Manny Pacquiao - Last Fight, Fighter Bio, Stats & News (2022)

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Last Fight Loss vs Yordenis Ugas Manny Pacquiao Videos Loss vs YordenisUgas 27-5-0 Win vs KeithThurman 30-1-0 Win vs AdrienBroner 34-4-1 Win vs AdrienBroner 34-4-1 WIN vs Lucas MartinMatthysse 39-5-0 Loss vs JeffHorn 16-0-1 Win vs TimothyBradley Jr 33-1-1 LOSS vs FloydMayweather Jr 47-0-0 Win vs ChrisAlgieri 24-3-0 WIN vs TimothyBradley Jr 31-0-0 Win vs BrandonRios 35-5-1 Loss vs Juan ManuelMarquez 54-6-1 LOSS vs TimothyBradley Jr 28-0-0 Win vs Juan ManuelMarquez 53-5-1 Win vs ShaneMosley 46-6-1 Win vs AntonioMargarito 38-6-0 Win vs JoshuaClottey 35-3-0 Win vs MiguelCotto 34-1-0 Win vs RickyHatton 45-1-0 WIN vs Oscar De LaHoya 39-5-0 Win vs DavidDiaz 34-1-1 Win vs Juan ManuelMarquez 48-3-1 Win vs Marco AntonioBarrera 63-5-0 Win vs JorgeSolis 34-0-2 Win vs ErikMorales 48-4-0 Win vs OscarLarios 56-4-1 Win vs ErikMorales 48-3-0 Win vs HectorVelazquez 42-10-2 LOSS vs ErikMorales 47-2-0 Win vs NarongritPirang 44-7-1 Draw vs Juan ManuelMarquez 42-2-0 Win vs Marco AntonioBarrera 57-3-0 Win vs EmmanuelLucero 21-0-1 Win vs SerikzhanYeshmagambetov 17-5-1 Win vs PrayatSawaingam 37-2-0 Win vs Jorge EliecerJulio 44-3-0 Draw vs AgapitoSanchez 31-9-2 Win vs LehloLedwaba 33-1-1 Win vs FoijanPrawet 40-3-0 Win vs TetsutoraSenrima 19-4-3 Win vs NedalHussein 19-0-0 Win vs Seung-KonChae 23-0-0 Win vs ArnelBarotillo 22-9-3 Win vs ReynanteJamili 41-5-0 Loss vs BoonsaiSangsurat 18-0-0 Win vs GabrielMira 19-7-1 Win vs ToddMakelim 7-4-0 WIN vs ChatchaiSasakul 32-1-1 Win vs ShinTerao 10-2-1 Win vs NarongDatchthuyawat 7-4-0 Win vs MelvinMagramo 22-13-2 Win vs ChokchaiChockvivat 34-2-0 Win vs ArielAustria 10-5-3 Win vs Wook KiLee 0-4-1 Win vs MikeLuna 20-7-4 Win vs Sung-YulLee 0-2-0 Win vs IppoGala 1-11-1 Win vs BertBatiller 10-1-2 Win vs JohnMedina 30-30-5 Win vs MarlonCarillo 21-7-3 Loss vs RusticoTorrecampo 11-4-5 Win vs LitoTorrejos 5-7-1 Win vs RolandoToyogon 12-11-2 Win vs RudolfoFernandez 8-9-5 Win vs RenatoMendones 3-3-0 Win vs LolitoLaroa 4-7-2 Win vs ArmanRocil 8-19-4 Win vs AcasioSimbajon 4-1-1 Win vs DeleDesierto 4-0-0 Win vs RockyPalma 4-0-1 Win vs PinoyMontejo 2-4-0 Win vs Edmund EntingIgnacio 1-1-0 Weight 147 lbs (66.82 kg) Height 5'5½" (1.66 m) Reach 67" (170 cm) Born Age Country Born in Trains in Stance Rounds Boxed KO Percentage Boxing Hero Manny Pacquiao Bio A STAR IS BORN BECOMING A CHAMPION A RUN FOR THE AGES RETIRING A LEGEND A MEMORABLE KO BRING ON THE WELTERS BOUNCING BACK YET AGAIN THE KING RETURNS Saying Goodbye to a Legend Related content Videos

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“Pac Man”

62 - 8 - 2

39

Weight 147 lbs (66.82 kg)

Age 43

Home General Santos City, Cotabato del Sur, PHI

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Boxing's only eight-division world champion, Manny Pacquiao aims to make the biggest fights possible to entertain his large fan base as he continues his Hall of Fame career. Read Bio

Last Fight

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Loss vs Yordenis Ugas

Aug 21, 2021 / T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

Manny Pacquiao LOSES to Yordenis Ugas by UD in Round 12 of 12

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Manny Pacquiao Videos

No Pain, No Gain! Manny Pacquiao Works on His Pain Tolerance Ahead of Ugas Clash click here to get video transcript
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Manny Pacquiao News

Sep 29, 2021 / Manny Pacquiao

Boxing's only eight-division champion and sure-fire future Hall of Famer announced his retirement on Tuesday during a video he posted on social media.

Aug 22, 2021 / Pacquiao vs Ugas, Manny Pacquiao, Yordenis Ugas, Robert Guerrero, Victor Ortiz, Julio Ceja, Mark Magsayo, Carlos Castro, Oscar Escandon, Frank Martin

The smooth-boxing Cuban outboxes and out-brawls one of boxing's icons to retain his world welterweight title Saturday night on pay-per-view.

