Floyd Mayweather's unending list of demands to fight Manny Pacquiao just won't stop.
The brash American fighter issued two more conditions for a fight with the Filipino fight icon to push through.
"If the Pacquiao fight does happen, it has to happen on Showtime pay-per-view only and Mayweather Promotions have to do the fight," Mayweather told ESPN UK.
Mayweather is signed to the Showtime network, while Pacquiao's fights are broadcast by rival HBO.
But even though the two men have deals with competing networks, the two television giants have shown in the past that they could work together.
In 2002, HBO and Showtime collaborated to stage a fight between Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis. The two networks could conceivably come together once more to make sure that Mayweather-Pacquiao — the most-awaited fight of the past few years — would finally happen.
It remains to be seen, however, if this round of talks would result in a match. In the past, negotiations between the two camps have repeatedly broken down, reportedly because of Mayweather's demands.— JST, GMA News