Out of Pocket: Manny Pacquiao Says “I’m Sure Mayweather Doesn’t Want to Fight Me… He Doesn’t Care About People”

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Manny Pacquiao should be worried about getting past Miguel Cotto before he starts talking about Floyd Mayweather Jr., but he opened his mouth and started woofing already:

Manny Pacquiao believes the biggest potential fight in boxing will never happen because Floyd Mayweather Jr. wants no part…… of him. Pacquiao is training in Hollywood for his meeting with Miguel Cotto on Nov. 14 in Las Vegas, but the pound-for-pound champion spared a moment Thursday to evaluate his chances of fighting Mayweather, the unbeaten pay-per-view king. Although the matchup almost certainly would be a financial bonanza for both fighters, Pacquiao thinks fans shouldn’t hold their breath. “I don’t think it’s going to happen,” Pacquiao said. “I’m sure he doesn’t want to fight.” Mayweather has been circumspect about his plans for his next bout, saying only that he has never ducked anybody and would consider any opponent. In his comeback bout from a 21-month layoff, Mayweather demolished Juan Manuel Marquez on Sept. 19 in a fight that generated more than 1 million pay-per-view buys. Mayweather’s advisers claim they haven’t ruled out a bout with Pacquiao, likely among the world’s few fighters who could match Money’s speed. But the Filipino champion has surprisingly strong opinions about why it won’t happen.

“Boxing for him is like a business,” Pacquiao said. “He doesn’t care about the people around him watching. He doesn’t care if the fight is boring, as long as the fight is finished and he gets [plenty of] money. … I want people to be happy. You have a big responsibility as a boxer.”

We think Manny is getting way too far ahead of himself…this dude will be lucky to even beat Cotto. We’ll have to see what Floyd “Money” has to say about this one.

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