There is no denying that majority of boxing fans who watched Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Manny Pacquiao last May 2 left the venue and TV screens disappointed with the outcome.
It was supposed to be the fight that will showcase who is the better boxer.
Although Floyd Mayweather Jr.
defeated Manny Pacquiao, the exchanges between the two are just too underwhelming to convince audiences on who is the best pound-for-pound king.
Roger Mayweather has been very vocal about what he thinks about the recently concluded “Fight of the Century.” Roger said that his nephew failed to solidify his legacy as the best – A bold statement.
He even added that his nephew’s undefeated record does not mean that much.
“I don’t think that boxing really cares if he (Floyd) walks away undefeated or not undefeated.
If he determines his career about having never lost, then that’s what he needs to do,” Roger told ontheropesboxing.com , also suggesting that his nephew should give Manny Pacquiao a rematch.
“He’s gonna have to make his mind up, if he’s gonna walk away and retire or if he ain’t gonna walk away and retire.
He’s gonna have to make his mind up, one way or the other.
You can’t have another career if you’re still fighting, so you have to make your mind up one way or the other.
That’s what he’s gonna have to do,” he said.
Also, he said that fans deserve to see more action compared to their lackluster May 2 match.
“I think that the people didn’t see the performance they should have seen,” the trainer said.
“Since they didn’t get the performance that they should have seen, I think that Floyd and Pacquiao should do it again and close out what they have in a performance of what the people should have seen.
That’s what I think,” he concluded.