"I'll give Ortiz a rematch but first he got to get passed Andre Berto," stated undefeated pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather in response to Victor Ortiz, his promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, and his manager, Rolando Arellano, who held a conference call yesterdays to state their case for a rematch after Ortiz was knocked out in the 4th round of their September 17 showdown. According to Ortiz, he believes he deserves a rematch because Mayweather took advantage of a golden opportunity to land a left hook, right hand combination that floored the former WBC welterweight champion as he unwisely kept his guard down when referee Joe Cortez instructed both fighters to resume fighting after Ortiz was deducted a point for an intentional headbutt. Naturally, Mayweather sees it differently, particularly since he was outlanding Ortiz at a 4-1 rate and won virtually every round on all three judges scorecards up until the knockout.

On his official Twitter page, Mayweather pondered the real reason why Ortiz was asking for a rematch, asking, "Does Victoria Ortiz want another rematch because he thinks he can win or does he want another payday?" He then went on to take shots at both Ortiz and De La Hoya, no doubt in response to harsh comments they made about his honor and integrity during their conference call. A series :

Victoria Ortiz's new nickname is "Take 2 of these and call me in the morning"

Victoria Ortiz thought it was a head-butting contest. But that 2-piece gave him some act right.

Victoria Ortiz's idol is Oscar De La Hoya aka Golden Girl

Hey Victoria Ortiz, I have a new avatar that you should use