Pacquiao and Seagal talked about the possibility of doing a movie or concert together.
“We had a great time together. The time just flew by,” said Pacquiao.
"We discussed the possibility of working together in movies and making joint concert appearances," he added.
Both men had plenty of common interests, both being accomplished fighters, actors, and musicians.
“We also discovered that we share a bond in Asian philosophy and philanthropy. I invited Steven to be with me at Jerry Jones’ Cowboys Stadium on March 13 when I defend my World Welterweight title against Joshua Clottey and he accepted,” Pacquiao added.
Seagal currently stars on A&E’s popular reality series “Steven Seagal Lawman.”
Meanwhile in Las Vegas, Floyd Mayweather Sr. says the world does not care about Pacquiao’s fight against Clottey. The Mayweather camp continues to blame the Filipino boxing champion for the failed Mayweather Jr. – Pacquiao Dream Match.
“Who wouldn’t fight for that kind of money? I think it was $40 million, something like that. They will both get that kind of money. I think that he’s scared,” said Mayweather Sr.The Mayweather camp however said they are still open to the possibility of fighting Pacquiao in the future.