Pacquiao In Talks With Mayweather & Amir Khan For Final Fight
Manny Pacquiao is reportedly in negotiations with Floyd Mayweather and Amir Khan for what will likely be his final fight.
While speaking with AFP this week, the Filipino boxing star said a final decision on who his opponent will be would be chosen by "November or December".
Pacquiao, 36, has previously said he'd fight one final time before retiring and focusing on politics.
He announced this week that he'll be running for a seat on the Philippine Senate in 2016. But, before that, Pac-Man wants to fight one more time.
Pacquiao confirmed that he's in negotiations with Mayweather's camp and Khan's camp, but says he has no preference. "I will fight anybody, anywhere. I am going to fight probably before the election," he said. "The election is coming next year, May, and before that I will probably have one fight."
Mayweather announced his retirement in September, following his 49th win, via a decision over Andre Berto. However, very few actually believe Mayweather won't fight again, especially since one more win would give him a perfect 50-0 record, which would eclipse heavyweight legend Rocky Marciano's 49-0 mark, which he has tied.
Pacquiao says his last fight would potentially take place in March or early April next year.
He's notched a record of 57 wins, two draws and six losses over a 20-year career.