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Nov 10, 2015
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A month ago, we released a story about talks of a possible Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather rematch.

Most of you weren't amused by the idea of these two men getting in the ring once more (as seen in your Facebook comments). We can't blame you; the much-awaited Fight of the Century didn't exactly turn out the way millions expected it to.

Still, there are a few who want #MayPac2 to happen, especially with a shot at redemption in store for our boxing hero, before he continues being and doing anything he wants.

Well, we don't really know how to react to this latest development of the now-retired Mayweather reportedly shutting the door for good (?) on the thought of running from fighting Pacquiao again.

"Once again, I dissected this fighter, the so-called 'best fighter of our generation.' I dissected him; probably was 10 to 2, really 11 to 1, but it's safe to say 10 to 2," the man with the unblemished professional record (49-0) said in a recent interview with Fight Hype. "'Mayweather is so boring, he's this, he's that!' I'm boring enough to do the biggest and the best numbers in pay-per-view history."

Recall that Pacman was quoted by an AFP report of being in talks with both Money and British pugilist Amir Khan for his final career bout, which was promptly refuted by his promoter Bob Arum.

Mayweather calls the buzz "bullshit."

"What they're doing is this—once again, piggybacking off my name to sell pay-per-view numbers when he do go out there and fight again," he said, the second time he accused Pacquiao of using his fame to boost ticket sales. He first criticized the latter of doing the same following Manny's loss to Juan Manuel Marquez in 2012.

True or not, if we'll be seeing the same thing we witnessed last May, then we might as well find another less "boring" opponent for our Pambansang Kamao...