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Floyd Mayweather has been ordered to pay Manny Pacquiao $113,000 in legal fees, stemming from his failure to show up for court depositions in 2011. The court-ordered depositions were related to the defamation lawsuit that Pacquiao's camp had filed against Mayweather's camp.
For most people on the planet, and even most professional boxers, a $113,000 hit would be very substantial. For example, Josesito Lopez just earned the biggest purse of his career for being sacrificed to Saul "Canelo" Alvarez. Just how big was the purse? His official earnings were only $212,500, while behind the scenes, he allegedly brought in more than that figure. Either way, it shows that in boxing, unless you're really at the pinnacle, you don't just get to rake in cash.
Mayweather though? He allegedly makes $3 million football bets. And even though he denied placing that wager, he can't deny the long string of $100-$250k sports bets he has made over the past few years, publiciz...
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Manny Pacquiao said he would be willing to take less of a portion of the profits if it would help set up a bout between he and Floyd Mayweather.
A federal court judge in Nevada ordered boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. to pay about $114,000 in lawyer fees and costs for avoiding questioning from rival fighter Manny Pacquiao's lawyers.
Attorneys for neither man immediately responded Wednesday to messages about Monday's order.
The judge ruled that Mayweather violated a court order to be questioned under oath by Pacquiao&...
A federal judge has ruled that Floyd Mayweather Jr. must pay more than $113,000 for not sitting for a deposition filed against him by Manny Pacquiao for defamation.
Pac-man claims that Mayweather defamed him by telling media that Pacquiao uses PEDs. Mayweather was supposed to sit for the deposition between June and October of last year, but, in typical Money Mayweather fasion...
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was ordered on Wednesday by federal judge Larry R. Hicks to pay $113,518.50 worth of attorney fees to Manny Pacquiao for failing to attend a court-ordered deposition last year in Las Vegas to provide sworn testimony in … Continue reading →
In a report by the Associated Press that was obtained by the Boston Herald, a federal judge has told Floyd Mayweather, Jr. to pay Manny Pacquiao a figure of about $114,000. This is a result of the defamation lawsuit that Pacquiao filed against Mayweather in regards to the whole performance-enhancing drugs situation. Mayweather is good at running his mouth and fueling up drama...
Manny Pacquiao is to hold a press conference today in California to announce his fourth bout against Juan Manuel Marquez. Timothy Bradley, whom Pacquiao lost his belt to, has been in a corner trying to make noise and entice the Filipino boxer to fight him again. Bradley has been running his mouth, but no one has been really paying attention to his constant cries of Pacquiao...
Three compelling bouts in eight years haven't resolved the rivalry between Pacquiao and Marquez, so they're stepping in the ring together for a fourth bout on Dec. 8 at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas.
And this time, they're both looking for the only decisive ending to any fight: a stone-cold KO.
''I want to erase the doubt of the last three fights,'&...
50 Cent tweeted a photo of himself and Manny Pacquiao on Monday with the quote, “Big business moves.” Guess that makes it official. I wonder what the first fight they promote will be.
Following the flurry of big fights over the past few weekends, we're definitely due for an update to our top 20 pound for pound list. Our last update came in June, following fights including both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, who have been entrenched as the number 1 and 2 fighters in the world for years on end.
This time, our number 3 and 4 fighters, Sergio Martinez and...
Rather than giving fans another “boring” fight against WBO light welterweight champion Timothy Bradley, Manny Pacquiao will battle Juan Manuel Marquez for a fourth time on December 8 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bradley (29-0-0-1, 12 KOs) … Continue reading →
Check out our gallery from today’s press conference to announce Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez 4! The press conference took place today in Beverly Hills as we also took video of the event from earlier today! All photos shot by Freddie and Augusto Sosa
Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez will face each other for the fourth time on December 8 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. In reaching a fourth match-up, Pacquiao and Marquez are now in pretty prestigious company -- their series brings to mind the four epic bouts between Sanny Saddler and Willie Pep.
Saddler ended his career with a record of 144-16-2, with 103 KOs, and Pep ended...