Now that Manny Pacquiao has retracted his decision to retire from the sport of boxing, longtime nemesis and current promoter Floyd Mayweather Jr. was asked about the Pacman's motivation to continue fighting at age 37.
When the biggest name in boxing, Floyd Mayweather Jr., officially announced his retirement from the sport in September of last year, very few fight fans and scribes believed it.
This past Thursday, August 25, Floyd "Money" Mayweather released a message on his Instagram account, which showed the self-proclaimed "TBE" working out in front of a healthy number of supporters:
Last week, former four division titlist Adrien "The Problem" Broner was conditionally released from incarceration on a "contempt of court" charge, which put him in the stony lonesome for thirty consecutive days. Although the seemingly troubled prizefighter will return to court on September 21, Broner is looking to score another major fight, possibly in October.
Immediately following his big victory over Nate Diaz, which took place this past Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, current UFC Lightweight champion Conor McGregor talked about potential opportunities that might not lie within the boundaries of Mixed Martial Arts.
This Saturday night, UFC Featherweight champion Conor McGregor will be challenging Nate Diaz once again in an attempt to rectify a disappointing stoppage loss by way of a rear naked choke which took place earlier this year on March 5.
It's no secret to anyone who is familiar with Floyd Mayweather Jr. that the $800 million man of boxing loves women.
With all of the rumors currently swirling around a potential Manny Pacquiao comeback, many fight fans are wondering whether or not a Pacman return to the ring will serve as a catalyst for a Money Mayweather comeback as well.
Although eight division world champion Manny Pacquiao is still very much absorbed with his duties as a Senator of his beloved Philippines, rumors have been circulating throughout the boxing community of a potential November 5 return to the ring.