Mayweather Vs. Cotto: Mayweather Continues To Discuss Manny Pacquaio

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Miguel Cotto arrived in Las Vegas on Tuesday ahead of their Saturday bout at the MGM Grand. The two spent time with the media upon their arrivals, but Mayweather spent most of his time discussing his issues with Manny Pacquaio, whom he won't fight. One of those reasons deals with Mayweather's suspicions about PED use by Pacquaio (via the Las Vegas Sun):

"This is so easy, Ray Charles can see this," Mayweather said. "It’s basic common sense, go look at the pictures and tell me this man’s head didn’t get bigger. This man probably went from a 7 1/4 to an 8 fitted hat."

That was, according to the report, the only subject that Mayweather only really talked about. On a humorous note -- if one takes it that way -- Mayweather denied that he bet $1.8 million on the Los Angeles Clippers a couple of days ago. Remember, there were rumors that he had bet $1 million against Tim Tebow during the NFL playoffs.

Cotto made a mostly quiet appearance in front of the media before Mayweather made the hot topic of the day about Pacquaio.


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