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Pacquiao hinted at a rematch with a specially tailored jacket via Instagram

Filipino's promoter says a second fight is '75 per cent'

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Idol Manny's accomplishments is going to take more than our lifetime to be surpassed.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 7:13 pm 
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Terence Crawford is the most likely option should Mayweather decide against it.

The WBC-WBO world light-welterweight champion was another in attendance at the Thomas & Mack Centre in Las Vegas on the Pacquiao-Vargas fight to check on Pacquiao's form.

Crawford and Pacquiao share a promoter, Bob Arum, which means this fight has fewer problems than negotiating with Mayweather.

Pacquiao also says he would drop down a division to meet American Crawford at 140 pounds.

Crawford, 29, from Nebraska, is due to defend his belts against John Molina Jr on December 10 and, providing he wins, would be available to fight before May.

Before Pacquiao-Vargas, Arum said: "It's possible to do an April fight if Manny and Crawford are successful."

If talks for Mayweather-Pacquiao II stall, Crawford is next in line to face the Pac-Man.

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According to Roach, Team Pacquiao's master plan includes a Mayweather rematch. The veteran trainer believes a fight with Crawford would be an excellent test before squaring up against the pound for pound best once again. "We want to stay busy until Mayweather comes to his senses and gives us a rematch. That's the plan."

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Pacquiao vs. Morales I

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On March 19, 2005, Pacquiao moved up insuper featherweight, or junior lightweight, division of 130 pounds, in order to fight another Mexican legend and three-division world champion Érik Morales for the vacant WBC International and vacant IBA Super Featherweight titled. The fight took place at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. In this fight, Pacquiao sustained a cut over his right eye from an accidental clash of heads in the fifth round. He lost the twelve-round match by a unanimous decision from the judges. All three scorecards read 115–113 for Morales.

On September 10, 2005, Manny Pacquiao knocked out in six rounds Héctor Velázquezat Staples Center in Los Angeles to capture the WBC International Super Featherweight title, which he went on to defend five times. On the same day, his rival, Érik Morales, fought Zahir Raheem and lost via unanimous decision.

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Pacquiao vs. Morales II

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Despite Morales's loss to Raheem, Pacquiao got matched up against Morales in a rematch which took place on January 21, 2006 at theThomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. During the fight, Morales escaped being knocked down twice, once in the second round by holding onto the ropes and once in the sixth by falling on the referee. Pacquiao eventually knocked Morales out in the tenth, the first time Morales was knocked out in his boxing career.

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Pacquiao vs. Larios

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On July 2, 2006, Pacquiao defended his WBC International title against Óscar Larios, a two-time Super Bantamweight Champion who had moved up two weight divisions to fight Pacquiao. Pacquiao won the fight via unanimous decision, knocking down Larios two times in the 12-round bout at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Philippines. The three judges scored the fight 117–110, 118–108 and 120–106 all for Pacquiao.

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Pacquiao vs. Morales III

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Pacquiao and Morales fought a third time (with the series tied 1–1) on November 18, 2006. Witnessed by a near-record crowd of 18,276, the match saw Pacquiao defeat Morales via a third-round knockout at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.  After the Pacquiao–Morales rubber match, Bob Arum, Pacquiao's main promoter, announced that Manny had returned his signing bonus back to Golden Boy Promotions, signaling intentions to stay with Top Rank. This prompted Golden Boy Promotions to sue Pacquiao over breach of contract.

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Pacquiao vs. Solís

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After a failed promotional negotiation with Marco Antonio Barrera's camp, Bob Arum chose Jorge Solís as Pacquiao's next opponent among several fighters Arum offered as replacements. The bout was held in San Antonio, Texas, on April 14, 2007. In the sixth round, an accidental headbutt occurred, giving Pacquiao a cut under his left eyebrow. The fight ended in the eighth when Pacquiao knocked Solis down twice. Solis barely beat the count after the second knockdown, causing the referee to stop the fight and award Pacquiao a knockout win. The victory raised Pacquiao's win–loss–draw record to 44–3–2 with 34 knockouts. This also marked the end of Solis's undefeated streak.

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Pacquiao vs. Barrera II

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On June 29, 2007, Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions announced that they agreed to settle their lawsuit, meaning the long-awaited rematch with Marco Antonio Barrera would occur despite Pacquiao being the top-ranked contender for Juan Manuel Márquez's WBC Super Featherweight title. On October 6, 2007, Pacquiao defeated Barrera in their rematch via an easy unanimous decision. In the eleventh round, Pacquiao's punch caused a deep cut below Barrera's right eye. Barrera retaliated with an illegal punch on the break that dazed Pacquiao, but also resulted in a point deduction for Barrera. Two judges scored the bout 118–109, whereas the third scored it 115–112.

In The Ring Magazine, Pacquiao (45–3–2) remained at the top of the super featherweight division (130 pounds). He had been in the ratings for 108 weeks.  On November 13, 2007, he was honored by the World Boxing Council as Emeritus Championduring its 45th Annual World Convention held at the Manila Hotel.

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Brook says Spence is good, but wants Pacquiao

By Scott Gilfoid: IBF welterweight champion Kell “Special K” Brook (36-1, 25 KOs) is supposed to be fighting his mandatory challenger #1 IBF Errol Spence Jr. (21-0, 18 KOs) next, but he’s instead saying he wants to fight Amir Khan, Manny Pacquiao or the winner of the Keith Thurman vs. Danny Garcia fight. From the way that Brook is talking, he would jump at the chance of taking on Pacquiao, Khan or the Thurman-Garcia winner rather than fighting the hard hitting unbeaten Spence. The magical question is will Brook get his way?

http://www.boxingnews24.com/2016/12/bro ... -pacquiao/

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:21 pm 
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MANNY PACQUIAO
Major world titles

WBC flyweight champion (112 lbs)
IBF super bantamweight champion(122 lbs)
WBC super featherweight champion(130 lbs)
WBC lightweight champion (135 lbs)
WBO welterweight champion (147 lbs) (3×)
WBC super welterweight champion(154 lbs)

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MANNY PACQUIAO Minor world titles:

IBO light welterweight champion (140 lbs)

The Ring magazine titles:

The Ring featherweight champion (126 lbs)The Ring super featherweight champion(130 lbs)The Ring light welterweight champion(140 lbs)

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Lineal titles:

Lineal flyweight champion (112 lbs)
Lineal featherweight champion (126 lbs)
Lineal super featherweight champion(130 lbs)
Lineal light welterweight champion(140 lbs)
Lineal welterweight champion (147 lbs)

Regional titles:

OPBF flyweight champion (112 lbs)
WBC International super bantamweight champion (122 lbs)
WBC International super featherweight champion (130 lbs)
WBO International welterweight champion (147 lbs) (2×)

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Honorary boxing titles:

WBC Emeritus super featherweight champion
WBC Diamond welterweight champion
WBO Super champion
WBO Commemorative International welterweight champion
WBO Diamond welterweight Super Champion
WBA Man of Triumph Rhodium welterweight champion
WBO Legacy welterweight champion

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