Leonard Ellerbe, CEO of Mayweather Promotions, has admitted that he does not see Floyd Mayweather Jr. settling for a rematch with Manny Pacquiao.
Despite the fighting generating $500 million in revenue, Ellerbe thinks that Mayweather does not need another pay day as he has earned more than enough money throughout his career.
It is estimated that Mayweather earned around $300 million while Pacquio took home about $150 million after their 'Fight of the Century' in May.
When queried about whether or not he would be open to organising a rematch between the American and the Filipino, Ellerbe explained as to why it is highly unlikely that a rematch would occur.
"Absolutely not," he said as quoted by Boxing Scene. "Well, in Floyd's case it's a little different because lots of fighters have come back mostly for the money. Floyd has generated hundreds of millions of dollars.
"He's set for generations. He's done everything that he possibly could [while] boxing these many years and it's just time to ride off into the sunset."
It is reported that Pacquiao is close to agreeing a deal with British slugger Amir Khan as his next opponent, however, should the match take place, it will only be fought in 2016.
Meanwhile, Mayweather will end his career against Andre Berto on the 12th of September as he looks to equal Rocky Marciano's record of 49-0.