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WATCH: Jimuel Pacquiao drops opponent in first amateur bout

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, so they say.  While eight-division boxing world champion and current reigning WBA (Regular) Welterweight World Champion Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao may be at the tail end of his long and storied boxing career, it looks like the next generation Pacquiao is getting ready to carry on the legacy.  Manny's eldest son, Emmanuel Jr., or Jimuel is already into the sweet science, and over the weekend, showed off a tiny bit of what he can do inside the squared circle.  Taking on schoolmate Lucas Carson in a two-round sparring session, Jimuel - who showcased the aggression of a young Pacman - dropped his opponent, much to the delight of Team Pacquiao, who was in attendance.        View this post on Instagram                   Emmanuel ‘Jimuel’ Pacquiao Jr aggressive in Rd 1 knocks down opponent schoolmate Lucas Carson . It was an action packed bout of just 2 rounds with entire team Pacquiao supporting Jimuel who dreams to represent Phils in the future . #itsintheblood #boxing A post shared by Dyan Castillejo (@dyancastillejo) on Feb 8, 2019 at 10:34pm PST Obviously, Jimuel has a long way to go, but if this is any indication of the kid's potential, then it looks like the boxing world will have another Pacquiao to look forward to.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource: abscbn abscbnFeb 11th, 2019

WATCH: Pacquiao son shows off boxing chops

MANILA, Philippines – There could be another boxer from the Pacquiao family. Emmanuel "Jimuel" Pacquiao Jr, the eldest among Filipino boxing icon Manny's brood of 5, looks to be following his father's footsteps after seeing action in a two-round bout. Battling budding fighter Lucas Carson, the 18-year-old flaunted his boxing chops ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 12th, 2019

Broner claims he beat Pacquiao, but numbers show otherwise

MANILA, Philippines – Manny Pacquiao may be the clear-cut winner, but not in opponent Adrien Broner's eyes. The American boxer claimed he beat the sport's only eight-division world champion despite succumbing to a unanimous decision loss in their title bout at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 20th, 2019

Politicians sponsor free live viewing of Pacquiao-Broner bout

DAVAO CITY --- Local officials and politicians in Davao del Norte will sponsor free mass viewing of the WBA welterweight title bout between Sen. Manny Pacquiao and American fighter Adrien Broner on Sunday. The office of Rep. Antonio "Tonyboy" Floirendo Jr. office announced it would help set up huge screens in gymnasiums so people in the 2nd district could watch the live telecast of the bout. In Tagum City, Gov. Antonio Rafael del Rosario and his slate under the Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) invited on social media their constituents for a free viewing of the fight at the 3,000-seat RDR Gym in Barangay Mankilam. The city government of Tagum under Mayor Allan Rellon would also sp...Keep on reading: Politicians sponsor free live viewing of Pacquiao-Broner bout.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 19th, 2019

Boxing: Manny Pacquiao returns to Wild Card for Christmas Eve training

Manny Pacquiao is back "home", so to speak.  After arriving in Los Angeles over the weekend, the eight-division boxing world champion wasted little time in getting to work for his upcoming title defense against Adrien Broner on January 19th.  The Holiday season did little to slow Pacman down, as he began training on Christmas Eve, at a very familiar training ground.  The champ is back at the Wild Card. @mannypacquiao spends Christmas Eve training at the famed gym. #PacquiaoBroner #boxing 🇵🇭👊🏼🥊 pic.twitter.com/QVQH4YEJzn — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) December 25, 2018 After opting to hold camp at his real home in General Santos for his last bout against Lucas Matthysse, Pacquiao is back at the world famous Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles, owned and operated by none oher than Pacquiao's long-time coach Freddie Roach.  Pacquiao and Roach have confirmed that they will be working together for the Broner fight, but this time around, Pacquiao's best friend Buboy Fernandez will stay on as head coach, while Roach will be serving as a consultant.  Fernandez said Team Pacquiao will be discussing how to go about things, especially with Roach.  Prior to getting work in at Wild Card however, Pacquiao and team began the day by going on a morning jog around the Griffith Observatory, and joining him was his eldest son Jimuel, who says he'll try to keep up with his dad's training all week.  As Manny continues to work throughout the holidays, the Filipino boxing icon has a message to all his fellow Filipinos back home and all over the world.  "Thank you so much. God bless you all praying for more success, and of course unity, and protection to each and everyone of us. Maraming salamat sa inyong magmamahal [at] dasal. Lagi din akong nag-dadasal para sa [inyo]. Maraming salamat, God bless, Merry Christmas and advanced Happy New Year to you all." Pacquiao will be defending his WBA (Regular) Welterweight World Championship against Broner at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 19th.    H/T: Steve Angeles, ABS-CBN News.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 25th, 2018

