Good Morning: Floyd Mayweather Says He’ll Never Fight Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather says Manny Pacquiao had his chance at a big fight but blew it. 

He's not going to get a chance to fight me. I was feeling that way weeks ago. Now, I'm feeling like I wouldn't even give him a chance. He had a chance, he blew it, so that's what it is."


Usain Bolt won yet another gold at the World Championships in Russia, as Jamaica cleaned up during the 4×100 relay. The US finished second after the French runners were disqualified. 


The Philadelphia Phillies put an end to the Dodgers' 10-game winning streak


Adam Eaton hit a bloop double in the 16th inning to give Arizona a 4-2 victory over the surging Pittsburgh Pirates. Manager Kirk Gibson then ripped Ryan Braun for lying about his PED use, as his performance in the 2011 NLDS knocked Arizona out of the playoffs. 


Mike Trout left the Angel's game early with a tight hamstring.


Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frasier says Adrian Peterson will play next Sunday. 


Arian Foster has yet to practice with the Texans this year, and is now battling back soreness. 


Ricky Williams spoke about Johnny Manziel, saying the media wouldn't have been surprised if they took a look at his background. 


A restaurant in South Carolina was hit with a cease and desist for selling Tajh Boyd quesadillas, as well as a Jadeveon Clowney turkey wrap and a Sammy Watkins reuben.


According to the NCAA, joining the Marine Corps is a violation.


Alex Rodriguez declared war on the New York Yankees over his health issues. Then, he hit a homer and got plunked to wild applause during the Yankees 9-6 win over the Red Sox.


Paul Pierce put his faith in Rajon Rondo to carry on Boston's tough tradition. Pierce also attended a Nets-only workout organized by Deron Williams in California.


Raymond Felton hit back at the BK Nets, saying they "will never take over New York."


Bernadine Roundfield recalls her husband, and former Atlanta Hawks basketball player, Dan Roundfield's ultimate sacrifice which saved her life. 


The Butler topped the box office, though the comparisons to Forrest Gump were wholly unnecessary.


Samuel L. Jackson has a clause in his contract that allows him to play golf at least twice per week while filming movies.


Young Guru put out a new track called "Put It Together."


A$AP Ferg shows a different side on his latest with Danny Brown, which will not appear on his upcoming mixtape, Trap Lord.


A brawl over soup turned into a riot at a juvenile prison in Florida that led to the inmates taking over the asylum.


A petition to remove the creep currently occupying the Mayor's office in San Diego is gaining traction.


Bauuer says he hasn't made any money from "Harlem Shake."


The effect of obesity on the death rate has been seriously underestimated, according to health officials who now state obesity causes up to 18 percent of deaths amongst US males.


The partner of Glenn Greenwald, who broke the Edward Snowden NSA story, was detained for nine hours, denied a lawyer and had several possessions taken from him by British authorities. 

The stated purpose of this law, as the name suggests, is to question people about terrorism. The detention power, claims the UK government, is used "to determine whether that person is or has been involved in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism."

But they obviously had zero suspicion that David was associated with a terrorist organization or involved in any terrorist plot. Instead, they spent their time interrogating him about the NSA reporting which Laura Poitras, the Guardian and I are doing, as well the content of the electronic products he was carrying. They completely abused their own terrorism law for reasons having nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism: a potent reminder of how often governments lie when they claim that they need powers to stop "the terrorists", and how dangerous it is to vest unchecked power with political officials in its name.

Worse, they kept David detained right up until the last minute: for the full 9 hours, something they very rarely do. Only at the last minute did they finally release him. We spent all day – as every hour passed – worried that he would be arrested and charged under a terrorism statute. This was obviously designed to send a message of intimidation to those of us working journalistically on reporting on the NSA and its British counterpart, the GCHQ.

Before letting him go, they seized numerous possessions of his, including his laptop, his cellphone, various video game consoles, DVDs, USB sticks, and other materials. They did not say when they would return any of it, or if they would.




Lupe Fiasco dropped another response to Kendrick Lamar on "SLR 3."