Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl

Floyd Mayweather was one of the coaches at Dwight Howard’s charity game last night. In the post game interview Mayweather talked about the game, charity and of course someone brought up Pacquiao. Mayweather spoke about Pac-Mans fight this past Saturday (kinda) and if they will ever fight.

In a separate interview Mayweather congratulates Pacquiao and Marquez & Says Arum is standing in the way of fight with Pacquiao.

Check them both out after the jump…

From Dwight Howard Charity Game:

According to

In an interview with FightHype, Floyd Mayweather Jr says that he feels  Bob Arum is the man standing in the way of making a fight between himself and Manny Pacquiao, and while he claims he didn’t see Saturday’s Pacquiao vs Marquez fight, he had some thoughts on their rivalry, too.

On Arum:

“I personally think it’s Bob Arum having a vendetta. I think he’s very, very upset with me because, you know, I exposed and I opened the world’s eyes up to different things.”

Mayweather is referencing, of course, his nasty split from Top Rank years ago, where he was harsh about fighters being screwed by promoters. He also feels that in his time promoting himself since then — with a big helping hand from Golden Boy, it should be noted — he’s shown that fighters don’t need to work for promoters. That’s his belief, and the fact is he pulls in a ton of money. Arum was famously of the belief that Mayweather lacked superstar quality.

On Pacquiao vs Marquez, and a possible fourth fight between the two:

“Why? I mean, I truly feel that Marquez is never going to get the benefit of the doubt. I want to congratulate Marquez and I want to congratulate Manny Pacquiao for doing it a third time, but I just feel like if you get it done right the first time, there’s no need for a second or third fight. And if it is needed, do it again in the same fashion and in the same way, or do it even better.”

There’s plenty more in there, including Floyd talking about the defamation lawsuit, steroids, Freddie Roach, and other topics.

Mayweather returns to the ring on May 5, 2012, and his team has said that they’re hoping to get Pacquiao as the opponent. There have been no other strong rumors yet.