|Mayweather Sr. in an altercation with security|
MANILA, Philippines – Floyd Mayweather Sr. claims that he can improve Manny Pacquiao's boxing skills if he trained him, but it still would not be enough to defeat his son, Floyd Mayweather Jr.
"I can improve him," Mayweather told On the Ropes Boxing Radio.
"But improving him, he's still not at the status where he can beat little Floyd, because he doesn't have the agility to do what it takes to beat little Floyd."
According to Mayweather, Pacquiao is not the type of fighter who can beat his son, saying that the Filipino boxing champ is "a shorter man," "ain't got no reach" and "ain't no jabber."
"It's not a guy like Pacquiao who can beat Floyd," he said, adding, “He just comes in throwing punches like a woman.”
Mayweather claimed that he can change Pacquiao "totally as a fighter" if he was allowed to train him. He stressed, though, that he has no plans of doing so.
"I would have him jabbing a lot more, and I would have him moving his head," he said.
"I'm not training him right now, so it don't make a difference. And I'm not going to train him."