UFC president Dana White spoke to FightHubTV.com about boxing's biggest fight. The one that isn't happening, yet anyway, Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao. The conversation began with White talking about the bouts that are booked, Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto and Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley:
"Well my first thought is I rather see Mayweather vs. Pacquiao but I respect Cotto, but Floyd is too good and too fast. I would bet [expletive] three houses on it.," (White said). When conversation turned to the upcoming June 9th bout between one of White's favorite boxers Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley, the UFC boss shared a similar opinion many boxing fans have, "People are judging Manny Pacquiao because of his last fight with Juan Manuel Marquez. If they fight one hundred times that fight looks the same one hundred times. Pacquiao is the real deal though, he is going to win in spectacular fashion."
Conversation naturally turned to the potential blockbuster fight between Pacquiao and Mayweather as White urged both fighters to make the bout happen, "him and Mayweather need to cut the bullshit and do the fight everyone wants to see. If there ever was a fight in history that should be 50/50 split it is this one. Split the money,it is going to be a 200 million dollar fight. It is going to be the biggest PPV ever, shut the [expletive] up and fight. Just [expletive] do it, people are tired of it." Frank words from a frank man, words that are shared by the rest of the world, interview included below.