Filipino powerhouse Manny Pacquiao is not giving up on a rematch with retired boxer Floyd Mayweather.

The 37-year-old Filipino star says he feel like a kid and would relish another opportunity to compete with the highly rated Mayweather who defeated him some months ago in boxing's most expensive fight in history.

Pacquiao who retired after his last fight with Mayweather ended his brief retirement earlier this month with a win against Jessie Vargas claims he is in great shape to avenge his defeat to Mayweather in a match that was tagged boxing’s richest. Pacquiao told reporters: "I feel young, I feel like I'm just 25 or that I'm just 28 years old,” When asked if he would relish a rematch with Mayweather he said: "Of course if he wants to come back to boxing."
Pacquiao fueled the news of a rematch between the two legends when he invited the unbeaten Mayweather to celebrate his successful comeback after defeating Vargas on November 5. To further fuel the rumors, Pacquiao teased his fans by uploading a picture of himself wearing a suit engraved with pictures of him and Mayweather in training kits.

Sources close to Mayweather also states that the retired boxer may be thinking of a sensational comeback from retirement with the Las Vegas-based fighter understood to have begun intense training in his gym. However, 39-year-old Mayweather who said he has no plans of coming back from retirement immediately squashed any rumors of a rematch.

Nonetheless, a rematch between these two superstars would not be anything a boxing lover would want to miss. If the first match was entertaining and fierce, then the second promises to be better. For now, all we hear about a rematch between this two is nothing but rumors and speculations.