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Pacquiao: ‘Mayweather Fight Not About Money, Its About Legacy”

by Kel Dansby | Posted on Monday, December 15th, 2014
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The verbal sparring between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr continues as Manny reiterates that he’s ready to “give the fans what they want.”

“He (Mayweather) has reached a dead end. He has nowhere to run but to fight me,” said Pacquiao.

“I will try my best to make this a thrilling and entertaining fight. But I doubt if he’s gonna engage me in a slugfest.”

“You all know his fighting style. Most of his previous fights, if not all, induced us to sleep.”

This is where Manny goes a little over the top with his rant. He ttys to convince us that this fight isn’t about the fat pay check:

“Mayweather can get the amount he wants. As early as January this year, I challenged him to a charity fight. Until now, he has not agreed to it. So, money is not the issue in our fight,” he added.

“This fight is about legacy, this is about making the fans happy and, above all, this is for the good of boxing.”

We don’t believe you, you need more people!

I’m still holding firm to my position, this fight will not happen. If for some reason I’m wrong then it’ll solely happen because the money will be too much for both fighters to turn down.


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