Nobody expected the match between Manny Pacquiao vs.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
will result to countless lawsuits and charges.
Pacquiao, the loser of that match, is the one in the hot seat and his career is currently in jeopardy.
This led to Floyd’s dad, Floyd Mayweather Sr.
to think Pac-Man should retire but still left a window open should a rematch ensue.
He wants Pacquiao to know that he is not impressed at all with what his performance last May 2 at MGM arena.
Despite his son winning via unanimous victory, the trainer still can’t help but throw some shots against the Filipino boxer.
“Where’s all the speed (that) everybody (was) talking about?” he said via THA Boxing Voice .
“All that jumping around, Pacquiao was not able to do much of that.
But all the stuff I seen, he ain’t do nothing spectacular but throw wild punches,” he said.
“He (Pacquiao) made so many mistakes,” the elder Mayweather said.
“He was wild all night.
I ain’t never seen him throw one straight punch, throw one hook.
Manny looked terrible,” he stressed.
From what he saw from Pacquiao, Mayweather’s father believes it’s time for the Filipino icon to hang up his gloves.
As for what’s next for his son Floyd Mayweather Jr., the trainer said that they might wait for a year.
If Pacquiao really wants some piece of his son, then perhaps they will make this as an opportunity to completely dominate Pacquiao.
“We’ll wait around one year, and we might do it again and win more convincingly,” Mayweather Sr.
“They never give me the accolades; I don’t think I’ll get a trainer of the year over Freddie Roach.” Lastly, he suggested that it would be best for Pacquiao to retire.
“I think Manny Pacquiao wanted to go and get over with anyway.
It doesn’t get bigger than Floyd.
He can’t whoop anybody like Floyd in this weight class,” he said.