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 Last update:  12/2/2013       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Mayweather Jr. To Finalize Foe - Says "Pacquiao Who?"
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By Edward Chaykovsky

WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. (45-0, 26KOs) is looking to finalize his next opponent some time next week. Speaking with reporter David Mayo, Mayweather said he is not thinking about boxing at the moment but intends to get things in motion and hopefully wrap them up next week.

"Next week. I'm looking forward to next week," Mayweather said. "But as for me, right now, I'm not thinking about boxing."

Mayweather is going to return on May 3rd at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. There is heavy speculation that former champion Amir Khan will become his next opponent.

When Mayo asked him about a potential fight with Manny Pacquiao, who returns on April 12th - Mayweather replied with one word - "Who?"

According to Mayo, Mayweather does not appear interested in working with Pacquiao's promoter Top Rank - until CEO Bob Arum steps away from the company. Pacquiao is under contract with Top Rank until the end of 2014.

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comment by ~BoZz~, on 12-06-2013
pacquiao is the guy who got nearly killed in the ring, he needs arum to match him up against punching bags like rios.

comment by The Big Dunn, on 12-06-2013
[QUOTE=Le Pok]Cant we boxing fans worldwide be as one and boycott watching mayweathers fights until he fights pacquia?if we look back at boxing scene from the past,best boxers fights the best.best vs d' best.but its sad to say that mayweather is changing that just bec.he's afraid to lose his zero...

comment by Le Pok, on 12-06-2013
Cant we boxing fans worldwide be as one and boycott watching mayweathers fights until he fights pacquia?if we look back at boxing scene from the past,best boxers fights the best.best vs d' best.but its sad to say that mayweather is changing that just bec.he's afraid to lose his zero.we boxing fan...

comment by Mike_R, on 12-04-2013
Over it. Not buying the next Mayweather fight regardless (unless it's Cotto rematch or Pac) because he's definitely going to win and he very likely isn't going to win by KO or take any chances. Money talks, if you all buy a stupid fight then you can expect more stupid fights.

comment by -Makunouchi-, on 12-04-2013
Floyd will be floyd. Nothing can change him. He wont grow a pair.:rofl:

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