Floyd Sr. on Pacquiao: 'He's a fa****. Go stick your head under your dress'

By Rick Chandler | http://outofbounds.nbcsports.com

I missed this when it originally aired, but these quotes by Floyd Mayweather Sr. are too good to pass up; especially if you're a Floyd Jr. fan. During an interview on the On the Ropes Radio program on July 19, Mayweather Sr. had some choice names for Manny Pacquiao; proving that crazy is most likely an inherited trait. Floyd Sr. insists that it isn't Floyd Jr. who is afraid to fight Pacquiao, but that it's the other way around, saying "I know who's scared for real."

"I'd tell him he's a fa***t," Floyd Sr. said, when asked what he would say to Pacquiao face to face, if given the chance. "Go stick your head under your dress. That's what I'd tell him. I'd tell him he ain't nothing but a little sissy; a little girl."

The former welterweight contender and championship winning trainer also spoke on the deadline set by one of Pacquiao's promoters, Bob Arum.

"My problem is, Bob Arum don't call no [expletive] shots," he said. "The fight can be made anytime they want the fight to be made. 'Little Floyd' definitely ain't scared of no Pacquiao. That's the last thing in the world that little Floyd is scared of a little Filipino midget. Definitely that's not the case."

Most of the interview above involves Floyd Sr. trying to locate a book he wants to quote from. I challenge you to listen to it and not declare him a bit insane.

"He's trying to make little Floyd look bad but people already know what time of day it is," he said. "Of course, [Arum] is trying to make Little Floyd look bad because he's with Pacquiao. When he was with my son (as his promoter) he was trying to make him look good and everybody else bad."

When asked if he thinks pro boxing will take a hit if the fight doesn't happen, he said "the sport is going bad anyway."

"The game is going bad because nobody is trying to clean the game up. They just want my son to fight somebody that got some drugs in him, then say he not trying to fight," he added. "He better not be trying to fight somebody on drugs [steroids] because then you putting your life on the line...Drug [steroids] testing shouldn't be 14 days out...drug testing should be random."

Two days later, Pacquiao replied to Floyd Sr.'s comments:

"Let's just laugh it off. He may not have been himself when he said that," Pacquiao told ABS-CBN News.

Meanwhile, Arum announced that Pacquiao will next fight Antonio Margarito on Nov. 13 for the WBC title. And here's as close to a ring as Mayweather Jr. is getting.

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