Months after that great bout that involved two of the finest, Manny Pacquiao says he wants another bite at Floyd Mayweather before he finally retires.
Mayweather may have hung up his gloves, with an unblemished 49-0 unbeaten record, but perhaps tainting that achievement is inspiring Pacquiao to dream of a rematch of the most lucrative bout in boxing history.
The 36-year-old Filipino is relishing for one more fight before he calls time of his distinguished career too, especially when he has been a champion in eight weight divisions.
Pacquiao who has been called on by Benigno Aquino III, the President in Philippines to retire has insisted that Mayweather could be his opponent.
Freddie Roach his trainer had suggested earlier this week that there may be a repeat of May's long-awaited mega-millions encounter, but it is left with whether the American’s camp could be baited out of their pride as Mayweather has made it clear on several occasions that he has finished with boxing, and has no intention of beating Rocky Marciano's record.
The Pacman being dogged by a shoulder problem when he took on Mayweather in Las Vegas, where he lost unanimously on points to give him a career record of 57 wins, six defeats and two draws could be enough fire power to come looking to sting the American, perhaps with harder punches.