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Floyd Mayweather Vs. Manny Pacquiao: Pacquiao Wants To Teach Mayweather A Lesson

In anticipation of the "fight of the century" between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, much tension is building up between the two fighters. Pacquiao has made it clear he doesn’t like Mayweather because of his history with domestic violence.

If Pacquiao beats Mayweather it will be the first loss in Mayweather’s career — 47-0 to date. But despite the dislike between the two welterweight fighters, Pacquiao still wants to make Mayweather a better person.

"I want to teach him a lesson," Pacquiao said. "To be a good person, to be an example for everybody. To let him know that there is God and we should humble ourselves before God."

Pacquiao’s lifestyle is as different as it gets from “Money” Mayweather. He serves in the House of Representatives in the Philippines, and is known for using most of his money for charity work. On the other side of the spectrum is Mayweather who reportedly will use a $25,000 mouthpiece for the fight, with pieces of gold, diamonds and even a $100 bill inside of it.

The May 2 fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas promises to be a fight for the ages. And if you’re not one of the few lucky fans to have a ticket for the fight — $1,500-$10,000 — watching it on pay-per-view will cost you $99 for a high-definition feed.

Source: GMA News

Photo Credit: AP Via Daily Mail


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