Mayweather/Mosley: Nuff Said!

Charlie JonesContributor IJanuary 19, 2010

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 22:  Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather in his first open workout since coming out of retirement, as he prepares for his fight against Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico, at Peacock Gym on May 22, 2009 in London, England.  The fight's due to take place on July 18, 2009 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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In an article at Sports Illustrated Golden Boy Promotions is said to be working on a deal that would make a Mayweather – Mosley fight happen. Andre Berto, Mosley’s next opponent, has withdrawn from the upcoming fight due to the recent events in Haiti which effected his family.

Yes, blood testing will be involved and Mosley will agree to it.

Yes, Mayweather will get the bigger share of the money.

Does this make up for the Pacquiao – Mayweather debacle and the all-but-overly-due-but-probably-too-late fight in Bernard Hopkins – Roy Jones Jr.? Maybe. Does it make Pacquiao look like he may have had something to hide? Possibly. Does it make Bob Arum look like he is one of the major reason’s boxing is said to be on it’s last legs? I think so.

Will Pacquiao’s legacy be forever tainted if he doesn’t fight the winner of the a proposed Mayweather – Mosley fight and not go through blood tests? We’ll have to wait and see.




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