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Old 04-08-2011, 06:35 AM
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Default Mayweather offered $50M but still refuses Pacquiao fight

MANILA, Philippines – Despite a guaranteed $50 million offer, former pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. still refuses to enter the ring with Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao.

Manny Pacquiao’s Canadian adviser, Michael Koncz, revealed that $50 million was offered during their most recent negotiations with Mayweather’s camp.

“A country that I won't name offered us $100 million to bring the Mayweather fight there,” he told abs-cbnNEWS.com.

“So we, in turn, offered $50 million to Mayweather as a guarantee[d purse]. If the pay-per-view comes in higher, Manny and Mayweather would make more,” Koncz added.

He said negotiations went downhill after the flamboyant Mayweather, dubbed as “Pretty Boy Floyd,” demanded a staggering $100 million purse.

“He refused the $50 million… It means he don't wanna fight Manny at this point in his career. Very simple,” said Koncz.

Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum, earlier, confirmed that discreet talks with the Mayweather camp, through fellow promoter Don King, bogged down when Mayweather demanded a $100-million purse.

The $50-million offer is the highest in Mayweather’s 15-year professional career.

The controversial boxer made his biggest payday in 2007 when he fought boxing great Oscar de la Hoya for a guaranteed $25 million.

In his most recent fight against Shane Mosley in 2010, Mayweather earned $22.5-million.

Despite his multi-million dollar earnings, Mayweather still failed to fulfill his tax obligations.

According to The Detroit News, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), recently charged Mayweather with liabilities of up to $3.4 million.

This is the second time the IRS has charged Mayweather for unpaid taxes—the first time being in 2009, when he had $6.2 million in unpaid taxes since 2007.
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Old 04-08-2011, 06:36 AM
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Nobody cares anymore man. These threads have been done to death. How about you make a thread if the fight ever gets signed.
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:15 AM
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most folks have moved on.
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:23 AM
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its all about fighting Paul Spadafora, that's the fight Floyd fans wanna defend
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:28 AM
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With the ppv revenue, both fighters could possible bank around $70mil a peice when all is said and done. If this is indeed true (and given the several sources regarding Floyd's demand of $100mil), Floyd flat out just doenst want to fight Pacquiao.
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:30 AM
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MANILA, Philippines – Despite a guaranteed $50 million offer, former pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. still refuses to enter the ring with Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao.

Manny Pacquiao’s Canadian adviser, Michael Koncz, revealed that $50 million was offered during their most recent negotiations with Mayweather’s camp.

“A country that I won't name offered us $100 million to bring the Mayweather fight there,” he told abs-cbnNEWS.com.

“So we, in turn, offered $50 million to Mayweather as a guarantee[d purse]. If the pay-per-view comes in higher, Manny and Mayweather would make more,” Koncz added.

He said negotiations went downhill after the flamboyant Mayweather, dubbed as “Pretty Boy Floyd,” demanded a staggering $100 million purse.

“He refused the $50 million… It means he don't wanna fight Manny at this point in his career. Very simple,” said Koncz.

Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum, earlier, confirmed that discreet talks with the Mayweather camp, through fellow promoter Don King, bogged down when Mayweather demanded a $100-million purse.

The $50-million offer is the highest in Mayweather’s 15-year professional career.

The controversial boxer made his biggest payday in 2007 when he fought boxing great Oscar de la Hoya for a guaranteed $25 million.

In his most recent fight against Shane Mosley in 2010, Mayweather earned $22.5-million.

Despite his multi-million dollar earnings, Mayweather still failed to fulfill his tax obligations.

According to The Detroit News, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), recently charged Mayweather with liabilities of up to $3.4 million.

This is the second time the IRS has charged Mayweather for unpaid taxes—the first time being in 2009, when he had $6.2 million in unpaid taxes since 2007.
Don't be so gullable.
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:34 AM
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With the ppv revenue, both fighters could possible bank around $70mil a peice when all is said and done. If this is indeed true (and given the several sources regarding Floyd's demand of $100mil), Floyd flat out just doenst want to fight Pacquiao.
Floyd agreed to a 50 50 split...if he didn't want the fight he would have said 70 30 or something crazy.

Floyd gave him 8 oz gloves....ten MILLION for every pound over 147..

That doesn't seem like a guy that doesn't want the fight.

Manny on the other hand....with his ever changing excuses..and choice of "opponents" is the one that is acting dodgy about this fight.

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Old 04-08-2011, 07:41 AM
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this subject is boring now, this must be thread no. 3, 653 on 'whos the *** between pacman and floyd'

find a new subject son
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:48 AM
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Floyd agreed to a 50 50 split...if he didn't want the fight he would have said 70 30 or something crazy.

Floyd gave him 8 oz gloves....ten MILLION for every pound over 147..

That doesn't seem like a guy that doesn't want the fight.

Manny on the other hand....with his ever changing excuses..and choice of "opponents" is the one that is acting dodgy about this fight.
pacquiao also came down on the testing and floyd wanted 55/45 and it was agreed to. This demand of $100 mil is flato ut unreasonable and proves mayweather doesn't want the fight end of story. This subject has been beaten to death tho.
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:51 AM
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MANILA, Philippines – Despite a guaranteed $50 million offer, former pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. still refuses to enter the ring with Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao.

Manny Pacquiao’s Canadian adviser, Michael Koncz, revealed that $50 million was offered during their most recent negotiations with Mayweather’s camp.

“A country that I won't name offered us $100 million to bring the Mayweather fight there,” he told abs-cbnNEWS.com.

“So we, in turn, offered $50 million to Mayweather as a guarantee[d purse]. If the pay-per-view comes in higher, Manny and Mayweather would make more,” Koncz added.

He said negotiations went downhill after the flamboyant Mayweather, dubbed as “Pretty Boy Floyd,” demanded a staggering $100 million purse.

“He refused the $50 million… It means he don't wanna fight Manny at this point in his career. Very simple,” said Koncz.

Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum, earlier, confirmed that discreet talks with the Mayweather camp, through fellow promoter Don King, bogged down when Mayweather demanded a $100-million purse.

The $50-million offer is the highest in Mayweather’s 15-year professional career.

The controversial boxer made his biggest payday in 2007 when he fought boxing great Oscar de la Hoya for a guaranteed $25 million.

In his most recent fight against Shane Mosley in 2010, Mayweather earned $22.5-million.

Despite his multi-million dollar earnings, Mayweather still failed to fulfill his tax obligations.

According to The Detroit News, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), recently charged Mayweather with liabilities of up to $3.4 million.

This is the second time the IRS has charged Mayweather for unpaid taxes—the first time being in 2009, when he had $6.2 million in unpaid taxes since 2007.
$50million is what he wants? If thats the case i dont want to see Pac vs Floyd. I pray to God that the fight isnt made because i dont want Floyd making that much.......there are kids starving in Africa.!

PBF should be lucky if he gets $2 million to fight. That is a good wage. That is the wage he should be looking for.
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