Mayweather says no rematch with Pacquiao

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, April 2) — Retired boxer Floyd Mayweather has quashed hopes for a rematch between him and Manny Pacquiao.

Mayweather still remains unwilling to come out of retirement despite public clamor for a rematch between him and Pacquiao.

"You don't have to bank on a second time. I got the job done right the first time. [I] always get it done right. Fifty times I went out there, I got the job done right," Mayweather told CNN Philippines.

The possibility of a rematch between Mayweather and Pacquiao was first floated in September, when both of them posted videos on Instagram of their meeting in Japan where the American boxer challenged the boxer-turned-senator to another bout in December.

However, December came and the two never met back in the ring after their 2015 matchup, where Pacquiao was defeated and Mayweather's record remained spotless at 50-0.

Pacquiao reiterated the challenge for a rematch in January, but Mayweather's promotions company said he had no interest in fighting Pacquiao again.

Their first and only bout was billed as the "Fight of the Century," where tickets were on sale for as much as $350,000 with American fans charged almost $100 to watch the match live on TV.

CNN Philippines Correspondent Paui Versoza contributed to this report.