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Mayweather on Pacquiao: I got to eat Marquez's leftovers?

Floyd Mayweather Jr. continued his social network assault on Manny Pacquiao. The biggest fight in boxing is once again in spotlight, although Mayweather is now sitting in a much higher position since the very first time the two sides attempted to make a fight several years ago.

For the last few days, Mayweather has been taking shot at Pacquiao with several photos. This time Mayweather made reference to Pacquiao controversial decision loss to Timothy Bradley, his sixth round knockout at the hands of Juan Manuel Marquez - and the Filipino boxer's financial troubles with the Internal Revenue Service.

Mayweather wrote: Juan Marquez ate Timothy Bradley’s leftovers…… Now you’re telling me I got to eat Juan Marquez’s leftovers? Let me talk to the IRS about this…

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TonitosWay on 12-28-2013

This "leftover" will be the biggest payday of your career and the biggest blockbuster fight in history. I'd fight Pacquiao for a hundredth of what Floyd will make.

Comment by richardt on 12-28-2013

[QUOTE=peplz;14073398]Oh god. Raceman is still running his va-jay jay[/QUOTE]Yes you are. Last time you were here you pulled the Race card crap there Mr. Raceman and got your ass handed to you by 10 posters over your race baiting when…

Comment by Ace_Kicker111 on 12-28-2013

He fought Manny's leftover in Cotto so wtf is that :dance:

Comment by loui_ludwig on 12-27-2013

Mayweather is trying to sell his next fight by using Pacquao. But Floyd is gonna fight Amir Khan.

Comment by carloscruz10009 on 12-27-2013

[IMG]http://blacksportsonline.com/home/wp-content/gallery/manny-pacquiao-memes_2/manny-pacquiao-ko-photoshops-16.png[/IMG]

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