I'm calling it like I see it again, ladies and gentlemen. This prediction is sure to steer up some criticism and some arguments, but I think can handle it. Pacquiao is really hot right now, he's on top of his game, and Mayweather has been off for a year and half. Surely, Mayweather will have retained much of his form, but Pacquiao has just thoroughly anhilliated two of the guys in a row, who to this day are Mayweather's biggest wins - and Mayweather did not blow either one of them out. Mayweather got a split decision against DLH, in a fight in which DLH definitely won a number of rounds. Mayweather stopped Hatton as well, but in the 10th round of a tough brawl that was more physically draining for Mayweather than it probably had to be. Mayweather would have to look extraordinary against Marquez just as Pacquiao looked sensational against two of Mayweather's previous victims, for me to change my mind or reconsider the prediction. Nobody is invincible. They all lose eventually and this might be Mayweather's time to experience that. As of right now, I think Pacquiao is more than capable of handing Money May his first loss. His hands are blazing quick, and he moves so well, that it's really difficult to catch him in one spot with one punch. Pacquiao has not lost his touch at the higher weights; in fact I think he's become a better skilled fighter - a more well rounded fighter - than he was at 126 and 130. It will be extremely difficult for Floyd to pot shot his way around this guy. It is absolutely alarming how easily Manny is able to find openings and then immediately expose those openings and execute, even against some of the best defensive minded fighters in the game! Floyd does give his opponents openings too. Floyd appeared to be a little sluggish in the early rounds of the Hatton fight and Hatton was able to catch Floyd with shots that Floyd should never have gotten hit with, and even managed to knock him off balance in the first round. If Pacquiao manages to do the same, Floyd is going to get knocked on his ass. Remember where you heard this first. I just hope the fight comes off. Arum is talking about matching Pacquiao with Miguel Cotto next. WTF???? This isn't a case of Pacquiao ducking Mayweather. This is a case of bitter ass Arum ducking Mayweather because of their split years ago. He claims Pacquiao is the bigger draw, but every big draw that Mayweather faced got the biggest pay day of their careers with Mayweather. They won't make nearly as much fighting Cotto. Now I'm rooting for Joshua Clottey to upset Cotto!