Floyd Mayweather rips into Manny Pacquiao, Shane Mosley & Says Miguel Cotto, Ricky Hatton Damaged Goods
By Johnny Benz (April 26, 2010) Doghouse Boxing  
This weekend you'll want and need to tune your TV set to HBO's Pay-Per-View that showcases Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr. up against "Sugar" Shane Mosley. It's one hot event that no one wants to miss out on.

In a recent interview sent to us here at DoghouseBoxing, "Money" Mayweather Jr. spoke on an assortment of topics, mainly his fight with "Sugar" Mosley, but also took the time out to discuss Manny Pacquiao.

A question asked of "Money" Mayweather Jr., was: "In 24/7 you talk about being better than Ali and Robinson. I'm curious where you put Shane Mosley and Manny Pacquiao on that list?"

"Money" Mayweather responded to the question, stating: "Well, I don't know where I could put Mosley. I can't see how a guy can call himself great. I can't see how a guy like Mosley can even call himself great or he can't talk about."

"Money" Mayweather did not stop there with his ripping into of Mosley, going as far as to question his drug history. "Money" Mayweather added: "I can't see Mosley talk about putting himself as a future Hall of Famer and this was a guy we don't know how long he was taking enhancement drugs. So this is something that we don't know."

"Money" Mayweather, never one to hold back his tongue, also gave a bleak assesment on Manny Pacquiao.

"Okay, Manny Pacquiao struggled twice, which we really know he got beat, struggled twice with Marquez, which we know he really lost, right? And we know he's been knocked out twice. And he's been out-boxed by Eric Morales, but they still give him Boxer of the Decade. So that's something I don't understand. He beat a Miguel Cotto who just got pummeled with a cast. So I mean, tell me what it really is. He beat Miguel Cotto that got pummeled with a cast and he beat a Ricky Hatton that got stretched by me. I'm trying to find out what it really is. That's not for me to choose. That's not for me to put him in the Hall of Fame," stated "Money" Mayweather.

Tune your TV to HBO on Saturday, May 1st and catch the PPV. The fight will go down live at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and will be shown on live TV with HBO Pay-Per-View®. The live TV Telecast will start at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. Check with your local cable provider, or satellite dish receiver for more details, including start times in your region and HDTV availability for those with TVs capable of streaming HD.

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