at 2307 N Stone Ave, Tucson, 85705 United States
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No new Mayweather-Pacquiao developments on Wednesday With promoter Bob Arum present at Tuesday’s Zou Shiming’s media day at the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood, California, the attending media was highly interested in the latest ongoing negotiation issues between Floyd Mayweather and Top Rank fighter Manny Pacquiao. In response to swarms of reporters asking about the potential showdown, the Hall of Fame promoter was tight lipped. “I know nothing,” he said. There were some related developments, however. A CBS/Showtime press release did confirm a “May 2 SHOWTIME PPV event featuring the undefeated, world’s No. 1 ranked fighter, Floyd Mayweather.” Also, the Nevada State Athletic Commission approved a request by Top Rank for the date of May 1 to promote a boxing event at the Cosmopolitan Hotel of Las Vegas, the night before the proposed Mayweather-Pacquiao bout.