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Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao rematch in 2016 may have huge monetary benefits for Money

Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao rematch in 2016 may have huge monetary benefits for Money

Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao rematch in 2016 may have huge monetary benefits for Money

Is the stage being prepared for Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Manny Pacquiao rematch? Amidst preparations for the September 12 fight between Mayweather vs Andre Berto, there are rumors that the top pound for pound boxer Floyd Mayweather may also be looking towards another fight, his fiftieth.

There is no denying the fact that the decision to fight a little known Andre Berto has shocked Mayweather’s fans. Berto is one boxer who has lost three of his last six fights and boxing fans don’t count him not even mid-level selling boxer at the moment.

It is needless to say that Mayweather wants to have an easy fight that many are calling his last. There have been rumors for the last several months that the 49th fight will be the last fight for a boxer who has gone unbeaten in his entire career.

picture courtesy Daily Mail

picture courtesy Daily Mail

While there is no denying the fact that it will be completely sold out fight and Mayweather may still be able to make a huge amount of money, but this will never be as big a success as Mayweather vs Pacquiao was.

Nonetheless there are rumors that while the world is talking about his last fight, his team might be planning a rematch against Manny Pacquiao who was beaten by Money some four months ago. After his miserable loss against Mayweather it came to light that the Filipino boxer had a broken shoulder while he was fighting a charged up Mayweather.

There is no denying the fact that a rematch between the two is still going to be among the biggest money making show as far as the boxing world is concerned. Floyd is still the biggest star in the boxing sky and he may well decide that to clear the confusion about their last fight, he need to fight a healthy Manny Pacquiao and beat him to show that he remains the better of the two.

The 28 year old Floyd Mayweather Jr holds an unmatched record of 48-0, 26 Kos and he would like to see it 50-0 before he hangs his boots.

There is no denying the fact that Mayweather controlled the first fight from bell-to-bell with his normal tactical perfection. It wasn’t until after the fight that things truly got interesting. The win started looking shallow when it came to the light that Pacquiao had injured his arm prior to the two men’s May 2 superfight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

In the meantime almost everyone in the industry will be interested in the rematch. A Bleacher report says, “HBO will undoubtedly be interested in a return bout between boxing’s two biggest names and Premier Boxing Champion’s Al Haymon (Mayweather’s adviser and a future funnel of talent to Mayweather Promotions) will want to regain the foothold on HBO that was lost when Mayweather departed and the network cut all ties. A contract with HBO or a renewal with Showtime in a bidding war, would likely include additional time for his budding promotional company. Without it, it could very well fail”.

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