Saturday, July 4, 2015

Floyd Mayweather Mocks Manny Pacquiao In Video On Social Networking Prompting A Serious Response From His Fellow Boxer (Video)

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao

Boxers, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, recently landed on Forbes magazine's rich list, due to their megafight this past May in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather, who walked away with the win and lion's share of the money, due to being the top boxing draw in America, made an estimated $300,000,000 from the fight. Pacquiao is said to have made $160,000,000 from the bout that set pay-per-view records, reaching 5,000,000 households.

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao

All seemed to be okay between the two, but then Mayweather reignited his long standing feud with Pacquiao, via releasing a video to Instagram, casting Pacquiao as a dummy he calls a liar and slaps. Mayweather states to the dummy in the video, "So Manny, you out here telling people that I didn't win fair and square. That this little arm is messed up. Is that right. Huh? Talk to me. Stop lying!"

Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather in Miami

Pacquiao was not amused by the video. Pacquiao's rep fired off the following response to the video, "We should understand Floyd Mayweather Jr. because of his family background," Pacquiao said in the statement. "He hailed from a family of ex-convicts and he himself is an ex-convict. We could not blame him because his action just showed the kind of family upbringing he had. It only reminds me of what he did to his ex-wife. I hope he would find time to reflect on his life and repent for the sins he committed in the past. A real champion is gracious in both his words and conduct. Someone who is a champion not just in his chosen field of endeavor, but even in his own home and private life."  
A video posted by Floyd Mayweather (@floydmayweather) on

Mayweather added a caption to the video which states, "I love having fun, joking and living life. #SenseOfHumor." What they need to do is get back in the ring for a rematch to settle this thing once and for all, but this time with the proverbial fireworks, as in a knock out or knock down.