"The long anticipated fight between Manny Pacquiao, 51-3-2, 38 KO’s and Floyd Mayweather, JR., 41-0, 25 KO’s is a done deal with only signatures needed on the printed contract" said a very reliable inside source close to Team Mayweather who has just contacted RSR. This inside source went on to say, "Floyd is very happy that both sides could work out issues that he always felt could be talked out." Floyd is anticipating on making well over 50 million dollars with Manny making almost the same. Tentative dates being kicked around for an HBO PPV is the middle to end of November 2010 and if this does happen there is no doubt that this fight will be the biggest grossing in history.
He says the Nevada legislature had adopted a new rule that would not disqualify a fighter who had a previous brain bleed. They'll license a fighter on a case by case basis. The Nevada commission will vote on that rule change late July and he is optimistic that they will approve that change. Once they do that, Valero, as is the case with any other fighter, will apply for a license, have an MRI and Top Rank anticipates he will pass the medical scrutiny and will then get his Nevada license.
I told Gamboa if he's successful in July, we'll bring him back in September in Madison Square Garden in a co-feature, and we're gonna keep building him. And the fight I'd like to make down the line that would be absolutely huge would be Gamboa vs. Juan Manuel Lopez.