Sugar Ray Leonard Wants Mayweather-Pacquiao II
As a fighter who came out of retirement to settle scores and prove himself to be the best, Sugar Ray Leonard’s opinion on a Floyd Mayweather return against Manny Pacquiao is a unique take.
Leonard, who retired in 1982, 1984, and 1987 prior to comebacks that included a mega-fight against Marvin Hagler, believes that the fight would sell and that being over 40 is not the end of one’s career.
“Put it this way, it should be done. People will watch it,” Leonard told TMZ.
“It’s two guys in their 40s. When I was 40, I came back, I don’t know who it was against, but you had a different stage in your life, spiritually, physically, mentally. He (Pacquiao) looked phenomenal (in his last fight).”
Quotes Transcribed By Boxing Scene