Manny Pacquiao Says Floyd Mayweather Doesn't Have "Sense Of Fair Play"


You might remember in the week following the "Fight of the Century" Floyd Mayweather first said that he would be up for a rematch against Manny Pacquiao, but then pulled that offer and called Pacquiao a "sore loser and a coward."

Well, in an interview with the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Manny responded to Mayweather's comments, saying that, "I’m not a sore loser. I just wanna tell the truth so the people will know."

He went on to say that he "fought in an uneven playing field where my opponent was in control of everything, inside and outside the ring." He said that Floyd is "an astute fighter who doesn't have the so-called sense of fair play."

Also, you might remember in his post-fight interview Pacquiao commented on how he was surprised by the decision that gave Mayweather the win. Well, he has changed his tune on that one, saying that he respects "the decision of the judges and I accept my defeat." "Right now, my focus is to fully recover from my right shoulder injury and on my job as a lawmaker."

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