With 2 good shoulders, Lomachenko seeks 2 lightweight titles

By Brian Mahoney, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Vasiliy Lomachenko is back and ready to show what he can do with two healthy shoulders. Injured while winning one lightweight belt, Lomachenko while try to add a second in his return from surgery when he faces Jose Pedraza on Saturday night in the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KOs) is already a champion in three weight classes, but this is the first time he can unify belts within a division. "It's the next step for my dream," Lomachenko said. "It's the next step for my goal, and after this fight I think my dreams come a little bit closer to me." That could include a 135-pound showdown with unbeaten Mikey Garcia but seemingly won't include a fight with Manny Pacquiao, because Lomachenko, whose career is going along just fine, doesn't believe he needs to enhance it by beating what he said is an "old legend" about to turn 40. "There are a lot of good fighters to fight who are comparable to me," Lomachenko said. "He's old. I think his career is done. I don't want to become a legend in boxing because of him." But he can do it by unifying titles, and this is the two-time Olympic gold medalist from Ukraine's first chance to do it. He moved up in weight and won the WBA title from Jorge Linares in May despite tearing the labrum in his right shoulder in the second round. Lomachenko got up from a sixth-round knockdown to stop Linares in the 10th, then underwent surgery. While Lomachenko was recovering, Pedraza (25-1, 12 KOs) won the WBO title from Ray Beltran to secure the fight with Lomachenko, who has eight straight victories by stoppage. "We know that he's a great fighter. He's a complete fighter," Pedraza said through a translator. Pedraza was out for 14 months after his lone loss, when Gervonta Davis took his junior lightweight title by stoppage in January 2017, but has come back strong by winning three fights this year. The victory over Beltran made him the second Puerto Rican man to win titles at 130 and 135 pounds, and an upset of Lomachenko would bring even more pride to his homeland that's still recovering from disaster. "It will be the first Christmas after what happened with Hurricane Maria, so definitely me winning on Saturday would bring a lot of joy and blessing to the island," Pedraza said. The undercard of the fight, to be televised by ESPN, includes 2016 Olympian Teofimo Lopez (10-0, 8 KOs) facing Mason Menard (34-3, 24 KOs) in a lightweight bout, and Isaac Dogboe (20-0, 14 KOs) defending his WBO junior featherweight title against Mexican Emanuel Navarrete (25-1, 22 KOs). Then Lomachenko fights for the third straight time at Madison Square Garden and expects no problems with his shoulder. He said he's been able to use all his punches in sparring and may have benefited from the break for the injury, which delayed a planned August fight. He had nearly 400 fights as an amateur and has been on a quest to quickly accumulate as many titles as possible as a pro. A fight with Garcia could provide him a chance for another, but the WBC's 135-pound champion is moving up two divisions to challenge welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. in March. Lomachenko has no plans to move up any further for now after beginning his career at 126 pounds, but he thinks a matchup with Garcia will happen, assuming he comes back down. "I think this fight will happen," Lomachenko said. "Then, I don't know."  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 8th, 2018

Pacquiao vows to take UP Maroons to watch US bout if they win UAAP title | Inquirer Sports

