Mayweather Sr: "He Ain't Got Nothing Left to Prove" Beats Pacquiao by Unanimous Decision

The stage is set up inside the ring for the post-fight news conference, but Floyd Mayweather Sr. is holding court near the ring apron - and he isn't holding back about his son's future.
The elder Mayweather said after the dominant unanimous-decision win over Manny Pacquiao, "He ain't got nothing left to prove."
The trainer is comfortable with his 38-year-old son's stated plan to retire in September after the final bout of his Showtime/CBS contract.
Mayweather continued, "He's fought pretty much all the guys that's around here. All the hard hitters. There's nothing left to do. My son needs to take this contract and end it. He's out of tough fights."