Report: Floyd Mayweather Only Wants to Fight Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather is ready to brush knuckles with Manny Pacquiao, but there is one major problem — Pacquiao is not ready to fight him.

Mayweather is up in arms about fighting Pacquiao, and now that may not even happen, according to Fight Hype.

"I don't want to fight nobody else but him. Nobody! I want him," Mayweather told Ben Thompson. "I don't want to fight [Miguel] Cotto. Not Canelo [Alvarez]. And I ain't looking to fight [Juan Manuel] Marquez a second time. Nobody! I want him! I only want one person, Pacquiao. …

"It could be Cotto, it could be Canelo, but I'm not trying to fight either one of them. May 5, I'm looking to fight Manny Paquiao. Why is he duckin' and dodgin' me? I mean, you say you're a clean athlete, I'm a clean athlete, let's take the tests and let's fight. Like I said before, May 5, sure, it could be Cotto, or it could be Canelo, but I don't want to fight them. I don't want to fight nobody but one person, Manny Pacquiao. That's the only one I want to fight.

"Right now, my team may be looking for me to fight one of the other top guys out there, but I'm looking to fight one person. … Everybody knows that all my business is handled in a professional manner. I got people that work for me that handle my business. Everybody knows that Al Haymon is my go-to guy."

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