Manny Pacquiao, who defeated Joshua Clottey at Cowboys Stadium in March, will return to the ring in November and is again considering Cowboys Stadium as the site, his aide told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Michael Koncz, Pacquiao's chief financial adviser, said that two dates -- Nov. 6 and Nov. 13 -- have been set aside for the fight at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys are on the road on Nov. 7 and Nov. 14.
Koncz said that no opponent has been selected yet, amid speculation it could be Floyd Mayweather Jr. or Antonio Margarito. Koncz said Pacquiao could also fight whoever wins the June 4 bout between Yuri Foreman and Miguel Cotto, whom Pacquiao defeated in November.
"There is no named opponent yet, but that is certainly when we will fight," said Koncz, who added that the "television date and the venue are the two most important things" in setting up a fight, even before an opponent is identified.