Pacquiao may not fight in the US and Philippines again because of...

Seems like everybody's got a price - That's true in most cases
I wonder how they sleep at night - comfortably with their soft big bed
When the sale comes first and the truth comes second - since when its the other way around?
Just stop for a minute and smile - Okay

It's not about the money, money, money -  its all about the money
We don't need your money, money, money - yes we do
We just wanna make the world dance - Well we also want to do this
Forget about the price tag - never forget about the price tag

The Lyrics above is from Jessie J - Price Tag, I just have to use it as an analogy, sorry I should say the  other way around because in the world of Sports and Entertainment its all about the cha-ching, cha-ching and the ba-bling, ba-bling and of course we also want to make the world dance and but we should not forget about the price tag.

This is exactly the reason why Manny Pacquiao promoter Bob Arum thinks that Manny Pacquiao will never fight in the US again.

"By fighting outside the country, as he’s doing in this Rios fight, Manny doesn’t have to pay U.S. taxes anymore – at a rate of 40% for a foreign athlete," Arum said. "If this pay-per-view and other things take off like we think they may, I can’t imagine Pacquiao will ever again fight in the U.S.”

Statement above is from Bob Arum, and if you think there is a slight chance that he will be fighting in his home country then think again, oh well may be it can happen if some financial giants back it up. Manny Pacquiao may only have a few fight left in him and he could be done, maybe the fight with Rios is the last fight, maybe not but considering he is in the twilight of  his career it is hard to reject big money offer to fight in places like China, Singapore, Middle east and maybe Europe other places where he could earn big buck. who can blame him after all its all about the cha-ching, cha-ching and the ba-bling, ba-bling.