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FLOYD "Money" Mayweather has blamed Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao's camp for the failure of their super-fight.
The fight was scheduled for March 13 but hit a snag when Pacquiao refused to take a blood test close to the fight date, one of the conditions of Mayweather's camp.
"Throughout this whole process I have remained patient, but at this point I am thoroughly disgusted that Pacquiao and his representatives are trying to blame me for the fight not happening when clearly the blame is on them," Mayweather said.
"First and foremost, not only do I want to fight Manny Pacquiao, I want to whip his punk ass.
"Before the mediation, my team proposed a 14-day, no blood testing window leading up to the fight. But it was rejected. I am still proposing the 14-day window but he is still unwilling to agree to it, even though this is obviously a fair compromise on my part as I wanted the testing to be up until the fight and he wanted a 30-day cut-off. The truth is he just doesn't want to take the tests."
It looks like Pacquiao will defend his WBO welterweight belt against Joshua Clottey. Matthew Hatton has surfaced as a possible opponent for Mayweather.