Mayweather – Pacquiao Compared

Some observers say Floyd is the only reason why the fight is still not happening despite the brilliant moves presented by Bob Arum and Les Moonves to give the fight fans the fight they truly deserve. Just yesterday, Dec. 6, 2014, bleacher reported that Mayweather is seeking two-thirds of the Pay-Per-View revenue if the fight with Pacquiao happens.
Undoubtedly, Manny Pacquaio and Floyd Mayweather are the biggest fighters in the ring today, that’s why their supporters are now telling them to sit down and fix their differences to make their rumored mega fight happen. And if you guys interested to know who will win if the fight happens, here is the comparison.
Floyd Maywether is currently undefeated as a professional and is a five-division world champion, having won ten world titles and the lineal championship in four different weight classes. He is a two-time Ring magazine Fighter of the Year (winning the award in 1998 and 2007).
Floyd Mayweather vs Oscar Dela Hoya: He challenged six-division champion and WBC light-middleweight titleholder Oscar De La Hoya on May 5, 2007. De La Hoya’s belt was on the line, which required Mayweather to move up in weight from 147 pounds to 154. However, Floyd was outweighed by more than 10 pounds the night of the fight, coming in at only 150 pounds. Official scorecards read 116–112 (Mayweather), 115–113 (Mayweather) and 115–113 (De La Hoya).
Compubox had Mayweather out-landing De La Hoya 207–122 in total punches and 134–82 in power punches, with better accuracy throughout the fight. After the bout Mayweather contemplated retirement, saying he had nothing left to prove in the boxing world.
Floyd Mayweather vs Ricky Hatton: The fight took place December 8, 2007 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, the biggest welterweight showdown between two undefeated fighters since De La Hoya met Félix Trinidad in 1999. Floyd controlled the fight from the beginning, knocking Hatton out in the 10th round to retain the welterweight championship.
Manny Pacquiao: He is the first and only eight-division world champion, in which he has won ten world titles, as well as the first to win the lineal championship in four different weight classes.
Manny Pacquiao vs Oscar Dela Hoya: On December 6, 2008, Pacquiao moved up to the welterweight division in order to face the six-division world champion Oscar De La Hoya at the MGM Grand, in a fight called “The Dream Match. Pacquiao dominated the fight and, after eight rounds, De La Hoya’s corner was forced to throw in the towel, awarding Pacquiao the win via technical knockout.
Manny Pacquiao v Timothy Bradley
Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton: Manny fought Hatton at light welterweight on May 2, 2009. The Filipino slugger started the fight strong, knocking down Hatton twice in the first round.[72] A somewhat shaken Hatton beat the count, only to be saved by the bell seconds later. In the second round, Hatton seemed to have recovered, as he stalked Pacquiao for most of the round.