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Who’s going to be the WBC Super Welterweight champion of the world? The Pac-Man or the Tijuana Tornado? Manny Pacquiao seeks to capture his 8th world title in 8 weight divisions. He got his seventh title after beating Cotto last year.

Manny Pacquiao still holds the WBO Welterweight title belt after defeating Joshua Clottey last March 13, 2010. The Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA was filled with 50,944 people as they watched the “Pac-Man” displayed another magnificent artistry in the boxing ring. It was the first boxing mega fight held in the world’s largest domed […]

The Event: Pacquiao vs Clottey

The excitement in the atmosphere rises as “The Event” is just a few hours away! The number one pound for pound boxer in the world, Manny “Pac-Man” Pacquiao is set to defend his WBO Welterweight belt against Joshua “Grand Master” Clottey. The belt came from his last bout when Pacquiao beat Miguel Cotto.

Pacquiao became one of the most popular Filipino icons in the US and in the world because of the excitement that he brought in the boxing ring and his charisma as a person outside. He already has a Pacquiao Nike billboard in Los Angeles, California, Pacquiao on Jimmy Kimmel Live! show TV appearance and Pacquiao […]

PBF on Joe Buck Live. In case you missed last December 8’s Joe Buck Live episode, you can watch the video replay here courtesy of HBO. HBO Sports’ quarterly series Joe Buck Live featured Floyd “Money” Mayweather, Jr. as one of their guests during this episode with Michael Strahan.

Pretty Boy on Pac-Man. After Manny Pacquiao defeated Miguel Cotto, Floyd Mayweather Jr. stated a challenge to Pacquiao on interviews. “If he wants to fight Floyd Mayweather, all he got to do is step up to the plate,” Mayweather Jr. said in an interview on a British broadcaster. Watch Mayweather speaks up about Pacquiao fight.

Floyd “Pretty Boy” Mayweather Jr. speaks up about Manny “Pac-Man” Pacquiao’s recent win over Miguel Cotto and on the mega fight that everyone wants to see between him and Pacquiao on 2010.

Manny Pacquiao knocked out Ricky Hatton thrice in 2 rounds. During the first round, Hatton got knocked down twice and on the second round, Pacquiao hit him with a winning knock out punch that crowned him the new junior welterweight champion.