Can't get over the biggest fight of the century? Well, good news!
After Manny Pacquiao's impressive performance in the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, promoter Bob Arum has confirmed that there is a ‘better than 50-50 chance’ of Mayweather-Pacquiao II following the PacMan’s win over Tim Bradley last Saturday night, April 9, 2016.
That followed talks between Mayweather and the boss of the US television cable network Showtime, Stephen Espinoza, who said: ‘If there is a demand for this fight I believe Floyd will give it strong consideration.
‘It is up to the fans and the media but if people are interested and make their voices heard we will start working on it.’
However, during a recent interview, Pacquiao was indecisive about his comeback, as he said that he wasn't sure because he was still enjoying his retirement.
“Let me enjoy first a retired life. If you ask me about comeback, I don’t know because I might enjoy retired life," said Pacquiao.
But let's keep our hopes up! Pacquiao and Mayweather have not closed their doors to the opportunity of a rematch. Even the adviser of Pacquiao thinks so.
"If the match was available, I believe [Manny] would come back for that match," said Arum.
Pacquiao's advisor Michael Koncz said in February that if a Mayweather fight “was presented to us, we’d have to really consider it.
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