What was your point? Wasn't it that what happened vs Chop Chop would make you think that Pac would have annihilated him? But then we saw what happened in 2015, when a limited Pac couldn't do anything but get completely outboxed in route to a boring wide UD for Mayweather. At least Canelo vs Floyd was more exciting but the same principle applies, that was a limited version of Canelo, even compared to Canelo from before and after he fought Floyd. The version of Canelo who fought Trout or Lara would have done much better against Floyd, as Canelo didn't have to deal with the kind of distractions vs those guys that come with fighting Floyd. Not just the catchweight but also the De La Hoya drama. Canelo did the best he could against Floyd but he was a distracted fighter who couldn't prepare normally. The point is that you can't base what would happen based on results over limited or unhealthy versions of fighters. Better versions of Pac and Canelo would be favorites against Mayweather. The stars had to align perfectly for Floyd to ensure he had the kind of advantages he needed to get wins over them.