Manny Pacquiao Keeps Open Boxing Return, On December 11 in Seoul, South Korea, Manny Pacquiao will enter the ring once more, but this time it will be for a charitable boxing match.
With a Hall of Fame-caliber professional record of 62-8-2 and 39 knockouts, Pacquiao chose to retire from boxing in September 2021. He will take part in an exhibition bout against South Korean social media star DK Yoo Manny Pacquiao Keeps Open Boxing Return.
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Many people think that this may be a sign of a future return to the professional ranks, and a close ally of the Filipino boxing prodigy from General Santos City thinks the same way.
Freddie Roach’s deputy, Buboy Fernadez, Pacquiao‘s longtime confidant, was appointed to chief trainer in 2018, and he isn’t completely ruling out the idea of seeing his old buddy come out of retirement Manny Pacquiao Keeps Open Boxing Return.
In fact, Fernandez advised that the 43-year-old southpaw should think about lacing up a pair of eight-ounce gloves once more right now.
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Manny Pacquiao Keeps Open Boxing Return
Why not?” in order to produce a global champion. We don’t currently have one,” he declared in his own tongue on July 20 during a press conference just before Pacquiao publicly confirmed his fight with Yoo.
This July saw more painful losses like Rene Mark Cuarto’s unsuccessful defense of his IBF minimumweight championship against Daniel Valladares, Mark Magsayo’s WBC featherweight title defeat to Rey Vargas, and Donnie Nietes’ humiliating 12-round loss to nemesis Kazuto Ioka.
Fernandez emphasized that Pacquiao may be the one to end the losing streak of Filipino boxers in matches for the world championship.