Manny Pacquiao has had enough of Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s shenanigans. The reigning WBA welterweight champ has complained that the American boxer is giving promoters a hard time with his "many demands."

The 40-year-old Filipino future Hall-of-Famer shared his sentiments via UAE's The National last week. Manny confirmed that his camp is proceeding at "preliminary discussions" of a potential Mayweather rematch in Dubai next year.

Pacquiao said that his team and Floyd's representatives "are talking right now." Last month, the flamboyant Mayweather teased an exhibition match against the Filipino senator in Tokyo, Japan.

Manny quickly dispersed the notion and said that he's only interest in a real sanctioned fight. He blasted Floyd's announcement as a "meaningless" blabber.

Pacman also criticized Mayweather during a press conference for his amateur basketball showcase in the middle-eastern capital. The former number one pound-for-pound boxer said that Floyd isn't great at making negotiations.

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WBA welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao looks on during a news conference at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on January 16, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pacquiao will defend his title against Adrien Broner on January 19 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Ethan Miller

He said that the American "came to Saudi Arabia, Dubai and the UAE many times looking for a fight," adding that he's making it a hard time for organizers with his "demands."

"He should not give the people here [Dubai] or the promoter a hard time," quipped the eight-division world champion.

Meanwhile, Sean Gibbons, the president of Manny's MP Promotions, said that he is not aware of any negotiations taking place between his boss and Mayweather.

Last week, Pacquiao showed off his basketball skills in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League event against select opponents from Dubai. In both exhibition games, Pacman scored a total of 77 points and drilled six three-pointers during the first game.

He scored 35 points on a losing effort against the Dubai All-Stars but was able to bounce back the next game. He scored 42 points and had a self-alley-oop highlight play.

Gibbons said that there are plenty of options if Floyd decides to forego the rematch. Manny's camp has listed Danny Garcia, Mikey Garcia and Errol Spence as possible opponents.

He has also acknowledged a possible match against Amir Khan.