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Mike Alvarado:We came very close to seeing Pacquiao-Mike Alvarado in November instead of Pacquiao-Brandon Rios. This thing could easily be put together for early 2014.
Amir Khan:Amir Khan is looking to get on the fast track to a bout against Floyd Mayweather Jr., and few things would propel him up the pound-for-pound charts like a victory over Pacquiao. Plus, there is probably a lot of deep-seeded resentment involved in this relationship.
Timothy Bradley:Nobody really wants to see this fight, but given how limited Pacquiao's options are, a repeat against Timothy Bradley isn't out of the question. This showdown would instantly become much more highly-anticipated if Bradley can get past Juan Manuel Marquez.
Juan Manuel Marquez:This fight should have been scheduled for November, but Juan Manuel Marquez's ego got in the way. After his Timothy Bradley bout proves to be a bust, he may opt to make things right with the fans by taking on his arch rival.
Floyd Mayweather:Regardless of whether Floyd Mayweather Jr. gets past Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez or not, he has a lengthy Showtime deal to fulfill. Pacquiao is a perfect big money opponent who will generate tons of buys and poses a minimal risk.