Apparently, Floyd Mayweather Jr. wasn't aware of the recent challenge posed by Manny Pacquiao and Chinese billionaire Jack Ma.
But when he heard the news, the controversial but unbeaten boxer merely laughed at it.
In a video posted by celebrity website TMZ, a reporter tried to press Mayweather about Pacquiao asking him for a "real rematch."
"I know what he said," said the American, who was walking into a building accompanied by friends and bodyguards. "He said when he finally face me, I'll beat him."
He later emerged from the same establishment laughing and apparently having a good time. This time he was asked about Ma's exhibition match challenge.
"Who?" Mayweather responded referring to Ma. "I don't know who he is..."
Pacquiao and Ma recently came out with a video showing the Chinese tycoon working the mitts with the Filipino.
"Floyd Mayweather, if you want a real fight, fight me. If you want an exhibition, my guy, my friend, Jack Ma, will take care of you," Pacquiao declared.
The 55-year-old Ma backed him up, saying: "Yeah, I am ready, any time, any place, Manny's team is ready."
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