While the world waits on boxing great Floyd Mayweather to agree to a May 2 fight with Manny Pacquiao, the Filipino boxer took to Twitter again Tuesday to do his best to get Mayweather to commit to the fight as quickly as possible.
Pacquiao didn’t stop there. He wasn’t shy about what his expectations would be, if he gets the chance to fight the undefeated champ.
Pacquiao’s tweets come on the heels of the 36-year-old boxer telling the Los Angeles Times on Monday he’s ready to move on if Mayweather doesn’t agree to fight him soon.
“My promoter and I, we’ve already agreed to the terms and conditions of whatever he wants. We’re just waiting on the signed contract from him,” Pacquiao said Monday.
“That’s the hard part — if they will fight or not. We have to know soon, because if they will not fight, we can move on and choose another opponent. We have a deadline … this month.”
It appears the biggest issue remaining in the negotiations is how cable networks HBO and Showtime will be able to both broadcast the fight.
The 37-year-old Mayweather hasn’t lost a fight in his professional career. He is 47-0, with 26 knockouts. Pacquiao is 57-5-2, with 38 knockouts. Although, he has won his last three fights against Brandon Rios, Tim Bradley and Chris Algieri.