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Floyd Mayweather’s All-Star diversion proclamation was a outrageous disappointment

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Bob Donnan/USA TODAY Sports

Nearly each day, a opposite boxing outlet will “confirm” that Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao have finally concluded to a biggest quarrel in fighting history. Over a weekend, The Telegraph reported that — according to sources tighten to Mayweather — Pacquiao had “100 percent” sealed off on what would be a $250 million fight, and that Mayweather was approaching to announce it in a entrance days, maybe even during a NBA All-Star game.

Mayweather was during a All-Star diversion in New York, and TNT’s David Aldridge even did an talk with him during a third quarter. Instead of put an finish to a absurd conjecture and torturous wait, Mayweather simply told fans to stay tuned.

“That’s not true. we haven’t sealed yet, and he hasn’t sealed yet. It’s only been conjecture and rumors, though hopefully we can make a quarrel happen.”

At this point, we should assume this quarrel isn’t going to occur until a first-round bell rings.

Article source: http://ftw.usatoday.com/2015/02/floyd-mayweather-manny-pacquiao-nba-all-star

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