Boxing News At Five | Jul 24 2019

Boxing News at Five: Mayweather believes no one likes him because he’s a “black, high school dropout” who broke Marciano’s record, Wilder says he will knock Whyte “silly”

Floyd Mayweather mocks Manny Pacquiao while insisting there's no need for their rematch, and Deontay Wilder says Dillian Whyte will soon be silenced
Conor McGregor
Boxing: Mayweather vs McGregor  |  Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports/Action Images

IN case anyone cares, Floyd Mayweather wants to make it clear he only attended Saturday’s fight between Manny Pacquiao and Keith Thurman in Las Vegas because he was “supervising” the Filipino, his so-called “employee”.

That’s the claim made by finicky Floyd today in a long-winded social media post following some tiresome back-and-forth with Pacquiao ahead of what many suspect will be an equally tiresome rematch in 2020.

Never one to relinquish control, let alone seem desperate, Mayweather is playing hard to get at this stage, complaining about being synonymous with Pacquiao, yet doing all he can to keep his name attached to him and to the rematch. For where there’s money, there’s always a point. And where there’s money, you’ll invariably find ‘Money’ Mayweather.

 

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