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Boxer Floyd Mayweather defended himself against accusations that he’s ducking Manny Pacquiao in an interview with controversial radio personality Rude Jude.

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Mayweather appeared  flustered as Jude accused him of being sensitive, using the race card to defend himself and minimizing his victories compared to the great Muhammad Ali.

“Why are you so sensitive?” Jude asked. “You’re not allowed to be sensitive and duck fights.”“We know you’re racial profiling,”

Mayweather said angrily. “The black man always get it the hardest way. We always going to get to the top. We always going to rise to the occasion.” Mayweather also went on to call him a gay slur.

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