Floyd Mayweather Jr. is living up to his "Money" monicker after being paid $2.2 million for a video clip imploring MayPac 2 in Saudi Arabia. The former undisputed champ's viral video was allegedly taken nearly nine months ago when he visited the middle eastern country.

The new leaked footage got fans excited for a moment, but was short-lived after Floyd shot down the possibility of a rematch against rival, Manny Pacquiao. Mayweather said that the video he made months ago earned him "$2,200,000," but the "truth is the fight will never happen again."

"Who's the smart one? I'm making millions just for 10-second video drops," quipped the former welterweight champ. Upon seeing the video, the current WBA "super" welterweight titleholder, Manny Pacquiao said that Jr. is again using his name to garner attention.

The eight-time division champion blasted the American and said on his Instagram account that "Floyd Mayweather is using my name again to get himself some attention." He ended the post with the #FunnyMoney on Monday, Philippine time.

In an interview with Ben Thompson of FightHype, Jr. claimed that the video was taken nine months ago to hype his visit in Saudi Arabia. He added that a rematch between him and the Filipino icon would never materialize as of the moment.

He said that "basically, that's an old video... there are no talks about me and Manny Pacquiao fighting a rematch." In the interview, he also lambasted Manny for making an excuse with his injured shoulder after their fight in 2015.

Mayweather told FightHype that Pacquiao "can raise his hand after the fight ended, then all of a sudden, his shoulder is messed up." He added that a real champ takes "his victories like a man and he takes his losses like a man."

It appears that the only rematch in Saudi Arabia is the one with Andy Ruiz Jr. and Anthony Joshua.

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Undefeated WBC/WBA welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. speaks during a news conference at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas September 9, 2015. Mayweather will defend his titles against challenger Andre Berto at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sept. 12 in what he says will be his final fight. Reuters/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus