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Boxing's latest "Fight of the Century" – between two fighters reckoned the best pound-for-pound of their generation – has been more than five years in the making.But as fight week swung into high gear, tensions between the camps were evident as Filipino icon Pacquiao and unbeaten American Mayweather made public bows at separate venues.Pacquiao instead greeted fans down the street at Mandalay Bay. The several hundred who attended his rally were far outnumbered by the thousands who turned out for Mayweather at the venue that will host the fight.36-year-old Pacquiao told reporters he is reveling in his underdog status as he spoke excitedly about the prospect of finally stepping into the ring to face Mayweather."It's just work," Mayweather said, and he's confident he'll get the job done.After a solid training camp, he doesn't believe Pacquiao, the winner of world titles in an unprecedented eight weight divisions who owns a record of 57-5 with two drawn, will be the first to put a blemish on his record.
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