Mayweathers Panicked: Fighter's Family Throws Absurd Accusations at Pacquiao

Joel Jonathan CameroCorrespondent ISeptember 16, 2009

LAS VEGAS - APRIL 16:  Trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. talks with the press on April 16, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather's fighter, Ricky Hatton of Great Britain will fight Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines on May 2, 2009 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.  (Photo by Isaac Brekken/Getty Images)

Floyd Mayweather Sr.:

"I believe he's on some type of supplements. I'm convinced about a lot of (boxers)."

"That's what they're doing right now. Everybody should be checked a little bit more thoroughly. Sometimes people know what's going on but they ain't saying nothing."

"I don't think he can beat Lil' Floyd with steroids in him or not," Mayweather Sr. said. "He don't have that kind of talent. He don't have that kind of skill, whatever he has in him."

"I think they're pushing Pacquiao a little too much, even if he's got 'roids in his body. The steroids aren't going to make him no faster. It's going make him relentless and hit strong, but that's it. It ain't going to put no knowledge in your head."

Jeff Mayweather:

“To be honest there are a lot of other people who feel Pacquiao is taking something as well.”

 “They are basing this on the fact that no other fighter has been able to rise so many weight classes while getting that ripped and muscular. Typically when you put on weight on your body you are going to get toned, not completely shredded like Pacquiao was when he fought Oscar De La Hoya. People are looking at Pacquiao’s physique and asking how is this possible?”

“Don’t get me wrong, my brother isn’t the only one who has said that about Pacquiao. I honestly know of all kinds of people who are saying this. Some say it publicly and some say it behind closed doors but only when my brother says it does it really create so much attention. People just assume he is saying it because of Lil' Floyd potentially fighting Pacquiao and whatnot but I can assure you he isn’t the only one.”

“Guys are just willing to do anything to win,” Mayweather continues. “It’s sad really because it has taken away from the sport. Some guys just care more about winning that what their actual image is and how it would affect the sport. It’s just not fair when you have some fighters who go about their work the right way by staying clean and they end up competing against someone who is cheating.”

“I don’t think Pacquiao and his team are too nervous about the allegations, the thing is, whether or not Pacquiao is cheating or not, there is no real way to detect it anyways. Guys these days are taking stuff that is much more advanced and untraceable so they are able to get away with it. Pacquiao will still probably be focused but part of him might be a little bit mad because he knows some people might look at him in a different light.”

“Listen, I can’t tell you what Pacquiao is doing. Only he knows that. I’m not here to accuse the man of anything but all I can say is that numerous people feel he has been taking something illegal these past fights. I do know that there are a lot of fighters in the sport who use substances to get an edge and it’s scary, really. People on the inside know what’s going down and it’s all over in boxing. It’s not about just Pacquiao it’s about the sport of boxing in whole.”

The Mayweathers are panicking. They're main man Floyd Mayweather Jr., the delusional former P4P king, is not selling tickets. 

Even the award-winning HBO 24/7 series is not making enough materials to make the "Number One Numero Uno" as exciting as the Mayweathers hoped for it to be. The revelation of Marquez drinking his own pee is the only thing worth talking about in this tv special.

No one is biting that Lil' Floyd is the real P4P King and the pretender in throne, Manny Pacquiao, will be sideswiped by his return in the ring, the boxing world says otherwise.

The  trash-talking, hate campaigns that the Mayweathers milked in the past are not helping them now. People were just fed up by this clan's antics so much so that no one in boxing is taking them seriously. Only Dana White of UFC bothered to answer them.

Everybody knows that Pretty Floyd's supposedly exciting lifestyle is overshadowed by his "hit and not be hit," boring kind of boxing. 

No GBP hype machine is going to change the fact that millions of PPV viewers had been frustrated by the Mayweathers before. That's millions of unsatisfied costumers.

Pacquiao's lesson for Mayweathers: "I will let my fist do the talking in the ring."

Why the Mayweather clan is attacking Pacman NOW with the most absurd issue of using illegal substance is simple; they've realized that there's no such thing as Mayweather fans and the supposed PPV record was made by Golden Boy. 

This clan is very good at stirring hatred in their opponent's fans and making them want to watch Lil' Floyd to be beaten by their idol. They've done it with De La Hoya and Hatton and they want to do it with Juan Ma but they discovered late that Marquez doesn't have the solid following enjoyed by El Terible Morales and Baby Face Barrera in Mexican community.

For them the best way to salvage this "Numero Uno" bout is to attack the best and most popular boxer on the planet and hope that the angry Pacfan mob will root for "Pee Drinking" Marquez and start buying PPV.

But this strategy is so absurd that Pacfans worldwide are calling to boycott this Sept. 18 bout.