Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. continue to take shots at each other on social media.
Following Pacquiao's remarkable win over Keith Thurman last weekend, Mayweather took to his Instagram account to, in a way, discredit Pacquiao's legacy by saying that it was built off of his name.
Pacquiao responded with a tweet, calling Mayweather out about being ringside for the Thurman fight and then challenging the undefeated, retired boxing icon to a rematch.
Mayweather then answered back with another lengthy rant, saying that he's still the top dog over at PBC, and even dragged Tenshin Nasukawa's name into the discussion.
Of course, Pacquiao needed to respond, this time on his Instagram account.
"Excuse me Floyd, your name has not been on any of my PBC contracts," Pacquiao, who has been with PBC for his last two fights, said.
Pacquiao went on to issue another indirect challenge for a rematch.
"But if you would like to be on the next one, I will have one drawn up and sent to you."
Will "Money" Mayweather finally bite this time around?