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 Last update:  6/7/2010       Read more by Lem Satterfield         
Pacquiao Continues To Pressure Mayweather To Fight
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By Lem Satterfield

WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao continues to voice his agreement to a drug testing schedule that he believes will satisfy the demands required for a potential megabout with Floyd Mayweather, but it is unclear whether that, in itself, is what the unbeaten welterweight's side really wants.

Negotiations for a proposed megabout between Pacquiao (51-3-2, 38 knockouts) and Mayweather (41-0, 25 KOs) are resumed after having reached an impasse in January for a proposed March 13 bout. The conflict arose over whether or not each fighter would be subjected to Olympic style random drug testing of blood and urine.

A gag order has been in place for the negotiations, and neither side is speaking publicly. Pacquiao initially refused to have blood drawn closer than within 24 days of a fight, but the Filipino star has since softened his stance.

"I'm very much willing and excited to train for that fight. I'm also ready to assume my congressional seat," Pacquiao told and GMA News out of his native Manila, Philippines. "Floyd has no reason to refuse to fight any more because I have agreed to the 14-day limit within which they can draw blood from me."

Meanwhile, Pacquiao's promoter, Bob Arum, continues to work with Golden Boy Promotions on perhaps the most highly anticipated fight in decades between Pacquiao and Mayweather.

Lem Satterfield is the boxing editor at AOL FanHouse and the news editor at


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comment by LeadUppercut, on 06-09-2010
[QUOTE=rommel357]Maybe if you learn how to read and comprehend you wouldn't have to put your foot in your mouth like you just did. Their in the same predicament that Floyd is still the bigger draw in ppv #'s. Reading is fundamental jacka$$. .[/QUOTE] Immediately prior to the failed negotiation...

comment by hanzoh74, on 06-09-2010
[QUOTE=nachomas4]im not a floyd fan in fact i dislike floyd for handpicking opponents and retiring when he hadn't fought margarito, p. Williams, Cotto before the cheat Margarito and Mosley 3 years younger, but with that said i blame Pac for handpicking opponents too, while demanding catchweights ...

Manny Pacquiao on steroids The question must be asked, and answered properly..flv
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comment by nachomas4, on 06-08-2010
[QUOTE=rommel357]Maybe if you learn how to read and comprehend you wouldn't have to put your foot in your mouth like you just did. Their in the same predicament that Floyd is still the bigger draw in ppv #'s. Reading is fundamental jacka$$. . BTW, when did Floyd schooled Manny, you do know t...

comment by rommel357, on 06-08-2010
[QUOTE=LeadUppercut]How is Mayweather in the same predicament ? He just schooled the #1 welterweight, and topped 1.5 million PPV's? Are you talking about that..... "the offer should still be on the table" bullshit? Your first girlfriend..... the one that your best friend stole ;) does ...

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