On what's different in 2016
"Experience is what it's all about. At first I didn't have that big fight experience. I know what this is all about. I get it. This doesn't rattle me now. I consider myself a veteran now. This is my fourth pay-per-view. I've been here before. The lights are bright, I'm ready for it, I'm relaxed, I know what it's all about, and I know what the main focus is: Saturday night. That's the only thing on my mind right now. I can't wait to go out there and display what we've been working on the whole camp, and pass the test. We've been spending the last eight weeks studying, getting ready for this test, against Manny Pacquiao, one of the greatest fighters of this generation. If we can accomplish this dream, accomplish this goal, you can't deny me. That Hall of Fame spot, you can't deny it. I will be remembered. We will be remembered forever in boxing. That's what's at stake for me."
On being too emotional in the second fight
"I put it in my mind that I had to knock him out in order to get a victory, because of the first fight. But going into this third fight, it almost feels like it's my first fight. New strategy, new game plan, my coach Teddy made me realize that a lot of things that I didn't know before, that I thought I knew about Manny Pacquiao, now I do know. It's like having a cheat sheet taking an important test. I have a cheat sheet, and that's Teddy Atlas analyzing the fight. We know we did everything in training camp to get prepared for him and his style."
On being a better fighter now
"I'm not the same fighter I was. I'm better prepared now. I know the things I shouldn't do, and can't do, and should do against Manny Pacquiao."
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