Mayweather (47-0, 26 KOs) wants Pacquiao (57-5-2, 38 KOs) to fight him on Showtime, where he is under contract for two more fights. Pac Man fights for HBO. There's no reason an agreement can't be made between the networks to co-promote the event.
The fight will most likely take place in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand. It could generate as much as $250 million and will be the highest pay-per-view boxing match in history.
"So let's make this fight happen. Manny Pacquiao, Bob Arum, you guys have been ducking us for years," Mayweather said. "We're tired of you guys fooling the public, fooling the critics. You guys didn't want to take random blood and urine testing, so that's why it didn't happen. Then I offered you $40 million, then you didn't want to make the fight happen. You lost twice, now you coming back begging for the same money. That's not gonna happen. Let's make the fight happen for the people and the fans. Mayweather versus Pacquiao, May 2nd, Cinco de Mayweather."