Floyd Mayweather Sr.
Floyd Mayweather Sr. is interviewed before his son's workout at the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, Nevada April 22, 2014. World Boxing Council (WBC) welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. is preparing for his fight against World Boxing Association (WBA) champion Marcos Maidana of Argentina at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on May 3. Reuters

The super fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao still remains a pipe dream despite the negotiations and the trash talks happening between both camps. Recently, Floyd Sr. has expressed his thoughts on the potential super fight between his son and the Filipino boxing icon. Contrary to a previous statement saying that his son will fight Pacquiao, the elder Mayweather is now uncertain if the super fight will really take place.

That's out of my control," the elder Mayweather told Fight Hype when asked about his thoughts on the super fight. "I don't know whether they're going to fight or not."

In October, Floyd Sr. has said that he was sure that his son will fight Pacquiao. He said that Floyd Jr., who has two more fights left in his contract with Showtime, will end up fighting the Filipino before he hangs up his gloves for good. However, Floyd Sr. seemed to have given a completely different view from his preceding opinion.

Floyd Jr. has recently dared Pacquiao to fight on May 2, 2015. Pacquiao's promoter doubts that the fight will happen on that day. However, Arum asserted that negotiations are still being talked about just to give the fans what they have been longing to see since 2009.

Meanwhile, former HBO Sports Executive Seth Abraham has also expressed his skepticism that the fight between Floyd Jr. and Pacquiao will really come to fruition, New York Daily News reports. Abraham believes that Floyd Jr. doesn't really want to fight Pacquiao. He said that he wouldn't spend a minute thinking about the fight because it is just not going to happen.

Floyd Jr., who has successfully protected his boxing record at 47-0, would be more interested in retiring as undefeated and be heralded as one of the greatest fighters in history, Abraham lamented. Floyd Jr. wouldn't risk his perfect record and give Pacquiao the chance to tarnish it. Instead, Floyd Jr. will reportedly think of another excuse that would guarantee the super fight from happening.

The super fight has been laid on the table since 2009. Disagreements from both camps including purse split and drug testing had prevented the fight from taking place.