No more Pacquiao? Floyd claims he's being offered $80M for an exhibition

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Posted at Feb 13 2019 06:29 PM

No more Pacquiao? Floyd claims he's being offered $80M for an exhibition 1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. thinks he's better off fighting exhibitions. File/Reuters

From the looks of it, Floyd Mayweather Jr. isn’t inclined to fight Manny Pacquiao anytime soon.

Aside from being practically mum about the rematch, the retired former pound-for-pound king has been talking about how much he got from his exhibition match against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa last New Year’s Eve.

“It was crazy. The exhibition was supposedly $9 million and they made it $10 million... over $10 million, I got a bonus,” he said in Fighthub.TV

The American floored Nasukawa 3 times in the first round, forcing the Japanese's corner to throw in the towel.

Mayweather said he is more inclined to fighting in exhibition matches nowadays. 
 
“Am I making more exhibitions? Probably so. Like yeah. I've got $80 million on the table for an exhibition,” said Mayweather.

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