Jul 21, 2019 / Pacquiao vs Thurman, Manny Pacquiao, Keith Thurman, Yordenis Ugas, Omar Figueroa Jr., Sergey Lipinets, Luis Nery, Juan Carlos Payano

Boxing's only eight-division champion is back on top, claiming the WBA Super World Welterweight title in a furious Fight of the Year candidate on PBC on FOX Sports PPV.

Manny Pacquiao Fights

Loss vs YordenisUgas 27-5-0

Aug 21, 2021 T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

MannyPacquiao LOSES to YordenisUgas by UD in Round 12 of 12

Fight Highlights

Win vs KeithThurman 30-1-0

Jul 20, 2019 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

MannyPacquiao WINS against KeithThurman by in Round 12 of 12

Fight Highlights

Win vs AdrienBroner 34-4-1

Jan 19, 2019 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Neveda

Manny Pacquiao WINS against AdrienBroner by UD in Round 12 of 12

Fight Highlights

Win vs AdrienBroner 34-4-1

Jan 19, 2019 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against AdrienBroner by UD in Round 12 of 12

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WIN vs Lucas MartinMatthysse 39-5-0

Jul 15, 2018 Axiata Arena, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Lucas MartinMatthysse LOSES to MannyPacquiao by TKO in Round 7 of 12

Loss vs JeffHorn 16-0-1

Jul 02, 2017 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

MannyPacquiao LOSES to JeffHorn by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs TimothyBradley Jr 33-1-1

Apr 09, 2016 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against TimothyBradley Jr by UD in Round 12 of 12

LOSS vs FloydMayweather Jr 47-0-0

May 02, 2015 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

FloydMayweather Jr WINS against MannyPacquiao by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs ChrisAlgieri 24-3-0

Nov 23, 2014 Cotai Arena, Venetian Resort, Macao, Macao S.A.R., China

MannyPacquiao WINS against ChrisAlgieri by UD in Round 12 of 12

WIN vs TimothyBradley Jr 31-0-0

Apr 12, 2014 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

TimothyBradley Jr LOSES to MannyPacquiao by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs BrandonRios 35-5-1

Nov 24, 2013 Cotai Arena, Venetian Resort, Macao, Macao S.A.R., China

MannyPacquiao WINS against BrandonRios by UD in Round 12 of 12

Loss vs Juan ManuelMarquez 54-6-1

Dec 08, 2012 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao LOSES to Juan ManuelMarquez by KO in Round 6 of 12

LOSS vs TimothyBradley Jr 28-0-0

Jun 09, 2012 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

TimothyBradley Jr WINS against MannyPacquiao by SD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs Juan ManuelMarquez 53-5-1

Nov 12, 2011 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against Juan ManuelMarquez by MD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs ShaneMosley 46-6-1

May 07, 2011 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against ShaneMosley by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs AntonioMargarito 38-6-0

Nov 13, 2010 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against AntonioMargarito by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs JoshuaClottey 35-3-0

Mar 13, 2010 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against JoshuaClottey by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs MiguelCotto 34-1-0

Nov 14, 2009 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against MiguelCotto by TKO in Round 12 of 12

Win vs RickyHatton 45-1-0

May 02, 2009 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against RickyHatton by KO in Round 2 of 12

WIN vs Oscar De LaHoya 39-5-0

Dec 06, 2008 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Oscar De LaHoya LOSES to MannyPacquiao by RTD in Round 8 of 12

Win vs DavidDiaz 34-1-1

Jun 28, 2008 Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against DavidDiaz by TKO in Round 9 of 12

Win vs Juan ManuelMarquez 48-3-1

Mar 15, 2008 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against Juan ManuelMarquez by SD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs Marco AntonioBarrera 63-5-0

Oct 06, 2007 Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against Marco AntonioBarrera by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs JorgeSolis 34-0-2

Apr 14, 2007 Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against JorgeSolis by KO in Round 8 of 12

Win vs ErikMorales 48-4-0

Nov 18, 2006 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against ErikMorales by KO in Round 3 of 12

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Win vs OscarLarios 56-4-1

Jul 02, 2006 Araneta Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against OscarLarios by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs ErikMorales 48-3-0

Jan 21, 2006 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against ErikMorales by TKO in Round 10 of 12

Win vs HectorVelazquez 42-10-2

Sep 10, 2005 Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against HectorVelazquez by TKO in Round 6 of 12

LOSS vs ErikMorales 47-2-0

Mar 19, 2005 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

ErikMorales WINS against MannyPacquiao by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs NarongritPirang 44-7-1

Dec 11, 2004 MC Home Depot Open Air Arena, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against NarongritPirang by TKO in Round 4 of 12

Draw vs Juan ManuelMarquez 42-2-0

May 08, 2004 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao DRAWS with Juan ManuelMarquez by SD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs Marco AntonioBarrera 57-3-0

Nov 15, 2003 Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against Marco AntonioBarrera by TKO in Round 11 of 12

Win vs EmmanuelLucero 21-0-1

Jul 26, 2003 Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against EmmanuelLucero by TKO in Round 3 of 12

Win vs SerikzhanYeshmagambetov 17-5-1

Mar 15, 2003 Luna Park Quirino Grandstand, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against SerikzhanYeshmagambetov by TKO in Round 5 of 10

Win vs PrayatSawaingam 37-2-0

Oct 26, 2002 Rizal Memorial Colleges (RMC) Gym, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against PrayatSawaingam by TKO in Round 1 of 12

Win vs Jorge EliecerJulio 44-3-0

Jun 08, 2002 The Pyramid, Memphis, Tennessee, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against Jorge EliecerJulio by TKO in Round 2 of 12

Draw vs AgapitoSanchez 31-9-2

Nov 10, 2001 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, USA

AgapitoSanchez DRAWS with MannyPacquiao by TD in Round 6 of 12

Win vs LehloLedwaba 33-1-1

Jun 23, 2001 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

MannyPacquiao WINS against LehloLedwaba by TKO in Round 6 of 12

Win vs FoijanPrawet 40-3-0

Apr 28, 2001 Kidapawan City, Cotabato (del Norte), Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against FoijanPrawet by KO in Round 6 of 12

Win vs TetsutoraSenrima 19-4-3

Feb 24, 2001 Ynares Sports Center, Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against TetsutoraSenrima by TKO in Round 5 of 12

Win vs NedalHussein 19-0-0

Oct 14, 2000 Ynares Sports Center, Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against NedalHussein by TKO in Round 10 of 12

Win vs Seung-KonChae 23-0-0

Jun 28, 2000 Araneta Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against Seung-KonChae by TKO in Round 1 of 12

Win vs ArnelBarotillo 22-9-3

Mar 04, 2000 Ninoy Aquino Stadium, District of Malate, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against ArnelBarotillo by TKO in Round 4 of 12

Win vs ReynanteJamili 41-5-0

Dec 18, 1999 Elorde Sports Center, Paranaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against ReynanteJamili by TKO in Round 2 of 12

Loss vs BoonsaiSangsurat 18-0-0

Sep 17, 1999 Pakpanag Metropolian Stadium, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

MannyPacquiao LOSES to BoonsaiSangsurat by TKO in Round 3 of 12

Win vs GabrielMira 19-7-1

Apr 24, 1999 Araneta Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against GabrielMira by TKO in Round 4 of 12

Win vs ToddMakelim 7-4-0

Feb 20, 1999 Provincial Sports Complex, Kidapawan City, Cotabato (del Norte), Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against ToddMakelim by TKO in Round 3 of 10

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WIN vs ChatchaiSasakul 32-1-1

Dec 04, 1998 Tonsuk College Ground, Phuttamonthon, Thailand

ChatchaiSasakul LOSES to MannyPacquiao by KO in Round 8 of 12

Win vs ShinTerao 10-2-1

May 18, 1998 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan

MannyPacquiao WINS against ShinTerao by KO in Round 1 of 10

Win vs NarongDatchthuyawat 7-4-0

Dec 06, 1997 South Cotabato Stadium, Koronadal City, Cotabato del Sur, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against NarongDatchthuyawat by KO in Round 1 of 12

Win vs MelvinMagramo 22-13-2

Sep 14, 1997 Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against MelvinMagramo by UD in Round 10 of 10

Win vs ChokchaiChockvivat 34-2-0

Jun 26, 1997 Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against ChokchaiChockvivat by KO in Round 5 of 12

Win vs ArielAustria 10-5-3

May 30, 1997 Almendras Gym, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against ArielAustria by TKO in Round 6 of 10

Win vs Wook KiLee 0-4-1

Apr 24, 1997 Ritsy's, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against Wook KiLee by KO in Round 1 of 10

Win vs MikeLuna 20-7-4

Mar 08, 1997 Barangay Sucat, Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against MikeLuna by KO in Round 1 of 10

Win vs Sung-YulLee 0-2-0

Dec 28, 1996 Barangay Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against Sung-YulLee by TKO in Round 2 of 10

Win vs IppoGala 1-11-1

Jul 27, 1996 Mandaluyong City Sports Complex, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against IppoGala by TKO in Round 2 of 10

Win vs BertBatiller 10-1-2

Jun 15, 1996 General Santos City, Cotabato del Sur, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against BertBatiller by TKO in Round 4 of 10

Win vs JohnMedina 30-30-5

May 20, 1996 Malabon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against JohnMedina by TKO in Round 4 of 10

Win vs MarlonCarillo 21-7-3

Apr 27, 1996 Manila Midtown Ramada Hotel - Malate, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against MarlonCarillo by UD in Round 10 of 10

Loss vs RusticoTorrecampo 11-4-5

Feb 09, 1996 Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao LOSES to RusticoTorrecampo by KO in Round 3 of 10

Win vs LitoTorrejos 5-7-1

Jan 13, 1996 Covered Court, Barangay Cupang, Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against LitoTorrejos by TD in Round 5 of 10

Win vs RolandoToyogon 12-11-2

Dec 09, 1995 Padre Paredes Basketball Court, Sampaloc District, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against RolandoToyogon by UD in Round 10 of 10

Win vs RudolfoFernandez 8-9-5

Nov 11, 1995 Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against RudolfoFernandez by TKO in Round 3 of 10

Win vs RenatoMendones 3-3-0

Oct 21, 1995 Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against RenatoMendones by TKO in Round 2 of 8

Win vs LolitoLaroa 4-7-2

Oct 07, 1995 Washington, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against LolitoLaroa by UD in Round 8 of 8

Win vs ArmanRocil 8-19-4

Sep 16, 1995 Mandaluyong Sports Center, Mandaluyong Gym, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against ArmanRocil by KO in Round 3 of 8

Win vs AcasioSimbajon 4-1-1

Aug 03, 1995 Mandaluyong Gym, Mandaluyong Sports Center, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against AcasioSimbajon by UD in Round 6 of 6

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Win vs DeleDesierto 4-0-0

Jul 01, 1995 Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against DeleDesierto by TKO in Round 2 of 6

Win vs RockyPalma 4-0-1

May 01, 1995 Imus, Cavite, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against RockyPalma by UD in Round 6 of 6

Win vs PinoyMontejo 2-4-0

Mar 18, 1995 Sablayan, Mindoro Occidental, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against PinoyMontejo by UD in Round 4 of 4

Win vs Edmund EntingIgnacio 1-1-0

Jan 22, 1995 Sablayan, Mindoro Occidental, Philippines

MannyPacquiao WINS against Edmund EntingIgnacio by UD in Round 4 of 4

Manny Pacquiao - Last Fight, Fighter Bio, Stats & News (19)

Manny Pacquiao “Pac Man”

  • WINS 62
  • LOSSES 8
  • DRAWS 2
  • KOs 39

Weight 147 lbs (66.82 kg)

Height 5'" (1.66 m)

Reach 67" (170 cm)

  • Born

    December 17, 1978
  • Age

    43
  • Country

    Philippines
  • Born in

    Kibawe, Bukidnon
  • Trains in

    General Santos City, Cotabato del Sur
  • Stance

    Southpaw
  • Rounds Boxed

    498
  • KO Percentage

    54.17%
  • Boxing Hero

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Manny Pacquiao Bio

Manny Pacquiao’s humble demeanor and unforgiving fists have transformed him into a boxing legend, international superstar and Philippines Senator. He's showing no signs of slowing down as he prepares to face WBA World Welterweight Champion Yordenis Ugas Saturday, August 21, on FOX Sports PPV.

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January 22, 1995 25 years ago today, I started my professional boxing career. I never imagined life would bring me to where I am now. I never dreamed of all the accomplishments my future would hold. Boxing changed my life forever. It lifted my family and I out of poverty, brought me places I never dreamed I would be, and provided me the opportunities to help others along the way. However, I would not be where I am today if it were not for my family, who always stood beside me through the ups and downs; my coaches and team, who worked tirelessly to get us where we needed to be; my countrymen, who encouraged me and allowed me the privilege to represent our beloved country - the Philippines; and to all my fans around the world, who continually cheered me on and supported me. Manny Pac-Man Pacquiao has made it this far because of you, so I dedicate this day to all of you that have been there for me these past 25 years. Thank you all so much and may God bless!

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A STAR IS BORN

Born Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao on December 17, 1978 in General Santos City, Philippines to Rosalio and Dionesia Dapidran-Pacquiao, a 14-year-old Pacquiao left his family on a ship to Manila. There, the youth survived on the streets for a short time before turning to boxing. He posted a 60-4 amateur record as a member of the Philippines’ National Team.

A 16-year-old Pacquiao made his professional debut on January 22, 1995 at 106-pounds with a four-round unanimous decision over Edmund Enting Ignacio. Pacquiao won his next 10 bouts, including four by stoppage, to improve 11-0. In February 1996, Pacquiao lost for the first time, a third-round TKO loss to Rustico Torrecampo in a 112-pound bout.

BECOMING A CHAMPION

Pacquiao rose to 24-1 (15 KOs) on December 4, 1998, earning his first world title with an eighth-round stoppage that dethroned Thailand’s Chatchai Sasakul as WBC flyweight (112-pounds) champion. Pacquiao also achieved his first of five lineal crowns.

After two defenses, both knockout wins, Pacquiao lost the crown at the scales in advance of a third-round TKO loss to undefeated Boonsai Singurat in September 1999.

Pacquiao (33-2, 24 KOs) earned his second world championship on June 23, 2001, a sixth-round TKO of incumbent Lehlo Ledwaba to win the IBF junior featherweight (122-pounds) title.

Pacquiao then went 6-0-2, all wins by knockout, in his next eight fights. The run included four title defenses and a six-round technical draw with Agapito Sanchez in November 2001 due to a cut over Pacquiao’s right eye.

Pacquiao scored a fifth-round TKO of Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov in a non-title, 126-pound (featherweight) bout in March 2003 and, in his final 122-pound defense, won via third-round TKO over previously unbeaten Emanuel Lucero in July 2003.

A RUN FOR THE AGES

In November 2003, Pacquiao scored an 11th-round knockout of Mexican lineal featherweight world champion Marco Antonio Barrera in San Antonio, Texas. In triumph, Pacquiao became a title winner in a third weight class – the first Filipino and Asian boxer to do so – and became a pound-for-pound entrant.

May 8, 2004, marked Pacquiao’s first of four fights against Juan Manuel Marquez, a Mexican legend and holder of the IBF/WBA featherweight championships. Marquez battled back from three first-round knockdowns to retain his belts via split draw at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Pacquiao resumed his knockout ways with a fourth-round TKO of Narongrit Pirang that December.

Pacquiao rose to junior lightweight (130-pounds) and went 7-1 (4 KOs) over his next eight fights. The run included going 2-1 against four-division champion Erik Morales of Mexico, split- and unanimous decisions over Marquez and Barrera, and an eighth-round TKO of previously unbeaten Mexican Jorge Solis.

In his junior lightweight debut on March 19, 2005, Pacquiao lost a unanimous decision to Morales at the MGM in Las Vegas. Pacquiao rebounded, however, with a sixth-round TKO of Hector Velazquez that September.

In his return bout against Morales on January 21, 2006, at The Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Pacquiao scored two knockdowns on the way to a 10th-round TKO victory and the first stoppage loss of Morales’ career.

Following a unanimous decision over Oscar Larios in July 2006, Pacquiao faced Morales a third and final time at the Thomas & Mack that November. This time, Pacquiao dominated Morales by third-round TKO. Pacquiao was named the 2006 “Fighter of The Year” by The Boxing Writers’ Association of America (BWAA).

RETIRING A LEGEND

After defeating Solis, Pacquiao won a wide decision over Barrera on October 7, 2007, setting up his rematch with Marquez on May 15, 2008, in Las Vegas. This time, Pacquiao dropped Marquez in the third round on the way to dethroning him as WBC junior lightweight champion by split decision.

In doing so, Pacquiao earned his fourth crown in as many divisions as well as and lineal crowns for the weight class. Pacquiao then vacated the championship for a one-fight appearance at lightweight (135-pounds).

Pacquiao was now 34-1 with 17 knockouts. On June 28, 2008, he dethroned WBC lightweight champion David Diaz by ninth-round TKO to win a world title in his fifth weight class.

On December 6, 2008, Pacquiao debuted as a welterweight (147-pounds) at the MGM Grand against six-division champion Oscar De La Hoya.

Despite weighing only 142 pounds compared to his rival’s 145, Pacquiao’s double-fisted power hammered De La Hoya into submission for a sensational eighth-round stoppage.

Pacquiao was once again named “Fighter of The Year” by the BWAA.

A former Olympic gold medalist who had won titles at 130, 135, 140, 147, 154 and 160, De La Hoya announced his retirement after falling to Pacquiao, who dropped back down to 140 for his next fight.

A MEMORABLE KO

On May 2, 2009, Pacquiao faced 140-pound lineal champion Ricky Hatton at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Pacquiao battered him en route to a highlight-reel, one-punch second-round knockout.

A former Olympic gold medalist who had won titles at 130, 135, 140, 147, 154 and 160, De La Hoya announced his retirement after falling to Pacquiao, who dropped back down to 140 for his next fight.

BRING ON THE WELTERS

Pacquiao continued his march toward greatness at the MGM Grand on November 14, 2009, scoring two knockdowns as he dethroned Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto to capture the WBO welterweight (147-pounds) title via 12th-round TKO.

The punishing victory over Cotto earned Pacquiao’s record seventh title in as many divisions.

Pacquiao repeated as “Fighter of The Year” in 2009 by the BWAA and was named “Fighter of The Decade” by them.

Pacquiao made one defense of his welterweight crown on March 13, 2010, posting a near shutout, unanimous decision over former champion Joshua Clottey in the first-ever boxing match at Dallas Cowboys’ Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

On November 13, 2010, Pacquiao returned to Cowboys Stadium and made history with a brutal beat-down and a unanimous decision over Mexican former titleholder Antonio Margarito for the WBC’s junior middleweight championship and a record eighth title in as many divisions.

The contract called for the heavy-handed Margarito to weigh no more than 150. Yet despite his out-weighing Pacquiao, 144.6-to-150 on the pre-fight scales, and rehydrating to 165 to Pacquiao’s 148 by fight time, Margarito left the ring bruised, bloodied and disfigured, with a broken orbital bone in a right eye that was nearly swollen shut.

BOUNCING BACK YET AGAIN

Pacquiao returned to the MGM for his third and fourth WBO 147-pound title defenses by unanimous and majority decision over two-division champion Shane Mosley (May 7, 2011) and Marquez (November 12, 2011).

Mosley rose from a third-round knockdown against Pacquiao, who won by scores of 119-108, 120-107, and, 120-108. Marquez lost yet another disputed thriller in a 144-pound catchweight bout, scores being, 114-114, on one card with the other two going for Pacquiao, 115-113 and 116-112.

Pacquiao suffered defeat during his next two trips to the MGM in 2012, first by split-decision to unbeaten American Timothy Bradley, who dethroned him as WBO welterweight titlist on June 9, and, second, via sixth round knockout against Marquez in their non-title final meeting on September 8.

Bradley won by disputed scores of 115-113 twice, with the same score going to Pacquiao on the third judges’ card. But Marquez dropped Pacquiao in the third round and rose from a fifth-round knockdown before knocking out his archrival in the sixth.

Pacquiao regained traction with a near shutout unanimous decision over former champion Brandon Rios in November 2013. He then regained his title with a unanimous decision over Bradley in April 2014. Pacquiao then defended his title via six-knockdown, unanimous decision over former titleholder Chris Algieri in November 2014.

In “The Fight of The Century” on May 2, 2015, at the MGM Grand, Floyd Mayweather Jr. put his WBA and WBC titles on the line against Pacquiao’s WBO crown.

Mayweather dominated the bout with a display of speed, guile and general wizardry, scarcely allowing a game Pacquiao to land effective blows on the way to a unanimous decision victory (116-112, twice, 118-110).

Pacquiao bounced back for consecutive unanimous decisions victories in April and November 2016 over Bradley and two-division title winner Jessie Vargas. “The Pac Man” scored a second-round knockdown against Vargas to regain the WBO crown, only to be dethroned on foreign soil by controversial unanimous decision against Australia's Jeff Horn in July 2017.

But on July 15, the 39-year-old Pacquiao became a champion a 10th time—third as a welterweight—with a three-knockdown, seventh-round TKO over WBA titlist Lucas Matthysse.In victory, Pacquiao restored himself as a force in a deep and talented 147-pound division.

THE KING RETURNS

On January 19, 2019, Pacquiao dominated four-division champion Adrien Broner, winning a wide unanimous decision at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas to retain his world title.

“I’m still here in this sport,” Pacquiao said afterward. “At the age of 40, I can still give my best.”

On July 20, 2019, Pacquiao showed the world, once again, why he is one of the greatest to ever don a pair of boxing gloves as he took on undefeated WBA Super World Welterweight Champion Keith “One Time” Thurman (29-0, 22 KOs) in a 147-pound super-fight. The bout headlined a Premier Boxing Champions on FOX PPV, live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

A sell-out crowd of 14,356 witnessed a historical night as Pacquiao turned in one of the finest performances of his career, dethroning Thurman by 12-round split decision in a Fight of the Year candidate.

One judge had it 114-113 for Thurman while the other two scored it 115-112 for Pacquiao. 1

The scorecards reflected the torrid back and forth action in the ring.

Pacquiao (62-7-2, 39 KOs) landed less (113), but his punches seemed to carry greater effect, evidenced by the left to the solar plexus followed by the straight right upstairs that dropped Thurman late in the opening round. It was the first knockdown of the champion’s career.

Thurman rose to his feet wearing a sheepish grin, but he wasn’t entirely out of trouble. Pacquiao’s blazing lefty hands and feet allowed him to land combinations, step to the side and land some more.

Thurman began finding his footing in the third, inching forward behind the jab and working Pacquiao’s body. He carried that momentum until midway through the fifth, when a hard Pacquiao right hook left Thurman’s nose bruised and bloody. Yet “One Time” continued to come forward, backing Pacquiao up in the sixth and landed several rights to the head.

By the end of the seventh, the momentum had completely shifted. Thurman was now in control, landing his right to the head and body with regularity. Pacquiao wasn’t flurrying as often. The partisan crowd began encouraging him, shouting “Manny! Manny! Manny!” during the ninth.

“Pac Man” came alive in the 10th, badly hurting Thurman with a left cross to the ribs. Pacquiao pounced, landing another left downstairs that bent Thurman over. The Senator from the Philippines sought to close the show but Thurman showed some savvy, fighting him off to make it out of the round and to the final bell.

"It was fun,” Pacquiao said afterward. “My opponent is a good fighter and boxer. He was strong.”

Saying Goodbye to a Legend

Already considered one of the greatest to ever do it, Pacquiao set out to prove that he stood alone as the Greatest of All TIme. The 42-year-old legend was originally slated to face undefeated, unified World Welterweight Champion Errol Spence Jr. on Saturday, August 21, 2021, at T-Mobile Arena, live on FOX Sports PPV. Spence, however, withdrew with an eye injury. WBA World Welterweight Champion Yordenis Ugas answered the call to take on Pacquiao.

However, Ugas was able to outbox Pacquiao over 12 rounds to win a unanimous decision and retain his world title. Pacquiao fought a determined fight but ultimately fell short.

Weeks later, the great Pacquiao would announce his retirement, drawing the curtain on his legendary boxing career which included 12 world titles over a record eight weight divisions.In 2019, Manny, at age 40, became the oldest man to win a welterweight title.He held at least one world title over the last four decades dating back to the '90s.

I'm very excited about this new chapter in my career.

Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KOs) has faced 24 past or present world champions; 17 fights against opponents that are or will likely be in the International Boxing Hall of Fame.. Date: June 23, 2001 Location: MGM Grand, Las Vegas At stake: Ledwaba’s IBF junior featherweight title Records at the time : Pacquiao 32-2, Ledwaba 33-1-1 Result: Pacquiao TKO 6 Significance: Ledwaba was the hot fighter going into this matchup, with some predicting stardom for the South African.. The odds against Pacquiao were so great that casinos in Las Vegas reportedly wouldn’t take bets on the fight.. Date : November 15, 2003 Location : Alamodome, San Antonio At stake : Ring Magazine featherweight title Records at the time: Pacquiao 37-2-1; Barrera 57-3 Result : Pacquiao TKO 11 Significance : When he agreed to face the young Filipino, Barrera was an established star on a roll, having beaten in succession Naseem Hamed, Enrique Sanchez, arch rival Erik Morales, Johnny Tapia and Kevin Kelley going in.. Pacquiao was simply too quick, battering the veteran from the opening bell and dropping him twice before Barrera’s corner stopped the fight in the eleventh to save him from further punishment.. The victory earned Pacquiao international status as one of the world’s best fighters and kicked off an epic series with Mexico’s big three of Barrera, Morales and Juan Manuel Marquez, which ended at 6-2-1 in Pacquiao’s favor.. Date: January 21, 2006 Location: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas At stake: No title Records at the time: Pacquiao 40-3-2; Morales 48-3 Result: Pacquiao TKO 10 Significance: Morales did what no one else could do between 1999 and 2012: Beat Pacquiao, winning a close decision in March 2005.. Date : December 6, 2008 Location : MGM Grand, Las Vegas At stake : No title Records at the time: Pacquiao 47-3-2; De La Hoya 39-5 Result : Pacquiao RTD 8 Significance : In retrospect, this was one of Pacquiao’s easiest fights during his peak years.. Date: May 2, 2009 Location: MGM Grand, Las Vegas At stake: Hatton’s Ring Magazine junior welterweight title Records at the time: Pacquiao 48-3-2; Hatton 45-1 Result: Pacquiao KO 2 Significance : The Hatton fight is the most awe-inspiring moment of Pacquiao’s career.

Elvis Rodriguez Fights. Elvis Rodriguez WINS against Juan Jose Velasco by KO in. Round 7 of 10. Elvis Rodriguez WINS against Juan Pablo Romero by KO in. Round 5 of 10. Elvis Rodriguez WINS against Cody Wilson by KO in. Round 3 of 6. Rodriguez was drawn to boxing as a child growing up in the city of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, even as he played the country’s popular sport of baseball.. “I remember that fight being on channel seven in the Dominican Republic.. The initial knockdown was from a left hand, and the last, a right jab followed by a straight left that flattened Wilson to his back.. “This fight was for my mother,” said Rodriguez of Wilson, who entered at 9-2 (6 KOs).. I learned that you can’t knock everyone out, to let my hands go and be more active.. I should have gone in trying to win and let the knockout come.”. “Pro boxing is so different from amateur boxing, and I have learned so much from Freddie Roach.. The division already knows who I am after having seen most of my fights.

The Senator of the Philippines is one of the greatest professional boxers in history.. And, he is the only one in boxing history to do so.. Moreover, he became the oldest (40 years) welterweight world champion in history last year.. His life journey from severe poverty to the summit of his political and boxing career.. Full Name Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao Birth Date December 17, 1978 Birth Place Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines Nickname PacMan Religion Roman Catholic Nationality Filipino Ethnicity Filipino Education Saavedra Saway Elementary School, General Santos City Notre Dame of Dadiangas University Educational Qualifications Business Degree Horoscope Sagittarius Father’s Name Rosalio Pacquiao Mother’s Name Dionesia Dapidran-Pacquiao Siblings Five Age 43 Years Old Height 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm) Weight 66 kg (145 lbs) Build Athletic Eye color Dark Brown Hair Color Black Profession Boxer Actor Recording Artist Entrepreneur Politician Active years 2009-2019 Political Party People’s Champ Movement Marital Status Married Wife/ Spouse’s Name Jinkee Pacquiao Children Three sons and two daughters Sons Emmanuel Jr. (Jimuel) Pacquiao Michael Stephen Pacquiao Israel Pacquiao Daughters Mary Divine Grace (Princess) Queen Elizabeth (Queenie) Net Worth $220 million Salary $20 million Social Media Facebook , Twitter , Instagram Merch Posters , Hoodie , Face Mask Last Update July, 2022 Manny was born in Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines.. Besides, he has been BWAA ’s, ESPN’s, and The Ring ’s Fighter of the Year three times each.. Manny Pacquiao showing his titles.. Moreover, Manny won the World Boxing Council ’s Boxer of the Decade 2010 s. Notably, World Boxing News’ lately awarded him the Fighter of the year 2019.. Manny Pacquiao’s net worth as of 2022 is $230 million.. Manny received $120 million for the contest.

World Boxing News recently celebrated the 50-0 achievements of Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now, WBN takes a look at how career rival Manny Pacquiao managed to lose seven times.. Turning to the paid ranks at the tender age of 16 years, one month and five days in 1995, Pacquiao gained experience fighting men from the word go.. Defeat Number 1 – Rustico Torrecampo It was 1996 and Manny (11-0, 4 KO’s at the time) took on the 24 year-old Torrecampo at flyweight.. Singsurat held an unblemished 18-0 record and was the same age as Manny, fighting for his first world title.. Pacquiao was again knocked out in the third round, losing his world title within a year of claiming it.. He’s fought 52 times since the Pacquaio victory, knocking out 37 opponents without ever returning to world-class.. And by this time was a two-weight world champion.. Pacquiao would avenge the defeat a year later by knocking out Morales in the tenth round of a pulsating contest at the Thomas and Mack Center.. Defeat 5 – Juan Manuel Marquez For my money, the loss to Bradley has an exacting effect of the Marquez fight.. Defeat 6 – Floyd Mayweather There will always be a sadness and looking back on this super-fight, knowing not only that the public were handed the contest years too late, but that Pacquiao stated he was injured during the bout.. In a similar manner to Bradley, Pacquiao dominated the fight only to be pickpocketed by the judges again.. It’s conceivable Pacquiao should only have five losses on his record.

Right now, it seems like Manny Pacquiao is playing boxing.. Most boxing fans chalked it up to a lucky shot and the fact that Marquez always gave Pacquiao a hard time in the boxing ring.. From 2013 to 2014, Pacquiao defeated Brandon Rios, Bradley and Chris Algieri in fights that were far from the barnburners that Pacquiao was known for.. Casual boxing fans weren’t concerned with Pacquiao’s solid yet unspectacular outings and let their imaginations run wild when the mega fight with Mayweather was announced.. Pacquiao lost, looked human and casual fans had to come to the realization that Manny Pacquiao the senator was far different than Manny Pacquiao the boxer.

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - NOVEMBER 18: Jamie Conlan and Jerwin Ancajas during their IBF... [+] Super-Flyweight World Championship title fight on the Frampton Reborn boxing bill at SSE Arena Belfast on November 11, 2017 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.. I've put together a short list of fighters who could be in a position to succeed Pacquiao as the new face of Filipino combat sports, and two of them aren't professional boxers.. Belfast , Ireland - 17 November 2017; Jerwin Ancajas weighs in ahead of his IBF World Super... [+] Flyweight Championship bout with Jamie Conlan on Saturday at the Clayton Hotel in Belfast.. (Photo By Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile via Getty Images). MACAU - AUGUST 13: Eduard Folayang of Philippines arrives to the ring for his fight against Adrian... [+] Pang of Australia for the lightweight bout as part of the One Championship Heroes of the World on August 13, 2016 in Macau, Macau.. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 10: Kevin Belingon lands a powerful strike on Kevin Chung during ONE... [+] Championship: Legends of the World at the Mall of Asia Arena on November 10, 2017 in Manila, Philippines.. Folayang is one of three Filipino world champions in ONE Championship.. At 32, Belingon is younger than Folayang, but he needs a second win over Fernandes to entrench himself in the Filipino MMA scene and to be further established as one of the truly elite in his promotion and across the entire MMA scene.. SINGAPORE - SEPTEMBER 29: Michael Dasmarinas of Philippines (R) fights Manyo Plange of Ghana in the... [+] bantamweight bout during the Roar of Singapore V - The Kings of Lion City Fight Night at Sands Expo & Convention Centre on September 29, 2018 in Singapore.. Dasmarinas hasn't had the same hoopla around his career as Ancajas or Tepora, because he hasn't faced the same level of competition.

Pacquiao, however, has also gobbled up his fair share of undefeated records throughout his career, the last of which was Keith Thurman's to win the WBA welterweight super champion belt.. It ended up being a unanimous decision for Pacquiao but Palma learned from the loss and still went on to have a respectable professional boxing career.. Late in the second round, Pacquiao cornered Dele Desierto and landed a right to the body.. Pacquiao weathered the early storm and then landed a short left uppercut that floored the challenger halfway into the first round.. After his second stoppage victory against the legendary Morales, Mexican fans were hoping that a young undefeated fighter would finally score one over Pacquiao, who was then the WBC international super featherweight champion.. No one could have ever predicted that he'd lose via knockout to Pacquiao two years after.. Pacquiao out-landed Bradley en route to a clear unanimous decision.. AP Photo/John Locher Among the formerly undefeated fighters to suffer their first loss against Pacquiao, only Bradley was able to win a world title after.

Yordenis Ugas used his size and boxing skills to convincingly defeat Manny Pacquiao in Vegas. Pacquiao made people laugh, then he made people sit on the edge of their seats when he became a whirlwind of electric punches.. Suddenly, the smile became forced when, on Saturday night, Pacquiao lost a unanimous decision to Yordenis Ugas in a WBA welterweight title fight in Las Vegas.. Image:Roach led Pacquiao throughout his glory years. That is a legacy that Mayweather's money cannot buy.. Thank you for the smiles, Manny.

First, Pacquiao was fighting at 122 pounds for the first time in his career.. Pacquiao dominated the fight and stopped Julio in the second round.. The fight was stopped before Pacquiao had a chance to land another punch.. Morales used his boxing skills to build an early lead in the fight, but Pacquiao came back with a vengeance and had stormed back to take the lead by the time the fight had reached the 10th round.. Morales got up by the count of eight, but Pacquiao sent him down to the canvas again, and the fight was immediately stopped in the 10th round.. But he never figured out a way to hurt Pacquiao, even though Clottey was fighting at 147 pounds and was the biggest fighter Pacquiao had gotten into the ring with at that point in his career.. The fight went 12 rounds, with one judge giving the edge to Pacquiao, one giving it to Marquez and the third calling it even.. Pacquiao did not have an easy time of it through the first seven rounds, but he had a small edge as the fight moved into the eighth.. Nearly four years after their first fight, Pacquiao and Marquez got back into the ring for the second time.. De La Hoya fought hard, but as the fight went along, Pacquiao took charge and dominated the fight with a series of blows.. In the end, Pacquiao won a majority decision, with one judge calling the fight even and the other two giving the edge to Pacquiao.. However, Pacquiao was able to stop the courageous Miguel Cotto in the 12th round of this fight.

Unable to win a decision in their first three fights, Marquez won the old-fashioned way with a huge right hand that put Pacquiao down for the second time in the fight at 2:59 of the sixth round.. "I knew Manny could knock me out at any time.". Pacquiao had been down in the third round but knocked Marquez down in the fifth and the two were exchanging heavy blows in the sixth round before Marquez threw a right hand that flattened Pacquiao face down on the canvas.. But after Pacquiao knocked him down in the fifth round and was landing big left hands, it looked like it would be Pacquiao's night.. Ringside punching stats underscored the ferocity of the bout, showing Pacquiao landing 94 of 256 punches to 52 of 246 for Marquez.. But it was the one big right hand from Marquez that counted more than anything, knocking Pacquiao out for the first time in a career that goes back 17 years.. "He just got a little too careless and got hit with a punch he didn't see.". The stunning knockout was the first real loss by Pacquiao in seven years.. He lost a close decision to Bradley in his last fight, but most ringside observers believed he had won it fairly convincingly.. Defeated presidential candidate Mitt Romney was a guest ringside Saturday night at the fourth fight between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez.

Father – Rosalio Pacquiao Mother – Dionesia Dapidran-Pacquiao Siblings – Liza Silvestre-Onding (Sister), and Domingo Silvestre (Brother) (From first husband of his mother), and Isidra Pacquiao-Paglinawan (Sister), Alberto “Bobby” Pacquiao (Brother) and Rogelio Pacquiao (Brother).. World welterweight boxing champion, Manny Pacquiao and wife Jinkee Pacquiao were spotted at the KCC Mall on May 15, 2010 in General Santos, Philippines Resemblance to Bruce Lee Short Height Chiseled Physique. Manny Pacquiao throws his short right hook at Floyd Mayweather Jr . during their welterweight unification championship bout on May 2, 2015 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada Manny Pacquiao’s exact shoe size is not known.. In the Philippines, Manny Pacquiao is also known as the founder of his political party People’s Champ Movement and a Representative of the Philippine House.. Manny Pacquiao started boxing at the age of 14 as an Amateur and made the Philippine National Amateur Boxing Team .. Manny Pacquiao during the welterweight unification championship bout on May 2, 2015 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada Manny Pacquiao has been the only eight-division world champion in boxing.. The boxer has founded the ‘Manny Pacquiao Foundation’ to help the people of the Philippines and other parts of the world who face problems like poverty and sickness.. The boxer has such a fame and popularity that the US top singers have dedicated songs to him which includes Kool A.D.’s song entitled “Manny Pacquiao” (51), Pitbull ‘s “Get it started,” A$AP Rocky ‘s “Phoenix,” Bad Meets Evil and Bruno Mars ‘s “Lighters,” Eminem and Skylar Grey ‘s “Asshole,” Future’s “Never Gon’ Lose,” Migos’ “Chinatown,” Nicki Minaj and Ciara ‘s “I’m Legit” and Rick Ross ‘s “High Definition.” During the esteemed 2000s, Manny Pacquiao was named as the Fighter of the Decade by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA), by World Boxing Council (WBC), and by World Boxing Organization (WBO).

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