"What we are doing in training is very good because we're not focusing on one strategy. We're working on two or three strategies. Either way, if he wants to fight me that's good for me and if he wants to move around the ring I'm ready for that.
"I cannot say he is the most dangerous opponent of my career because I have not faced him. I have faced Oscar De La Hoya, Miguel Cotto, Juan Manuel Marquez and other great boxers.
"My confidence right now is different than any other fight I've had. I feel excited and I have to prove something. I like being the underdog, because my killer instinct and my focus are there.
"I'm different than the first 47 he fought. I'm faster than them and I'm very confident for the fight. This is the moment that I believe he will experience a loss.
"I think we can win a decision. I always trust the commission, the judges and the officials. Our focus is not just on looking for a knockout but throwing a lot of punches in case it comes to a decision.
"I have not changed in my body in the last five years. I think the changes are that I have more experience now, better strategy and smarter movement. The speed and power has not changed.
"Thank you to all the media here. You are a part of what we accomplish in boxing. Without you who would know us? Without you who knows boxing? You have helped boxing and I thank you so much for the support.
"This is one of the most important fights for my boxing legacy. I want to make this fight a good result for my legacy. I want to win, that is my goal.
"I believe this is the right time for us to be fighting. More people are informed for this fight than ever before. People who aren't even boxing fans are interested in this fight.
"When I started fighting in America in 2001, no one knew who I was. Now, everyone knows Manny Pacquiao. A lot has changed since 2001.
"I am not only working for myself, but I work to help other people and to be an inspiration.
"I am very grateful for the overwhelming support of the fans for this fight."
BOB ARUM, Hall of Fame Promoter, Top Rank
"All the fighters I've worked with are different. I must say that I've never worked with a fighter like Manny Pacquiao. Somebody who is so intensly dedicated to doing good for people, to making a difference in his country and to making life better for those less fortunate than he is. Manny Pacquiao really is somebody that I admire tremendously for everything he does outside of the ring."
FREDDIE ROACH, Pacquiao's Trainer
"Floyd's never fought anyone with better speed than he has and I believe we have better speed. I believe we have better power than he has and we're using that. I don't think Floyd's legs are there anymore and he can't run for 12 rounds because we will catch him on the way. We're ready to go 12 hard rounds and that's what we train for.
"I learned a lot from Floyd's fight with Oscar De La Hoya. I thought he won the first six rounds and then lost track of the strategy. We learned a lot about how Floyd sets traps and Manny recognizes how he sets trap. He won't fall into it ever and Manny knows exactly what to do in every situation.
"I think we can win a decision. We can outpoint him no problem.
"Manny is definitely ready for this fight, we've had a great strategy. We've actually really worked on this fight together.
"Manny took me into his room many times to dissect tape on Mayweather and how he fights against certain people. This is the first time he has ever asked me to watch film with him. I liked what he showed me on the tape and I think that we're perfect for this fight.
"From the first day this fight was announced, I've seen a different attitude in Manny. He has really taken his training to a new level. He is very motivated and I love what I see every day."