Floyd Mayweather Jr.
is enjoying all the glory right now after defeating the Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao via unanimous decision.
Also, he confirmed that he had an informant inside Pacquiao’s camp during an interview and also invited Pacquiao to fight in an undercard match in his fight in September.
He confirmed having an eye on Pacquiao’s camp in a video on FightHype.com.
( via GMAnetwork ) “Everything Manny Pacquiao did in his camp every day, I knew.
I knew when he boxed, I knew when he didn’t box.
I knew how many rounds he boxed.
I knew how he was looking.
I know how many rounds he did in the heavy bag.
I knew when his legs were cramping,” said Mayweather.
With that said, it could be assumed that he knew about Pacquiao’s shoulder injury.
However, he criticized the Filipino boxer for informing the media about the injury just right after the bout.
“What a coincidence…just after the fight, that’s when your arm is hurting? Why didn’t you say that a couple days before?” said Mayweather.
Just a few days ago, Mayweather also took shots on Pacquiao for making excuses.
He added that only a loser does that.
Meanwhile, talks of rematch are already surfacing but Floyd Mayweather Jr.
did not address the issue just yet.
Instead, he proposed a double-header wherein they will both fight in the same card in September.
( via FightHype.com ) “I look forward to, actually, since September’s my last fight, I look forward to Pacquiao fighting on the undercard,” said Mayweather.
“We could fight on pay-per-view on a doubleheader.
I think we both can make some good money.
He can fight somebody solid, I can fight somebody solid. Together, we can have some good numbers,” he added.