Mayweather not concerned about Pacquiao’s leg cramps
Mayweather not concerned about Pacquiao’s leg cramps
Floyd Mayweather Jr says his training isn't affected by reports that Manny Pacquiao's recurring leg cramps are flaring up once again

MANILA, Philippines – Floyd Mayweather Jr says he is focused on his own preparations – and no one else’s – as he prepares for his May 2 fight with Manny Pacquiao. 

When asked by about Pacquiao’s recurring leg cramps flaring up during training, the 5-division champion said it was no concern of his.

“That’s not really my focus,” Mayweather (47-0, 26 knockouts) said. ”My focus is to go out there and entertain, and win, and look good doing it.

“I know he’s no pushover and I’m not pushover. When you’re at the pinnacle of the sport, everyone is gunning for you. He’s a solid competitor. I don’t try to focus on his weakness at all. My focus is to focus on what he does good, and he’s a hell of a fighter.”

Mayweather’s trainer Floyd Sr. on the other hand says that it could alter their game plan if Pacquiao isn’t able to attack as frequently due to the cramping.

USA Today reported on Sunday that Pacquiao (57-5-2, 38 KOs) had missed his morning workout and that he was being treated for cramps with massage and an $1,800 per bottle special cream. –

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