An added motivation has come the University of the Philippines way as itbegan its quest for its first title in 32 years in the UAAP mens basketball tournament. The Fighting Maroons will surely be play.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsDec 1st, 2018

Pacquiao vows to take UP Maroons to watch US bout if they win UAAP title

An added motivation has come the University of the Philippines' way as itbegan its quest for its first title in 32 years in the UAAP men's basketball tournament. The Fighting Maroons will surely be playing a more inspired basketballagainst the defending champion Ateneo de Manila Universityafter Senator Manny Pacquiao showed his support for the team. Boxing's only eight-division champion pledged on Saturday to treat the whole UP men's basketball team to a trip to Las Vegas and watch his upcoming fightif they win the UAAP Season 81 men's basketball crown. Pacquaio will defend his WBA welterweight title against Adrien "The Problem" Broneron January 19. Pacquiao's official photographer...Keep on reading: Pacquiao vows to take UP Maroons to watch US bout if they win UAAP title.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 1st, 2018

ONE: Shinya Aoki says he’d enjoy a rematch with fellow former champ Eduard Folayang

Nearly two years removed from losing ONE Championship Lightweight World Title, Japanese MMA legend Shinya Aoki finds himself back on the path towards championship glory, and the next stop on his journey brings him to Manila at ONE: Reign of Kings, Friday, July 27th at the Mall of Asia Arena. In a battle of top lightweight contenders, Aoki meets Thai MMA star Shannon ’OneShin’ Wiratchai, with the winner moving one step closer to a lightweight world title shot. And while another run at the world title could be on the line, the Evolve MMA star says that his focus in the lead up to the fight will be his own progress and no one else’s. “I approach all my fights the same. I focus on myself, and my game.” Aoki shared with ABS-CBN Sports via email. “I train hard with all my training partners and coaches, whether its in Japan or at Evolve MMA in Singapore, to improve all aspects of my game to prepare myself for the bout ahead. I am confident in my abilities and am looking forward to this bout.” Adding another layer to the upcoming Aoki versus Wiratchai fight will be the fact that the Thai star revealed that he looks up to the Japanese legend. “I have been competing for a long time now so it is interesting that I am competing against someone who used to watch me growing up. When I compete I go out there to do my best as a martial artist, if my performances inspire someone to start martial arts that’s just an extra bonus.” “Shannon is a good strong opponent, I look forward to competing against him.” Aoki added. If Aoki can defeat Wiratchai in Manila, it’ll mark his first string of back-to-back wins since 2015, definitely a step in the right direction. From 2016 to 2017, Aoki went through quite a rough patch that was kickstarted with him dropping his ONE title to Eduard Folayang in Singapore, followed a grappling superfight loss to Garry Tonon and a one-sided beatdown from then-ONE Welterweight World Champion Ben Askren. Momentum shifted to Aoki’s favor in the start of 2018, as he submitted fellow former ONE champion Marat Gafurov in another grappling superfight, before getting back in the win column in MMA, choking out Rasul Yakhyaev in just one round back in May. “As a professional athlete, winning and losing is all a part of the journey.” Aoki said of his struggles and his recent run of success. “As a martial artist, all I focus on is continuing to improve and learn from the past and improve my game in all aspects. Improving a little bit every day is what martial arts is about. This is the mindset I’ve always had.” Speaking of Eduard Folayang, Aoki now is on the same boat as the Filipino MMA star, both former champions looking to regain their place at the top of the division. Folayang will also be fighting on ONE’s Reign of Kings card in Manila, against unbeaten Russian Aziz Pahrudinov. Much like Aoki, a win for Folayang moves him one step closer to another shot at the championship. If everything goes according to plan for these two former champions, their paths could cross once more, and that’s something that Aoki says he wouldn’t mind. “I am open to compete against anyone or rematch anyone. If ONE Championship wants me to face Eduard I would enjoy that. My job is to train hard to improve all aspects of my game for whoever I am facing.” Before anything else however, Aoki and Folayang will have to take care of business come fight night. For Aoki, who is, by all means, a proven legend in MMA, the learning never stops, and it’s this feeling of hunger for more that keeps the former champ motivates. “I never think of my accomplishments as enough. Every bout is a new challenge for me to take on, so I push myself to be able to handle anything that comes my way. I am always training and learning new techniques so my game is constantly improving. The martial arts journey never ends.” said Aoki.   Former ONE Lightweight World Champion Shinya Aoki meets top contender Shannon Wiratchai in a lightweight contest with massive title implications at ONE: Reign of Kings on Friday, July 27th at the Mall of Asia Arena. Catch it LIVE starting at 8:30 PM on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23!   *Special thanks to Aliya Anwar of Evolve MMA.        .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 23rd, 2018

