After winning his opponent, Manny Pacquiao on unanimous decision on 2nd May, Floyd Mayweather still has at least one more fight before he quits boxing, however there is a possibility of a rematch with Pacquiao.
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Floyd Mayweather will be targeting to fight with a different boxer, though he was saying he would grant Pacquiao a rematch, unfortunately after a couple of days from his fight with Pacman, doctors found out that Pacman had a problem with his shoulder and it deserves a surgery which will keep him until 2016, so in that case Mayweather will be fighting a different person in september.
After making a sensible research in boxing world, the one and only opponent Mayweather is most likely to fight is Amir Khan.
Mayweather wanted to fight Amir Khan some years ago but finally he decided to take on Marcos Maidana, Khan has been yearning to fight the world’s best boxing Champ way back in 2013 and now these two are most likely to fight this september – 2015.
Amir Khan told BBC Radio that he thinks the fight will be there, last year in september, Khan missed fighting Mayweather because he was not able to train while taking a thorough observation on Ramadan in July. This time Khan says there is a chance for him to fight Mayweather this september.
Khan will be facing Chris Algieri on 29th May in the town of Brooklyn. He has won his last four fights. Incase if Mayweather fights Khan, this is likely to be his last ever match and best fight in the welter-weight division and on top of that Mayweather has taken on the most hard-hitters in his weight class.
Mayweather Sr said,” my son has fought so much with powerful boxers around here and after his fight with Pacquiao on 2nd May, there is nothing left to prove, he needs to take his contract and end it.”
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