Manny Pacquiao Calls Out Floyd Mayweather For Rematch

Manny Pacquiao displays his ripped physique after a training session

Lucas Matthysse had already lost the fight even before he stepped into the ring against Manny Pacquiao Sunday noon in Kuala Lumpur.

Coming off a seventh-round knockout of Lucas Matthysse (his first since 2009) on Sunday for his 60th professional win, Pacquiao was asked about Mayweather and the 39-year-old made a decision to throw down the gauntlet once again. "Everyone's constantly asking me, 'Are you going to fight Manny Pacquiao?'" Mayweather told video reporters after the charity game.

"The way he looked", said legendary boxing scribe Carlos Irusta when asked about Pacquiao's one sided beating of the Argentine champion.

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Because of his age, at 39, and his lackluster performance with Horn - there were many who were calling Pacquiao a finished article and were pushing for his retirement.

The last, and only, time Pacquiao and Mayweather fought was on May 2, 2015, in a fight that was dubbed the "Fight of the Century" as it pitted what were considered to be the two best boxers of their generation. "Me, Buboy and Noy (Neri) - we talked among ourselves, see what works and doesn't work", said Fortune. "There's a lot of potential opponents there, like (Vasyl) Lomachenko, there are so many fighters that have potential to be my opponent next".

Fortune added that Buboy Fernandez did a great job of priming up Pacquiao and the win is Fernandez's greatest achievement as a trainer.

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