Good luck, Manny!

MALACAÑANG yesterday conveyed its “best of luck wish” to Sen. Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao on his bout today against Argentine boxer Lucas Matthysse in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The President, who is looking forward to Pacman’s triumph, is expected to watch the welterweight championship between the Pambansang Kamao and Matthysse. Special Assistant….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 14th, 2018

Toughest opponent

  KUALA LUMPUR---Oscar De La Hoya has fought the sport's biggest name all the way to his spot in boxing's pantheon. But no fighter troubled him as much as Manny Pacquiao did. And no one but the Philippine ring icon made the sport's "Golden Boy" feel the way he felt one night in 2008 in Las Vegas, when Pacquiao emptied De La Hoya of every drop of will with a violently beautiful beating. "He (Pacquiao) made me get old," De La Hoya said on Thursday. The Golden Boy Promotions (GBP) chief, who is here for the bout between Pacquiao and Argentine Lucas Matthysse, jokingly added: "I am still in pain from after I fought him." Pacquiao chased De La Hoya from post-to-post, admi...Keep on reading: Toughest opponent.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

Duterte to watch Pacquiao-Matthysse bout

MALACAÑANG on Tuesday confirmed that President Rodrigo Duterte would fly to Malaysia next Monday to watch the boxing match between Sen. Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao and Argentine welterweight champ Lucas Matthysse. In a news briefing, Palace spokesman Harry Roque Jr. said the President would also meet with Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Tuesday after the [...] The post Duterte to watch Pacquiao-Matthysse bout appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJul 10th, 2018

Back to where it all started

  No Freddie Roach. No Bob Arum. No pay-per-view dollars. No glitzy Las Vegas neon lights. No hyped up opponent. All there is is a legend, closer to the end of his career than to the start.   Manny Pacquiao prepares for a fight that will dictate how the sun will continue to rise for the remainder of his career.   "This fight will determine my future," the Philippine senator has told media people during his preparation for the bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse on July 15 in Kuala Lumpur.   But while the result will largely factor into Pacquiao's future schedule, the atmosphere surrounding his preparation smacks of nostalgia. A bulk of his ...Keep on reading: Back to where it all started.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 8th, 2018

