Floyd Mayweather has revealed that he is no longer interested in a rematch against Manny Pacquiao, describing the Filipino boxer as a ‘sore loser’ and a ‘coward’ for blaming a shoulder injury for his defeat against the American in the ‘fight of the century’ bout at the weekend.
Mayweather extended his unbeaten record to 48-0 with a unanimous-decision win over the Filipino politician-turned boxer in Las Vegas.
The Filipino had claimed the fight was hampered by his injury and subsequently underwent corrective surgery to fix his torn rotator cuff sustained months before the high-octane fight.
Replying to the Filipino’s claims, Mayweather said that his rival was making excuses and was not going to buy into his injury claims. He claimed that Pacquiao was throwing his both hands fast and strong, insisting that he has changed his mind for a possible rematch, Stuff.co.nz reported.
Mayweather further said he is not interested in a rematch at this particular time, adding that the Filipino was a sore loser and a coward.
He said that he lost a lot of respect for Pacquiao after all of this as the loser should accept the loss and should have said ‘Mayweather, you were the better fighter’.
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