Mayweather: Even at my weight GGG can’t beat me; De La Hoya could get it
Floyd Mayweather was in playful mood as the pound for pound king oversaw friend Adrien Broner’s media workout in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
Speaking to reporters, including Elie Seckbach, the 38 year-old talked about fighting Gennady Golovkin before moving on to a tongue-in-cheek call out of old rival Oscar De La Hoya.
The pair met back in 2007 when Mayweather came through via a split decision, although De La Hoya retired a short while later.
Recently, De La Hoya tentatively stated that he may be ready to return to action and Mayweather said he was open to a rematch in September.
Saying that, Mayweather also stated that welterweight also-rans Andre Berto and Karim Mayfield were on his shortlist for the fall so it was all taken pretty much in jest.
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