Crawford scores TKO over Horn, wins WBO welterweight title

By W.G. RAMIREZ LAS VEGAS (AP) — Terence Crawford threw a bevy of punches toward the end of the ninth round to stop Jeff Horn and win the WBO welterweight title Saturday night. After dropping Horn with 50 seconds left in the ninth round, Crawford unleashed a slew of punches that sent the former champion into the ropes, prompting referee Robert Byrd to stop the fight with 28 seconds left in the round. Crawford (33-0, 24 knockouts) moved up to the 147-pound division and became the sixth fighter in boxing history to win titles at lightweight, junior welterweight and welterweight. Considered by many as boxing’s best pound-for-pound fighter, Crawford relinquished the four major belts he held in the junior welterweight division to move up to a stacked welterweight division. The 30-year-old from Omaha, Nebraska, improved to 11-0 (eight knockouts) in world title fights, the most wins by an active American fighter. The 30-year-old Horn (18-0-1, 12 knockouts) struggled to make weight one day prior to the bout, hitting 148 pounds on his first try at the weigh-in Friday. He originally won the belt by decision from Manny Pacquiao last July in his hometown of Brisbane, Australia. He fought once since, stopping Gary Corcoran in Brisbane in December to retain his title. He wasn’t so fortunate against Crawford, who out-landed Horn 155-58, according to CompuBox. Crawford, a traditional right-hander who fought southpaw most of the bout, dominated from the start, using both hands to pepper Horn. A big left in the second round by Crawford got things going, while an impressive right cross to Horn’s left temple in the third round showed his keen ability as a tactician. Crawford’s skills came to life in the eighth round, as he went upstairs-downstairs near the end of the round, working the head and the body before closing the round with a monster right that staggered Horn. The two fighters were originally scheduled to meet April 14, but Crawford injured a hand in training, which resulted in the fight being postponed. Though it’s been close to one year since Crawford has been in the ring, when he fought at 140 pounds, he looked every bit the part of a hard-hitting welterweight. The fight marked the first attempt to attract boxing fans to ESPN’s new $4.99 per month app, which allowed them to watch the bout from the MGM Grand Garden. In the co-main event, Jose Pedraza defeated Antonio Moran by unanimous decision for a regional lightweight title. With the win, it opened the door for Pedraza to challenge WBO lightweight world champion Ray Beltran in August......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 10th, 2018

Major networks team up to air Pacquiao-Matthysse July 15 fight

    For the first time, the country's leading TV networks and cable firms join forces in airing the much-anticipated "Fight of Champions" boxing match between pound-for-pound king, Senator Manny Pacquiao and Argentinian fighter Lucas Matthysse slated for July 15.   Major broadcast networks ABS-CBN, GMA-7, Cignal TV and Sky Cable all joined hands for a multi-platform and multi-channel airing of the bout to be held at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   "In response to the clamor of boxing fans, we want to make sure that the whole world gets to watch and experience this epic fight," said MP Promotions Head of Sales and Marketing and veter...Keep on reading: Major networks team up to air Pacquiao-Matthysse July 15 fight.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 24th, 2018

Pacquiao eyes comeback fight in Kuala Lumpur, says source

        Forget about Manny Pacquiao going to the United States for his return bout this year.   A confidante of the eight-division world champion said Pacquiao is looking at Kuala Lumpur instead, with eitherApril 29orMay 5as the preferred dates.   The opponent has yet to be named, although Pacquiao has earlier declared that he would like to fight World Boxing Association welterweight champion Lucas Matthyse on his comeback drive after losing his World Boxing Organization welterweight crown to Australian Jeff Horn in Brisbane lastJuly 2.   READ: Pacquiao wants Matthysse; Arum picks Alvarado   Apparently, Paqui...Keep on reading: Pacquiao eyes comeback fight in Kuala Lumpur, says source.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 1st, 2018

Arum open to Pacquiao-Matthysse but not in April

Top Rank chief Bob Arum is open to the possibility of making a fight between Manny Pacquiao and Lucas Matthysse of Argentina happen. Just don't expect it to happen soon with Arum planning to pit Pacquiao against a different opponent in Mike Alvarado for the Filipino boxing icon's scheduled ring return on April 14. Alvarado is also promoted by Top Rank. READ: Pacquiao wants Matthysse; Arum picks Alvarado In an interview with BoxingScene.com, Arum said a Pacquiao-Matthysse bout is"something thathe's willing to explore in the future," according to the story. "Well, [it wasn't possible to do next] because nobody's ever talked to Matthysse, about whether he's ready [to even fight in Apr...Keep on reading: Arum open to Pacquiao-Matthysse but not in April.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 21st, 2018

