Manny Pacquiao Sued By Fans for Not Disclosing Injury

Two Las Vegas residents filed a lawsuit against Manny Pacquiao for not disclosing his shoulder injury before his fight against Floyd Mayweather.

The class-lawsuit was filed on Tuesday and they are seeking more than $5 million from Pacman.

The suit claims that Pacquiao and his manager Michael Koncz, his promotional company Top Rank, its chairman Bob Arum and its president Todd duBoef, admitted that they knew of his shoulder injury after the fight, but failed to disclose it to the Nevada Athletic Commission as required by law. They also kept it a secret from fans who bought tickets to the fight, purchased the fight on pay-per-view and bet on the fight.

Pacquiao will undergo surgery to repair a rotator cuff tear and may take 9 months to recover. Meanwhile, Mayweather said he would be willing to fight Pacquiao again once the Filipino recovers from surgery.