Earlier in the week a report came out stating that Floyd Mayweather Jr. used a banned IV the day before his fight with Manny Pacquiao. The report also points to a strange situation where the United States Anti-Doping Agency knew he did it, then allowed him a TUE exemption for it, 20 days after the fight happened.
Manny Pacquiao has spoken up and told reporters, according to Yahoo Sports, that he want’s there to be a punishment for Mayweather and he also wants a rematch with the undefeated boxer, who is facing off with Andre Berto on Saturday night, a fight he says is his last.
Here’s what Pacquiao had to say:
“Are they hiding something? For the sake of fairness and for the good of the sport, NSAC must be consistent,” he told reporters at his home in the southern Philippines.
“If needed, the NSAC should impose the appropriate sanction to sustain its credibility and to show the world they did not give preferential treatment to the Mayweather camp.”
“That is why I want a rematch. One without any injury and with fair play. No favouritism. Not one where the Mayweather camp gets to dictate all the terms and conditions.”
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