Floyd Mayweather Jr. vowed to take advantage of Manny Pacquiao’s weaknesses when they slug it out in their $300million (£200m) mega-fight on May 2.
While the undefeated American said he respects Pacquiao’s ring achievements, he said he plans to neutralize whatever works for Pacquiao during fights and pounce on his mistakes. Pacquiao, for his part, will try to hand Mayweather the first ever loss of his professional career as the Filipino boxing icon continues to step up his preparations.
It was announced earlier in the week that the duo had agreed to conduct the mega-fight under the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) testing program. Both fighters have agreed to unannounced blood and urine testing without reservation and will be tested out of competition prior to the fight and in competition after the fight.