The historic Filipino boxer, Manny Pacquiao surprised his followers by revealing he was in talks with American Floyd Mayweather to be able to carry out an exhibition fight in Japan several years after the iconic fight in which they starred and which was called by many the “fight of the century” given the impressive sporting careers that these two characters presented.
Currently, the Filipino legend and important political member of his country is in Saudi Arabia among the personalities invited to attend as honorary witnesses the fight in which boxers Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou will star this Saturday; Both characters will look to demonstrate which of them is better in the ring with what should be a major display of moves.
During this stay in the Middle East, the player surprised the media present by revealing the news of his meetings with Mayweather, which could mean one of the biggest events in boxing in recent years when these two characters meet again.
“I’m still active, I’m still training. I have an exhibition fight in December. It will be in Japan. We work on the rival, “We work with (Floyd) Mayweather,” Pacquiao said in an interview with Fight Hub.
During his statements, he was also asked about the issue during the red carpet of the ceremony preceding the fight between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou; to which ‘PacMan’ stated that this confrontation could take place in the city of Tokyo, although they are still working on it.
“We’re working on it. It was supposed to be in December, but we’re still working on it, but we’re hoping to do an exhibition fight. This would be in Tokyo, Japan. We are working on it. It will probably be next year. It could be at 147″, the Filipino pointed out.
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