The mega fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao could help raise millions for the Philippines, reports say.

Many boxing fans and enthusiasts felt disenchanted because the two boxing legends never really met in the ring. However, Mayweather Jr. and Pacquiao might just exchange punches in the ring for a charity match to help raise funds for the typhoon-stricken nation.

If the fight is really to take place, it is going to be the richest fight of the century. It has been reported that the said mega fight can gather as much as $200 million. The expected profit will absolutely be a great help for the victims of the super typhoon in the Philippines.

Mayweather has already expressed his sympathy for the Filipino boxer's country. He sent a tweet, encouraging everyone to pray for the victims of tragedy.

Pacquiao will be up for it, that's for sure. The Filipino people looks up to him, so he will do everything to make his countrymen proud. However, the question is, will he be ready for such a fight? He had already lost twice in his last two fights.

Some say that these boxers do not need to beat the hell out of each other just to raise money. They are already billionaires and they could just start donating.

It has already been reported that Pacquiao has already sent help to the victims. He also have plans of visiting the affected areas after his fight with Brandon Rios.

Pacquiao will face Rios on Nov. 23, and he has to prevail in this fight. Otherwise, it may be all over for him. Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach has stated in an interview that he will not let Pacquiao lose for the third consecutive time. We will soon find out. Pacquiao and his team have already arrived in Macau in preparation for the upcoming bout on Saturday.

Meanwhile, in an interview with Boxing Scene, Coach Roach said they want to fight Juan Manual Marquez next given that Pacquiao wins against Rios. "We want Marquez one more time," said Roach. "That is the fight we want," he added.


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