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Floyd Mayweather to Manny Pacquiao: He is 'the best fighter I ever fought'

 Floyd Mayweather Jr. gave praise to his long time rival Manny Pacquiao admitted that he is the best fighter that he ever fought, he told Gillie Da King on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game show.

"It's because of his movement. He's a hell of a fighter and I can see why he won so many fights and I can see why he's going down as a hall of famer. It's just certain moves he makes."

Dubbed as the fight of the century, the two legendary fighters was locked in a super bout in May 2015, which Mayweather won via unanimous decision. 

The 44-year-old undefeated boxer is set to make his boxing comeback in a six round exhibition fight against YouTube star turned boxer Logan Paul on June 6 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. This would be a win win situation for him without worrying his undefeated title but take home a guaranteed million dollar price.

Despite what you may have heard about Mayweather smack talk as the king of the ring, he always has the highest respect for his previous opponent.

Mayweather also recognized Emmanual Augustus and Puerto Rican legend Cotto as his toughest and strongest foes, respectively.

"The roughest fighter probably was a guy named Emmanuel Augustus. The 'Drunken Master' was tough. He was just tough. Miguel Cotto was very, very, physically strong," Mayweather shared.

Pacquiao, who has his last fight with Keith Thurman in July 2019 holds a 62-7-2 card with 39 knockouts. Meanwhile, Mayweather has a perfect 50-0 record with 27 knockouts.

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