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Pacquiao vs Mayweather Fight Schedule Update

Written by: on 17th July 2010 |
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Pacquiao vs Mayweather Fight Schedule – The latest we hear is that the deadline given by Bob Arum to the camp of Floyd Mayweather had already lapsed as the clock strikes 12 midnight. Thus, Bob Arum is seeking for other fighters to face-off the only pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao.

The Pacquiao vs Mayweather Fight Schedule could have happened last March 13, 2010 at the MGM Grand Arena but due to many misunderstanding from bot camps the fight did not materialize.

The next option is that as Manny Pacquaio defeated Clottey during an alternate fight, the camp of Pacquiao is looking for a Pacquiao vs Mayweather Fight Schedule by November 2010.

In order to prepare for the long awaited Pacquiao vs Mayweather Fight Schedule, Manny Pacquiao agreed to all of Floyd Mayweather’s demand including a 50-50 share of the purse and the drug testing that Mayweather kept on bringing to the table.

Bob Arum and Golden Boy Productions were almost on the brink of signing a contract when all of a sudden, Floyd Mayweather declared that he will have to go to a period of boxing retirement for another one or two years. At this point it was clear that Mayweather is avoiding Pacquiao and fears the Pound-for-Pound Champion.

Despite what happened, Bob Arum who is also Pacquiao’s promoted made a narrow window of opportunity open for a Pacquiao vs Mayweather fight schedule on November 13, 2010. Arum said that until a fight commitment from Pacquiao and another opponent was in place, Mayweather still could accept terms and the fight could be made.

Today, Mayweather failed to respond to that window of opportunity which prompts Arum to have a conference call. Pacquiao’s camp made a midnight Friday deadline in the Pacific Time Zone for Mayweather to respond to its proposal during a period of negotiating exclusivity.

Manny Pacquiao will move forward to a scheduled November 13, 2010 fight with the greatest probability of either facing Miguel Cotto or Antonio Margarito.

Personally, I believe that Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a total coward and he had no balls to fight Manny Pacquiao. He does not deserve to even be a boxer.

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  1. HVMuzik says:

    You need to get your facts straight.. right after you learn how to spell correctly. Don’t fabricate things, and change the order of events to create your own story. You could have saved yourself a lot more time and still got the same point across with one sentence.. “I’m a Pacquiao fan” or “I hate Mayweather”.. take your pick. There is nothing on record where Mayweather mentions another two year retirement. This whole thing was nothing more than a hyped up proposition from Bob Arum. And the talks have been one sided since then because there’s been NO mention from Golden Boy promotions or camp Mayweather about their involvment in this so-called “deal” anyway. It’s been more of a publicity stunt on Bob Arum’s part to keep some shine on Manny Pacquiao until his next fight. We don’t know if Mayweather will be short of his trainer soon, or what he will do in that event because it hasn’t even been talked about yet. But for people who like to make assumptions and go by other peoples assumptions.. at least look to those who get paid to predict. Do your homework and you’ll notice that ANYWHERE you could go online to place a bet on these guys.. Mayweather is favored to win. You’ll see the bigger plate of cookies next to Pacquiao’s name as an incentive to bet on the unlikely upset. Do your homework.

  2. andrew says:

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a coward indeed! His name is not worthy of being mentioned in the same sentence with Manny Pacquiao.. Pac-man’s warrior mentality is the exact opposite of Mayweather’s safety first approach.

  3. Charles Martel says:

    These are no assumptions perhaps you are putting so much on Floyd Mayweather who really is being an arrogant athlete.

  4. dell dell says:

    First of all Floyd was asking for a 60/40 split. He is the bigger draw and he’s proved that many times and he is the favorite to win the fight. In the sport of boxing when your the bigger draw you get the bigger piece of the pie. This doesn’t change for the underdog Manny. Also Floyd said he wanted random blood testing but Manny wants to set a date to where they stop testing. If you know the date that’s not random testing Manny. The two demands from Floyd wern’t answered. Manny would have made a lot more than 8 million with the 40/60 deal with Floyd. But Manny won’t settle for less than 50/50 the same boxer that said he fights for legacy not money. Floyd said he fights for checks so course he wants the bigger piece and he should get it.

  5. Arseleo says:

    Flyod Mayweather is a gay… he likes manny pacquiao, manny is hes type of a guy… hahaha thats why he doesn’t want to fight manny…

  6. Brd Da Bozz says:

    Mayweather is a show boat I give him that but may stick and move boxing is boxing a win is a win font be mad at the system learn to play it im all in for Mayweather.