Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather agree $250m Las Vegas mega-fight

Updated February 15, 2015 ● 1,756 views

The richest match-up in boxing history between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao has finally been agreed after years of haggling.

Via Telegraph:

“Manny has 100 per cent signed his side of the deal,” the source told Telegraph Sport. “It is now over to Mayweather to close the deal and announce the fight.” Pacquiao himself revealed Friday that he has started training in General Santos City, Philippines for his next fight.

More from Telegraph:

Mayweather was in New York on Friday, buying hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of jewellery, and there are indications that the unbeaten American boxer could even decide to announce the superfight officially at the NBA All-Star Game tip-off, which takes place on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.




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Floyd Mayweather will announce the fight on NBA All-star

According to some source close to Mayweather, he will announce the fight this Sunday during NBA All-star game!

pete808 · 6 years ago
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Mayweather won't sign...

Looks like they assumed Mayweather will sign this contract since it is according to his terms. It's not quite done yet. I think Mayweather will find new excuses to sign this contract.

Jaye88 · 6 years ago
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Mayweather still hasn't signed the contract....

Manny Pacauiao has signed the deal that Mayweather camp has offered. But Mayweather hasn't signed yet... hmmm. I will believe this when Mayweather signed the effin contract!

HenryD · 6 years ago
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If this fight truly happens, boxing as a sport can finally retire. There's no one else out there left to represent boxing.

Robber · 6 years ago
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I didn't know people still watch boxing. To be fair I don't like violent sports. ;)

Cryon · 6 years ago
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