Floyd Mayweather Jr. Disses Manny Pacquiao, Announces Retirement

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. spoke to reporters ahead of his mega bout with Manny Pacquiao.

Mayweather spoke of his opponent and his career in the interview.

On Pacquiao and the fight, Mayweather said:

“He’s a future hall-of-famer. I am a future hall-of-famer and we are meeting at the pinnacle of our careers.”

“Our styles are totally different. I fight with smarts. Every move is calculated. Every move is thought about.”

“He fought very, very recklessly in the Marquez fight,” in reference to Juan Manuel Marquez‘s knockout of Pacman in December 2012.

“I could have had the same type of career but my career wouldn’t have lasted this long.”

On boxing and his career, he said:

“No. I don’t enjoy it like I once did.”

“It is at a point where it is business. It is my job. I go to the gym. I train. I know what I have to do.”

“There was a time when it was fun but I am to a point now where I am really over all of that stuff.”

“My last fight is in September,” he said.

 

Wana

Wana

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