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Mayweather vs. Pacquiao 2 Clash of Titans

Introduction: Floyd Mayweather is contemplating a sensational comeback, with the possibility of facing Mikey Garcia on Showtime’s final broadcast. However, what fans truly desire is a rematch between Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. As Showtime bids farewell to the sport after 37 years, the clamor for this epic clash grows stronger.

Pacquiao’s Eager Return: Manny Pacquiao has rekindled hopes of a return to the ring, despite his earlier plans to compete in the Olympics. The boxing legend is ready and willing to step back into the spotlight and seeks redemption for his disappointing 2015 bout against Mayweather. Their initial encounter, known as ‘MayPac,’ was a letdown for many, as Mayweather claimed victory on points in what became the most lucrative Pay Per View in history. Pacquiao attributed his subpar performance to a shoulder injury, sparking discussions of a potential rematch, which nearly materialized in 2020.

The Offer for Mayweather vs. Pacquiao 2: World Boxing News broke the news about a substantial offer from the Middle East for a Mayweather vs. Pacquiao rematch, a piece of information later confirmed by Floyd himself on social media. Unfortunately, the match didn’t come to fruition due to global circumstances. Now, with the final-ever Showtime broadcast on the horizon, there’s a golden opportunity for these two legendary fighters to face off once more.

Revised Plans for the Event: Initially, reports mentioned a Mayweather vs. Garcia bout, along with Danny Garcia and Keith Thurman clashing at super-welterweight. However, the situation has since evolved. It’s now in the works for Garcia to face Erislandy Lara for the WBA middleweight title, while Thurman is slated to take on Eimantas Stanionis.

Floyd Mayweather’s participation is still awaiting confirmation, as is often the case with the enigmatic fighter. Yet, it’s clear that having Mayweather or Pacquiao on the card is essential for making Showtime’s last Pay Per View broadcast a monumental success. A price cap of approximately $90 has been mentioned, but it’s evident that this cost won’t be associated with Garcia vs. Lara and Thurman vs. Stanionis alone; it would necessitate the inclusion of Mayweather to command such a price.

Showtime’s farewell to boxing will undoubtedly be an unforgettable occasion, a fitting tribute to the fans who’ve supported the network over the years. Including Mayweather and Pacquiao in this historic event is a compelling prospect that would undoubtedly send the Pay Per View numbers through the roof.

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