Here is what Roger's response was, as follows:
"Mayweather-Pacquiao is going to be the biggest fight in the history of boxing. The highest grossing in this time in boxing was Floyd and De La Hoya. And you know a Floyd and Pacquiao fight is going to gross more than that...If it don't happen that will be the biggest fight in the history that never happened. I think it's going to happen. My nephew is still in boxing, and I can't see why it won't happen."
Roger's comments may come as a shock to those doubtful of a potential Pacquiao-Mayweather bout, but it would seem the Mayweather clan is trying to ease the doubters into believing a fight with Pacquiao will actually happen.
A fight with Pacquiao has been teased for at least the past two years. Now that Mayweather Jr. seeks a fight with a young, fast, strong, southpaw (left-handed fighter) in Victor Ortiz, many are seeing this as Mayweather preparing for Pacquiao, a fast, strong, southpaw.
Others still don't buy the gesture and will only believe in Mayweather's desire to face Pacquiao when they see that the ink has dried from a contract to face him once and for all.