Years of anticipation for the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao resulted in a lackluster bout with Mayweather winning by unanimous decision.  Pacquiao’s camp later revealed that he wasn’t at 100% because he fought with an injured shoulder.  The injury reportedly happened during training camp and Pacquiao failed to disclose the information.  Fans are so pissed off about the situation, they’ve filed lawsuits against Manny and Top Rank.

Manny Pacquiao and his fight promoters have been hit with two class action lawsuits by people who claim he screwed fans, Pay-per-view buyers and gamblers out of serious money by not disclosing his shoulder injury before the Mayweather fight.

TMZ Sports obtained the lawsuit filed in federal court in Nevada in which Stephane Vanel and Kami Rahbaran are suing on behalf of a class that feels cheated.

In the suit,  Vanel and Rahbaran claim they are fighting “on behalf of all persons who purchased tickets; purchased the pay-per-view event; or who wagered money on the event.”

The plaintiffs are suing Pacquiao, Bob Arum, Top Rank Boxing and others for consumer fraud, and they’re demanding at least $5 million in damages.

A second suit was then filed in Los Angeles and is pretty much the same as the Nevada suit, but the plaintiffs in L.A. have included Mike Tyson as exhibit A the fight was crap. They point out Iron Mike called it “the Dud of the Century.”

They’re also looking for at least $5 million.

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