Pacquiao fires back at Mayweather over Instagram comment

pac009By Chris Williams: Former eight division world champion Manny Pacquiao finally came to life in response to his conqueror Floyd Mayweather Jr’s recent Instagram in which he slapped around a Pacquiao dummy, calling it a liar for the shoulder excuse that Pacquiao came up with after his loss to Mayweather last May.

Pacquiao failed to agree that he lost the fight to Mayweather, and he blamed his poor performance on a preexisting injury to his right shoulder that he failed to disclose before the fight on a medical questionnaire form.

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Mayweather to net between $220M to $230M for Pacquiao fight

Floyd Mayweather vs Manny PacquiaoBy Chris Williams: Welterweight star Floyd Mayweather Jr. will be netting from $220 million to $230 million for his 12 round decision win over Manny Pacquiao on May 2nd of this year in Las Vegas, Nevada, according to This is pretty close to the $250 million that Mayweather is talking about making from the Pacquiao fight.

Mayweather says he’ll make all total over $500 million for 2015. He’s expected to make over $100 million for his next fight on September 12th, and he still has money coming to him for the Pacquiao fight. $500 million is a lot of green.

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Will Mayweather fight Pacquiao in 2016?

Floyd Mayweather vs Manny PacquiaoBy Chris Williams: The fans have heard the injury excuses from Manny Pacquiao, and they’re now waiting for him to finish healing up from his one-sided loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. last May. The time estimate that it’s going to take for Pacquiao to finish licking his war wounds is another nine to ten months.

If Pacquiao’s surgically repaired right shoulder does heal up and respond to rehabilitation, then he’s going to want to face Mayweather in a rematch. Mayweather is saying now that he won’t be giving the Filipino star a rematch, but he might change his mind and fight him again.

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Arum thinks Mayweather’s stock went down after win over Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather vs Manny PacquiaoBy Chris Williams: Floyd Mayweather Jr. (48-0, 26 KOs) may have impressed a lot of boxing fans with the way that he schooled the over-matched, timid and confused-looking Manny Pacquiao (57-6-2, 38 KOs) last May in their “Fight of the Century in Las Vegas, but Pacquiao’s 83-year-old promoter Bob Arum is convinced that Mayweather’s stock went down because he feels it wasn’t a decisive win.

Arum thinks that Pacquiao should have won 7 rounds to 5. Unfortunately for Arum, his opinion is meaningless and on the margins of what the majority of the fans felt. There are very few fans crying about how Pacquiao was robbed.

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Rios: Mayweather made Pacquiao look stupid!

Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao By Dan Ambrose: Manny Pacquiao’s loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. last month disappointed Brandon Rios with the way the Filipino fighter fought, and especially with the excuses that Pacquiao came up with after the fight. Rios thought Pacquiao should have taken the loss like a man, and not come up with an injury excuse after the fight.

Rios says he thought Mayweather made Pacquiao look dumb in the ring. I don’t know about Pacquiao looking dumb, but I do think he looked confused and timid for much of the fight.

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Mayweather shouldn’t fight Pacquiao again if he has the same people around him, says Ariza

arizaBy Chris Williams: Floyd Mayweather Jr’s strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza doesn’t see the point in Mayweather facing the 36-year-old Manny Pacquiao a second time if the Filipino fighter hasn’t done anything to overhaul the team that he has working with him.

Ariza thinks that the outcome won’t be any different in a rematch because Pacquiao has the same old tired team around him as before. Ariza thinks that Pacquiao needs to change out his entire team from top to bottom.

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Roach thinks Pacquiao can get rematch against Mayweather in 2016

roach567By Chris Williams: Manny Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach believes that Pacquiao has a chance of getting a rematch next year against Floyd Mayweather Jr., but that he’s going to need to beat a big name in order to get that fight with Mayweather. Roach isn’t saying who the big name that Pacquiao would have to beat in order to face Mayweather, but it would obviously have to be someone very good.

Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum can’t use another retread opponent like Brandon Rios or Tim Bradley to try and get the fight. Fighting Jessie Vargas won’t do the job, and probably not Kell Brook either. Neither of those guys are proven.

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Pacquiao only interested in Mayweather rematch

1-MAYPAC-FIGHTNIGHT-TRAPPFOTOS-5568By Chris Williams: Manny Pacquiao (57-6-2, 38 KOs) is said to be only interested in coming back for a fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. and no one else, according to an insider for Philstar.

Pacquiao is still recovering from shoulder surgery on a torn rotator cuff injury that he aggravated in his last fight against Mayweather on May 2nd. Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum is interested in bringing him back next year in a fight in Dubai against possibly someone like Amir Khan or Kell Brook. However, the insider says that Pacquiao isn’t interested in fighting in a Middle Eastern country.

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Should Mayweather give Pacquiao a rematch?

Floyd MayweatherBy Yannis Mihanos: In the film industry and especially in Hollywood a sequel is always welcome if the sales are good and the story is pretty solid and inspiring.

In boxing this is common too. Fighters give in to rematches in order to settle their differences for a second time or even more: sometimes they might fight 3 or even 4 times like the unforgettable epic series of Arturo Gatti vs. Mickey Ward or more recently the one of Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez.

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Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: The Real Reason The Boxing World Is Still Talking

Floyd Mayweather vs Manny PacquiaoBy Brickshot: As of May 2nd, Floyd Mayweather Jr. had been declared the winner of the showdown between he and the Filipino star Manny Pacquiao. Usually after a huge event the winner of the bout celebrates his victory and the boxing world sees the truth as it is like any other typical win, but this bout was a little different.

As weeks passed by the boxing world was stirred up with information that was unknown prior to the fight, and the unanimous decision win had now become more of a unanimous controversy.

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