Mayweather has secretly sought advice from TV personality Jerry Springer’s on-stage security staff in the weeks leading to the big match up.
According to a source within the camp, who spoke on agreement of anonymity, Mayweather has watched approximately 100 hours of footage taken from The Jerry Springer Show.
Springer’s staff are regarded as the best in the world as they are able – in most cases – to prevent any serious injuries between fist-throwing thugs on stage.
Exact details are sketchy, but it is reported Springer’s security staff have told Mayweather to watch Pacquiao’s eyes at all times.
According to Springer’s guards, the pupils dilate split seconds before a punch is thrown.
This happens when the message to punch reaches the brain, at which time the pupils dilate in order to enhance vision.
It is believed in case of experienced boxers, the pupils may dilate up to three seconds before the punch is thrown, giving the opponent even more time.
This is because (due to the number of knocks it has taken) the average brain of a boxer takes longer to register what the message is. The same is said for many of Springer’s on-stage guests.
Mayweather’s corner has also insisted the American takes at least 10 selfies a day and stares at a collage of them for two hours before going to bed.
Studies have revealed staring at one’s own selfies has the potential to make one fearless.
Psychologists at Harvard argue when staring at a selfie you see all your blemishes, and realise you have nothing to lose.
Tests have been carried out on a number of celebrities, with the only one to fail being George Clooney.
Psychologists believe Clooney is unable to find any fault when staring at himself for hours.
Susan Boyle, however, has become suicidal as a result of the tests, and is currently considering legal action against Harvard University.
Finally, according to our sources, Mayweather has also spent time listening to Celine Dion to test his patience.
Dion refused to comment.
This information is expected to change the way all athletes train.
The fight at MGM Grand Las Vegas will take place at around 20h00 local time.
The fight is set to generate an estimated $400 million.
Pacquiao has 57 wins and five defeats from 64 pro fights, while Mayweather is unbeaten after 47 fights.
It is expected to be the most watched event in the world, even surpassing Super Bowl XLVIII, as well as the premiere of Police Academy 6 in 1989.
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