Dana White Threatens to Sue Pacquiao

Dana White Threatens to Sue Pacquiao

Javier Howell
December 12, 2017

But, if they have, the UFC President says he'll be suing the boxing star's camp.

However, a boxing match with Pacquiao has the potential of generating millions of dollars in revenue for both fighters as Pacquiao is still one of the biggest boxing stars in the world.

"That would be weird because he's under contract with us", White said, according to ESPN. This comes on the heels of reports from worldwide news agency AFP where Manny Pacquiao appeared to confirm that preliminary talks with McGregor have begun.

It was expected that McGregor would head back into the Octagon after losing his boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather back in August. "If that's true, I will be suing Manny Pacquiao and whoever's representing him".

There is also the issue that White and Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum have a very frosty relationship which has lasted for many years.

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Since initially sending Conor McGregor a tweet in recent times mentioning to him to keep fit for 2018, a number of reports have emerged that suggest Pacquiao could in fact take on McGregor under boxing rules next year.

Dana White has also gone on record to say that Conor McGregor may never step into the Octagon again after receiving over $100 million for his fight with Mayweather.

UFC president Dana White told journalists on Sunday that, if true, Pacquiao and his representatives Top Rank promotions would all be subject to legal action. "Yes, but it's old news", Arum said shortly after the Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux fight in NY. The UFC has handled Conor McGregor with kids gloves during the last 12 months and bowed to his every need using the argument that McGregor has done a lot of things to build the company.

Would you like to see Diaz test his skills in the boxing ring? Because we're supposed to give him three fights a year.