While there's no question that when Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Miguel Cotto meet this Saturday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, they'll put on one hell of a show, there's one thing that's casting a shadow over the event—Manny Pacquiao. Mayweather and Pacquiao have a long history of would-be fights that amounted to nothing more than smack-talking and allegations of performance-enhancing substance abuse. Ultimately their match-up was shelved for sometime between "someday" and "never." For many fans, Cotto is a consolation prize. So what does this fight mean for the future of a highly sought-after Pacquiao/Mayweather bout? Cage Potato breaks it down so you know whether it's worth getting your hopes up. Read the story at Cage Potato >>
Does the Floyd Mayweather/Miguel Cotto fight mean Manny Pacquiao is next?