Manny Pacquiao could be facing Floyd

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. and his arch nemesis Manny Pacquiao have agreed to sit down and talk about a potential super match in the near future, if and when Floyd manages to overcome the challenge of Saul Alvarez, who is set to face this weekend at Las Vegas in Nevada for the World Boxing Council or the WBC Welterweight Championship.

According to several creditable sources close to both the fighters, it has emerged that the two titans of Welterweight boxing have indeed agreed to face each other as soon as possible. However, the news still hasn’t made any kind of splash among the people, maybe because they have gotten so much used to talk regarding a potential match between arguably the two greatest boxers of the last decade or due to the number of broken promises that the two have made.

However, in terms of sheer value, the match between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. still has the potential to break all kinds of pay per view records, no matter how less the hype surrounding the match might be. And to make it interesting, it doesn’t even need to have the title on the line for people to spend huge amounts of money to see the two.

It has also been stated that both the boxers have put forward several terms on the table that the other has to fulfill in order to for the match to become a reality and pit these two longtime rivals in the same ring.
Manny Pacquiao is coming off two straight losses at the hands of Juan Manuel Marquez and Timothy Bradley but it would be interesting to see if Mayweather Jr. still sees him as a contender for his title and agrees to face him in a match for the WBC Welterweight Championship.