Keith Thurman blasts Manny Pacquiao’s performance on one of his recent fights and said the Filipino legend did not do a thing on Aussie boxer Jeff Horn.

Once again it’s on! With just a couple of weeks away from their superfight, WBA welterweight champ Keith Thurman goes off on the Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao and heavily commented on Pacman’s loss to Aussie boxer Jeff Horn back in 2017, Bad Left Hook reported.

In a recent interview with Fight Hub TV during a training session, Thurman started to discuss Pacquiao’s defeat in a very bad way.

“Jeff Horn barely did s--t, Manny Pacquiao didn’t do a goddamn thing! On God, he didn’t do a goddamn thing! Nothing! Jeff Horn was like this — duck, duck — Jeff Horn said, ‘B---h, please!’ Jeff Horn was a real man, he said, ‘Manny Pacquiao you don’t got nothin’!’ If he had something, what would’ve happened?” Thurman said.

Thurman continued with even more detailed criticism by stating that Horn was already in Pacquiao’s face but the legend’s hands did not touch the Aussie boxer.

“Jeff Horn was bigger. The size was apparent. Every time Manny ducked, Jeff Horn leaned on top of him, right? He manhandled Manny Pacquiao, right? What else did he do? When he was standing straight up, he was right here on Manny Pacquiao. He was right here on Manny Pacquiao — right here! And you’re telling me Manny did something? No he didn’t! Those hands didn’t touch!” Thurman added.

At some point during the interview, Thurman has revealed what moniker he has come up with for Pacquiao right after he watched the fight.

“Go back and watch the fight. That’s the day I gave him the nickname ‘T-Rex Arms.’ I swear to God, watch closely, this is what you’re gonna see: miss, not touch, not touch, if it touched what happens? Bop bop, boop boop? Did he twist his head for 11 rounds, 12 rounds? Did he twist his head for seven rounds? He barely twisted his head. He better twist my f----n’ head. I’m comin’ to twist his, he better twist my head, man. He ain’t do nothin’,” Thurman emphasized.

The Horn fight appears to be the beginning of Thurman’s lack of respect for the eight-division title holder.

“That’s why I don’t got respect for him! He ain’t do nothin’ to Jeff Horn, bro! And then Crawford went southpaw and beat Jeff Horn completely southpaw. He could’ve went right handed and handled the fight in four rounds, but he didn’t. ... Right before he stopped him, there was one round where he was right-handed and he really put the hurt on him. He should’ve just been putting the hurt on him the whole fight, but he was doing a boxing experiment like I did with Bundu,” Thurman said.

A few days ago, Pacquiao also had an interview in which the legend appears to be so done with Thurman’s trash-talks and said that he will face the young fighter today or anytime.

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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. Abbie Parr/Getty Images