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The 38-year-old feels he has trained ‘extremely well’ in the run-up to the fight and is confident of taking the victory.
by David Anderson
Floyd Mayweather Junior claims his game plan against Manny Pacquiao is simple – to win.
Mayweather says he is keeping it straight forward as he finalises his preparations for the eagerly-anticipated clash on May 2 at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena.
He says he is happy with his training camp and that at 38, he feels at the peak of his powers.
“If you have asked me what my game plan is, my game plan is to win,” said the unbeaten pound-for-pound king. “That is what it always has been.
“When you are trying to perform, when you are at this level you want to perform extremely well, you don’t want to overtrain.
“You want to be completely ready to go out there and be at 100 per cent. As far as this training camp, I have trained extremely well.
“Hopefully I am fitter and stronger. We will just have to see. That is why I’m at this level, at the pinnacle of my career.”