Manny Pacquiao will be watching Floyd Mayweather's every move very closely.
Manny Pacquiao might be a little distracted with another fight in the horizon, but he wants the world to know: a rematch with Floyd Mayweather is the fight the fans deserve. His words, not mine. TMZ sports asked Pacquiao if he was tired of being associated with Floyd Mayweather, to which he provided an interesting. His take on being associated with Floyd is that fans have been incessant because things were left unresolved in the first fight. "I think definitely we should have another fight to answer those questions and for the people to stop asking those questions," he answered.
Back in October, Manny was over the moon with excitement when he and Floyd reached a verbal agreement to stage the rematch before this year. But two weeks later, Manny was left gutted when Floyd Mayweather decided to call things because he needed time to build the "hype train." Since then Floyd Mayweather has been exploring his many options within the sport of MMA and is set to face a Japanese kickboxing phenom in the coming month, a fight that will not count against his professional record. Manny Pacquiao is doing the same, in prolonging his career well into the new year, when meets the brash, outspoken Adrien Broner on January 19.