Vegas where Mayweather was last in action, had both been booked for November 13.

16 thoughts on “Manny Pacquiao Tells Mom, One More Fight, Mayweather

  • A grown man has to ask him mom if he can continue to do what made them ALL rich?! I wonder what would've happened if she would've said no. SMH!!

    • yeah right.. i can hear it.. "COME-ON Maaaa.. just one time, man…" go to your room… now..

  • COME ON MAaaaa. just one time, go to your room boy…

  • Yo "Money" when its all sign and done, "SPANK THAT A$$$$" homey..

  • U idiots Really don't give a damn to your parents do you? Filipinos is a different race. If you americans just cast out your parents to some cheap "home for the aged" when they got old – as what you call it, we take care of them until the very last breath. Thats how you appreciate the persons that took care and give life to you.

    • @Prince: Your English skills aren't exactly awesome, maybe you should have listened to your ma when she said to keep working on your reading and writing….

      • Very good argument, grammar nazi. I'd pick good family values over 'awesome English skills' anytime

        • Well said noblestabbings.

  • i can not understand people that came from some where and thinking that they have everything. We were all immigrants here in the states. if you are with an indian decent then i can tell you that you are from america but until then you are immigrant like us, but we take good care of our parents until its time for them to rest. no wonder respect in america is no longer in the vein of american children and can't even spell a simple word.

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