Every sports fan under the Sun from all four corners of the Globe are highly anticipating May 2nd. That is the date that Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao meet in a boxing ring at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. It's been years in the making, and many feel it will be a defining moment for both boxer's legacy. Mayweather however feels that one fight won't define his legacy. Check out what Mayweather had to say in this brand new audio interview embedded on this page.
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In this brand new exclusive audio Q&A, FightHype.com catches up with Floyd Mayweather. The pound for pound king says: "I don't feel that one fight defines my legacy. To me, it's just another day. It's just another fight. I mean, when you just look at the tale of the tape, I have a longer reach, I'm taller, I'm stronger, and I'm more accurate."
Regarding Alex Ariza leaving Pacquiao's camp and working for Team Mayweather: "I think I seen a major change in Pacquiao when Alex Ariza left his training camp,"... Press play and listen to the full interview.
This audio interview with Mayweather Jr. has a run time of 4mins and 12 seconds.
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