KEY POINTS

  • Manny Pacquiao and Conor McGregor's manager believes Floyd Mayweather will lose to either one of his clients in a rematch
  • Mayweather is picking on fighters with low to no boxing experience
  • Money, fame and an assured victory are factors that will lure Mayweather back to the ring

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been known to approach fights tactically. He chooses his opponents well and comes up with a devious plan to make sure he wins.

The 43-year-old rarely agrees to a rematch, and the handler of Conor McGregor and Manny Pacquiao seems to know why.

Audie Attar is the latest to speak out and lambast the retired boxer about the opponents he faces. He goes on to rue the plan of Mayweather against McGregor, something he says caught them off guard.

It turns out that McGregor’s training camp was focusing on the familiar approach of Mayweather, that of which is to fight defensively. But to their surprise, “The Flamboyant One” came out aggressive and took the fight to the UFC star.

This rant would be a point of contention for most. While most know that Mayweather adopts defensive tactics in the ring, any opponent needs to look beyond the box against someone like Mayweather.

The undefeated American hacked out a TKO win over McGregor in 2017 and has since dodged calls for a rematch despite potentially big money on the table.

"I do believe Conor vs Floyd again, he beats him. I don't think Floyd ever takes it," Altair said on Dubai Eye 103.8 Sport.

Attar goes on to criticize why Mayweather has not considered a rematch with either McGregor or Pacquiao. He feels that both stand good chances of dealing Mayweather his only boxing loss.

While that could be true, Mayweather could care less. He is content taking on YouTubers and fighters who have little to no boxing experience.

Most saw how he dominated Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in December 2018 in what most branded as nothing more than a money-making event.

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao could have a rematch next year. In this picture, Pacquiao throws a right at Mayweather during their welterweight unification championship bout at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 2, 2015. Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images

On Feb. 20, Mayweather will be back in action against internet sensation Logan Paul. He is a heavy favorite to come out and go home with another big paycheck.