Boxer # Mani_bakiao said we should give us the best talk about re-launching with # Floyd-Mayweather until January, defending the title of the World Box Association in the middle pressures against Adrian Brunner.
"If Floyd has retired, we'll see how things are," he told a news conference to promote the launch against Brunner in Las Vegas on January 19.
"Adrian Brunner can not be underestimated," he said. "First of all we have to decide this before we start talking about a re-launch with Floyd Mayweather."
The quote has been breaking between the two guys since the Mayweather victory over Bakayo, who later said he had been injured by a right-hand injury during the famous "No One Century" conflicts, but not expectations high.
Mayweather retired in 2017, after winning 50 awards and no loss.
The 41-year-old wrote his account in INGEST last September that he would return to the famous fall in 2015.
He showed the video message of both Mayweather and Bakayo during a corresponding conversation at a musical festival in Tokyo.
Bakayo, who will turn 40 next month, will be amazed at what was said during the interview when asked on Monday.
"We spoke and said he wanted to go back to retirement and challenge me, and I said to her (I have the" title "of the belt and you have to challenge me and come back from her retirement)," he says & Philippine bolt.
Bakayo, who won 60 times and loses seven times twice, and returned to his form last July when Lucas Matisse, the defense champion, was stunned by a golf attack in the seventh round of Kuala Lumpur to win the WBA title in the midfield.
Bronner, who has won 33 times against 3 defeats and one draw, knows he has the chance to drop Pakayo.
"He has lost 3 times in conversation, we know he can lose and stumble, and I have the ability," said Brunner, 29.