Pacquiao is Getting Very Impatient With Mayweather


Manny Pacquiao wants a judge to declare him the winner in his ongoing legal war with Floyd Mayweather -- claiming the Pretty Boy has been lying to get out of being deposed by Manny's lawyers.

Manny filed the papers today in Nevada as part of his defamation suit against Mayweather -- in which he claimed Floyd falsely accused Manny of using steroids.

According to the documents, Manny Pacquiao's camp offered up 24 dates for Floyd Mayweather Jr. to be deposed in their ongoing legal battle -- but Mayweather kept coming up with excuses as to why he couldn't show up for any of them.

Manny claims Floyd often blamed his intense boxing training for the scheduling issues -- but says it's all BS ... because on many of the days Floyd said he was training, he was seen partying at various nightclubs in Vegas and Atlanta.

Point is -- Manny says he's tired of waiting around for Floyd and wants the judge to issue a default judgment in his favor, making Manny the winner ... and entitling him to damages.

No word on how much money Manny is looking to pocket from the lawsuit.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Body Movin' on 08-10-2011

[QUOTE=rambov;10963937]lead uppercut - owning pactards since May of 2010[/QUOTE] why do these 'tards even bother anymore? they're outgunned in every exchange.

Comment by LeadUppercut on 08-10-2011

[QUOTE=kfcfloydiots;10968606]All the chickens#!t smell leads to Mayweather.[/QUOTE] It must have damn near killed you when that bigmouth Michael Koncz slipped up and admitted that the ch1chen-sh1t lady-boy Pacquiao ducked Juan Manuel Marquez for three years :lol1: [url][/url] What a b1tch…

Comment by kfcfloydiots on 08-10-2011

All the chickens#!t smell leads to Mayweather.

Comment by LeadUppercut on 08-09-2011

[QUOTE=LeadUppercut;10963773]You fkn retards, a catch-weight is where both fighters meet at middle ground, in order to even up the fight. Pacquiao " [I]conceded[/I] " a weight that he has never actually made himself :lol1: " [I]middle ground[/I] " to Pacquiao,…

Comment by rambov on 08-09-2011

lead uppercut - owning pactards since May of 2010

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