Floyd Mayweather Jr.
WBC/WBA welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. of the U.S. celebrates his victory over Marcos Maidana of Argentina at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada September 13, 2014. Reuters

Could a fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao be really happening soon? Days after Mayweather Jr. declared in an interview with Showtime that indeed he wants a piece of Pacquiao on May 2, 2015, the undefeated American confirmed the same in another new video interview posted on video-sharing site YouTube on Tuesday.

“My focus is Manny Pacquiao, let’s make it happen,” Mayweather Jr. said in the interview where he not only called out the Filipino for the second time in a week but also blasted British contender Amir Khan. “Amir Khan’s name holds no weight, so no one knows who Amir Khan is.”

In the same interview, Mayweather Jr. reiterated his stand that it was Pacquiao and his camp who is to blame for the previous failures why the super fight never happened in the past. The brash and outspoken American once again stated that because of disagreements with the urine and blood testing and the fact that Pacquiao did not concur to a supposed $40 million purse during the first negotiations, the fight four or five years ago never transpired.

“Bob Arum is throwing another excuse out there, talking about, that they don’t want to fight on May 2nd. Why not? Let’s make the fight happen,” Mayweather Jr. added.

Mayweather has been accused by Arum, founder and president of Top Rank Promotions and also by Oscar De La Hoya, founder of Golden Promotions, of trying to steal the limelight for the Cinco de Mayo weekend festivities. Both promoters have contended that the boxing date should be for Mexico and Mexicans— as they have set-up the Canelo Alvarez of Mexico versus Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico on that weekend.

The Mayweather vs. Pacquiao match-up is widely seen as the bout that could break record pay-per-view numbers. The negotiations have been re-started after Arum met with Leslie Moonves, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CBS Corporation, the outfit which handles Showtime where Mayweather’s fights are aired. From multiple reports, Pacquiao has been calling out Mayweather Jr. consistently to finally make the fight happen in 2015.

Watch the full video of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s latest interview below: