Floyd Mayweather urges Manny Pacquiao to fight

Mayweather urges Pacquiao to fight
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Floyd Mayweather once again calls Manny Pacquiao out following his 12-round victory over Miguel Cotto in Las Vegas.

Floyd Mayweather Jnr has reiterated his desire to get in the ring with Manny Pacquiao following his unanimous victory over Miguel Cotto.

The 35-year-old took his unbeaten record to 43-0 at the MGM Grand last night, securing the WBA Super World light-middleweight title in the process.

Mayweather used to post-fight interview call out his Filipino rival, urging him to agree to a bout.

"I tried to make the Pacquiao fight and that didn't work, so I fought Miguel Cotto instead and gave the fans a great fight," said Mayweather. "I want to fight Pacquiao but he has to take the test, and I'll fight him."

Mayweather will start a 90-day prison sentence for assault on June 1.

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