On Wednesday, ESPN's "First Take" debated Floyd Mayweather's statements on his legacy. Mayweather, in reponse to a question about Manny Pacquiao's loss to Juan Manuel Marquez, which makes a Mayweather-Pacquiao fight less likely, said his legacy is defined by what he does, not by what anyone else does. Stephen A. Smith says Mayweather is absolutely right, especially considering he is still undefeated as a boxer. Skip Bayless disagrees, saying Mayweather's legacy is diminished by not being able to fight Pacquiao at the height of his powers as a boxer. What's your take?