Manny 'Pac-Man' Pacquiao is hoping to secure another shot at beating Floyd Mayweather, as he searches for an opponent for his final fight.
The 36-year-old lost the so-called "fight of the century" to Mayweather in May, and has not entered the ring since, having undergone surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder.
On Monday, Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum confirmed that 'Pac-Man' would be retiring from boxing after his next fight, scheduled for April 9th.
The likes of Britain's Amir Khan and Terence Crawford have been suggested as possible opponents, although nothing has been confirmed, and Manny seems hopeful that negotiations with Mayweather will be successful.
"I don't know yet who's my opponent next but we're still negotiating right now about the rematch with Floyd Mayweather so hoping for that," announced Pacquiao via his official Facebook page.
Mayweather retired from boxing after his fight against Andre Berto in September, and Mayweather Promotions chief executive Leonard Ellerbe assured fans via Twitter that the 38-year-old would not be returning to the ring.
Mayweather's final victory took his unbeaten record to 49-0, a record equal to that of the legendary heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano.