The True Hand Speed of Manny Pacquiao Revealed

Manny Pacquiao is the reigning pound-for-pound king in the boxing world. He dominates every match using his power pack punching coupled with his blazing blinding speed.

Over the years, he developed his style from a one left punch knockout artist who has very little defense to a devastating two-hand powerhouse puncher who evades his opponent’s punches timely as fast as his hand speed.

Manny Pacquiao is not a one-dimensional boxer anymore. Through the years of boxing experience, he developed his own style. As Oscar De La Hoya stated about Pacquiao, “His punches don’t come from your basic boxing style, they come from all sorts of weird angles. That’s what makes him difficult”. Oscar De La Hoya even listed Manny Pacquiao not only as one of the greatest fighters he has fought but the guy with the fastest hands.

Speed has been Manny Pacquiao’s deadliest weapon. As the famous quote states, “Speed Kills”. What more if you accompany that with power? In boxing, speed with power devastates. If you watched how Pacquiao knocked out Ricky Hatton, you’ll see his blazing hand speed. Charles Barkley was amazed at Pacquiao’s win, he even mentioned him again during one of his segments in an NBA show. Here’s a video clip showing Manny Pacquiao’s lightning hand speed during one of his shadow boxing sessions.

And here’s a video of what happened to his opponents after receiving his lightning quick, power packed punch.

Not convincing enough that Manny Pacquiao’s hand speed is fastest hands ever in boxing world? Then watch this shocking video!

Can you see how fast he is? Oh! You didn’t see his hands? That’s how blazing fast he is, you can’t even see his hands hitting his villains even on a slow motion video! Ahahahaha! Actually this is a teaser trailer video for the upcoming movie of Manny Pacquiao entitled “Wapakman”. According to recent news, Nicole Scherzinger of the Pussycat Dolls will be his leading lady, she’s a half-blooded Filipino. Also rumored that wrestler Batista will also appear on his movie, he’s also a half-blooded Filipino.

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