Theatre legend Bernard Hopkins considers Floyd Mayweather will not leave a legacy in boxing compared to Manny Pacquiao.
Mayweather retired with a list of 50-0 in 2017, two decades later outpointing Pacquiao at the fight in history.
Mayweather Hopkins considers Pacquiao has got the better livelihood, although May boasts the bank accounts after a profession.
“Manny fought who his promoter needed him to fight along with Floyd fought the financially rewarding men.
“Mayweather remains a Hall of Famer; to me personally, it makes him smart and great in the company.
Pacquiao rebounded out of his Overcome to acquire among the world welterweight titles before enduring a shock loss.
He conquered Keith Thurman to make sure he remained among the finest on earth at 147lb and recovered.
And Hopkins follows rising in hailing Pacquiao as more of a role model star Ryan Garcia.
“It is A passing of the torch,” Garcia said. “He was a legend, the actual myth.
“But I am looking to do things beyond boxing. Manny Pacquiao did something. Floyd only did boxing. So I believe Manny Pacquiao should pass that flashlight.”