Kudarat teen leads Pacman Cup q’fiers

GENERAL SANTOS CITY---Reymar Brillo of Sultan Kudarat made sure Zaldy Ricopuerto of Malungon, Sarangani, was gone in 14 seconds during the Mindanao leg of the Philippine Sports Commission-Pacquiao Amateur Boxing Cup at Robinsons Place here. Brillo, 18, viciously pummeled his 56-kg opponent with solid combinations to the head right from the opening bell, forcing the referee to stop the carnage after Ricopuerto dropped to the canvas. "My coach told me to knock him out immediately if I can,'' said Brillo, who had already fought close to a hundred bouts. Fighting in the ring since he was 9, Brillo has received offers to turn professional. "I'll think about it,'' said Brillo. "My...Keep on reading: Kudarat teen leads Pacman Cup q’fiers.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 18th, 2017

Amateur Brillo knocks out opponent in 14 seconds

GENERAL SANTOS CITY—Reymar Brillo of Sultan Kudarat sent Zaldy Ricopuerto of Malungon, Saranggani to the canvas in just 14 seconds during the preliminary round of the Philippine Sports Commission-Pacquiao Amateur Boxing Cup at the Robinsons Place here. A veteran of almost a hundred bouts, the 18-year-old furiously chased his opponent and connected with left and right combinations to the head that instantly floored Ricopuerto and forced the referee to wave him out. ``Sabi ni coach kung makaya mo i-knockout, knockout mo na,’’ said Brillo, who progressed to the Mindanao quarterfinals in February in Kidapawan City with eight other boxers. Brillo has been fighting in the ring since he was nine and not a few offers to turn professional came his way. ``Pag-iisipan ko po ng husto. Sa ngayon, training po muna,’’ said Brillo. Coach Jimmy Cubay, who trains Brillo in the Sultan Kudarat team for the past two years, is confident his boxer can fight for flag and country in international competitions. ``Pag-isipan po namin itong kay Reymar. Wala akong masasabi sa batang ito. May lakas, tapang at mabait pa,’’ said Cubay, whose protege, Carolyn Calungsod, is now a member of the national women’s squad. The PSC-Pacquiao Cup is a joint undertaking between the government sports agency and Senator Manny Pacquiao that hopes to find talents that can be endorsed to the national pool. In coordination with the Philippine Sports Institute (PSI) and the Amateur Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (Abap), the qualifying rounds of the tournament will be held December 16-April 7 in different parts of the country. James Errol Gahaton (44-46kg youth boys) of Barangay Labangal, General Santos City also advanced to the quarterfinals along with Ben John Rey Yagahon of Malaybalay City and Jayson Brillo of Sultan Kudarat in the 48kg division. Also making it to the quarters were Ariel Almamento of General Santos, Jake Sone Saludar of Polomolok, South Cotabato in the 46-49kg; Acreboy Baranggan of Aglayan, General Santos, John Igancius Macas of Cagayan de Oro and Gen San’s Criz Sander Laurente in the 52kg division. The preliminary rounds for the national finals will kick off April 14-15 in Mandaluyong City followed by the quarterfinals on April 21-22 in Bohol. The semifinals will be held in Tagum City in Davao del Norte on April 28 while the finals will return to General Santos City on May 5.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 18th, 2017

McGregor wants MMA fight next

NEW YORK — Mixed martial arts (MMA) star Conor McGregor, touted as a potential opponent for Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, has indicated he wants his next bout to be a return to the octagon rather than the ring. Caught on video by the celebrity news site while out and about in New York, McGregor […] The post McGregor wants MMA fight next appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsDec 17th, 2017

McGregor shuns Pacquiao, wants ‘true fight’ next

NEW YORK, United States --- Mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor, touted as a potential opponent for Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, has indicated he wants his next bout to be a return to the octagon rather than the ring. Caught on video by the celebrity news site while out and about in New York, McGregor was asked about Pacquiao's announcement last week that he had opened talks to fight McGregor. "I think a true fight is what I want to do next," McGregor says in the video posted online on Saturday. "MMA next." Ireland's McGregor hasn't fought in mixed martial arts or boxing since losing a boxing bout to unbeaten Floyd Mayweather by a 10th-round technical knockout in ...Keep on reading: McGregor shuns Pacquiao, wants ‘true fight’ next.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 17th, 2017