Eight-division title holder Manny Pacquiao just revealed what Keith Thurman told him during their official weigh-in and face-off.

Pacquiao and Thurman's weigh-in was indeed an intense and hyped up event. As the countdown for their battle for welterweight supremacy officially begins, both champs got their chance to say their last words in front of each other's fans before the fight.

Just moments after Thurman and Pacquiao left the scale, more intense scenarios immediately followed as both fighters went face-to-face. The younger fighter was the first to be asked to state his final words before finally heading to the fight. As expected, Thurman still had a powerful statement for the legend.

Thurman vowed that he will "still be champion" by tomorrow night and once again claimed that Pacquiao will do nothing to him in the fight. "It is my time! this is one time! And still champion by tomorrow night. Manny Pacquiao ain't doin nothin to me baby," Thurman emphasized.

Shortly after Thurman finished speaking, the host walked to Pacquiao, and before the host could even ask a question, the crowd has already gone crazy. Despite Thurman's claims, the legendary fighter did not have anything bad to say and instead swore that the fight will live up to the hype.

Pacquiao also mentioned that he wants to "prove something" at this stage of his career and admitted that his currently in his "best condition." "I want to prove something! I'm so focused for this fight," Pacquiao said.

When asked if he is in a better shape than his last fight against Adrien Broner, Pacquiao proudly said yes. "Absolutely, I'm so prepared for this fight. I think this is one of my best training camp and my best condition," Pacquiao shared.

After the weigh-ins, Pacquiao had a meal with his team and some of his Filipino friends. The icon appeared to be a bit hungry as he continued to eat while the media took photos and asked questions. 

At some point, one of the most important questions was finally brought up by EsNews. The reporter asked what Thurman was trying to tell Pacquiao during their intense face-off. Pacquiao continued to chew for a couple more seconds before finally looking straight to the reporter and responded in a very confident yet calm way that Thurman tried to get into his head but did not succeed.

"He tried to intimidate me, but I'm not!" Pacquiao said.

Keith Thurman Keith Thurman held both the WBA and WBC welterweight titles before vacating the latter due to injury. In this picture, Thurman addresses the media during the 2018 Showtime Championship Boxing Event at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, Jan. 24, 2018. Photo: Abbie Parr/Getty Images