Manny Pacquiao believes he has Floyd Mayweather Jr. figured out. The Filipino boxing champion has been trying to get Money May to fight him for years, but it has yet to happen.
Even after all this time, with boxing fans tired of hearing about a match that may never happen, if it does materialize it would shatter all previous pay-per-view sales records.
During an interview with NJ.com, Pacquiao says Floyd can never be considered the best until he steps into the ring with him.
"Why he will not fight me? Well, I think he is worried about his (undefeated) record. He talks about his zero losses. The zero that means so much to him means nothing when measured against who he fought. You talk pound-for-pound best, or undefeated champion. If you don’t defend against the best, none of that means anything."
As far as Mayweather's non stop chattering, Pac Man believes it has to do with PBF not being the sharpest tool in the box.
"I think I finally understand him:…what he says,…how he acts,…and I don’t like it. But what l learned and heard from him, well, I realize why he is like that. I understand sometimes when the people are not educated they just talk to talk. He sets a very bad example."