“Whateva man, Call Me!”
Monday, Mayweather (40-0) released a statement through his publicist expressing concern that pound-for-pound and world welterweight champion Pacquiao hasn’t been more aggressive in pushing for a showdown that could be the most lucrative event in the sport’s history.
The release said Mayweather listened to several comments made by Pacquiao’s promoter, Bob Arum, and trainer, Freddie Roach, but “still has yet to hear Manny Pacquiao himself say he wants to fight him.” Read more…
I don’t know if you know, but there was a fight last night in Las Vegas. Brad and Angelina made an appearance, and so did Tiger Woods and David Beckham. Mark Cuban was there, Kid Rock, former heavyweight champ of the world Lennox Lewis and a ton of folks from the U.K. showed up. With all these folks at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas the brightest lights were on, and Floyd Mayweather Jr. did the damn thing again. There is no doubt that this kid knows how to ball, and we sometimes get a little tired of reading about all of the made for t.v. antics, but he is no doubt the baddest man in the fight game right now. When he wants to fight, he puts a show on and he can’t be beat! Ricky Hatton can fight too, he was 43-0 before this thing started. Most of the time you get enough from Floyd about all the money and thangs but when its time to throw some blows in the squared circle he is untouchable. He took some shots, which is an unfamiliar sight, but all in all he was pretty much in control of the fight after the third round. Some pics and a nice recap of the fight provided by AP
We’ll see if he can break the mold, stay out of the light, and just retire on top. I say no because we have seen that these cats need the celebrity. The reality is that he doesn’t really need to step away just yet; He’s still quicker than anyone else out there, and there are just so many millions to make, and we all know, Floyd likes the paper