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Sunday, September 14, 2014
WHO SHOULD MAYWEATHER FIGHT NEXT?
12/13/14: Miguel Cotto 12/6/14: Saul "Canelo" Alvarez 11/22/14: Manny Pacquiao 11/15/14: Wladimir Klitschko 11/8/14: Tomasz Adamek 11/8/14: Bernard Hopkins 10/27/14: Alexander Povetkin 10/18/14: Gennady Golovkin 10/11/14: Carlos Molina 10/11/14: Cornelius Bundrage 9/29/14: Johnathon Banks 9/27/14: Arthur Abraham 9/13/14: Floyd Mayweather Jr. 9/13/14: Marcos Maidana 9/13/14: Miguel Vazquez 9/13/14: Leo Santa Cruz 9/13/14: Alfredo Angulo 9/6/14: Adrien Broner 9/6/14: Lucas Matthysse 8/22/14: Austin Trout 8/16/14: Yoan Pablo Hernandez 8/16/14: Deontay Wilder 8/9/14: Danny Garcia 8/9/14: Lamont Peterson 8/2/14: Sergey Kovalev 8/2/14: Brandon Rios 7/19/14: Guillermo Rigondeaux 7/19/14: Zou Shiming 7/12/14: Erislandy Lara 6/28/14: Yuriorkis Gamboa 6/21/14: Robert Guerrero 6/21/14: Gary Russell Jr. 6/21/14: Devon Alexander 6/7/14: Sergio Martinez 5/31/14: Carl Froch 5/31/14: Nonito Donaire 5/31/14: Vic Darchinyan 5/31/14: Felix Sturm 5/24/14: Adonis Stevenson 5/24/14: Jhonny Gonzalez 5/17/14: Juan Manuel Marquez 5/17/14: Mike Alvarado 5/3/14: Amir Khan 4/26/14: Keith Thurman 4/12/14: Timothy Bradley 1/25/14: Miguel "Mikey" Angel Garcia 11/16/13: Andre Ward 11/16/13: Edwin Rodriguez 11/9/13: Vanes Martirosyan 10/26/13: Peter Quillin 10/23/13: Shane Mosley 10/12/13: Orlando Salido 9/28/13: Tavoris Cloud 9/14/13: Pablo Cesar Cano 9/7/13: Ricky Burns 9/7/13: Seth Mitchell 9/7/13: Chris Arreola 8/24/13: Abner Mares 8/23/13: Koki Kameda 8/17/13: Daniel Geale 8/17/13: Nathan Cleverly 8/17/13: Thomas Dulorme 8/12/13: Shinsuke Yamanaka 7/27/13: Andre Berto 7/27/13: Jesus Soto Karass 7/6/13: David Price 6/22/13: Paul Malignaggi 6/15/13: Juan Manuel Lopez 6/8/13: Chad Dawson 6/8/13: Josesito Lopez 6/7/13: John Molina 5/25/13: Lucian Bute 5/25/13: Jean Pascal 5/25/13: Mikkel Kessler 5/25/13: Isaac Chilemba 5/4/13: Daniel Ponce De Leon 4/28/13: James Toney 4/27/13: Luis Carlos Abregu 4/27/13: Zab Judah 4/27/13: Fernando Guerrero 4/20/13: Steve Cunningham 4/14/13: Chris John 4/8/13: Gamaliel Diaz 4/6/13: Roman Martinez 4/6/13: Brian Viloria 4/6/13: Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. 3/2/13: Richard Abril 2/23/13: Andrew Golota 2/22/13: Roman Morales 2/9/13: Krzysztof Wlodarczyk 1/26/13: Juan Carlos Salgado 1/25/13: Serhiy Dzinziruk 1/4/13: Jonathan Gonzalez 12/15/12: Jorge Arce 12/1/12: Billy Dib 2/23/13: Kelly Pavlik
11/29/14: Terence Crawford 11/22/14: Tyson Fury 11/22/14: Dereck Chisora 10/1/14: Hassan N'Dam N'Jikam 9/27/14: Denis Lebedev 9/26/14: Anselmo Moreno 9/6/14: Carl Frampton 8/30/14: Marco Huck 8/23/14: Donovan George 8/16/14: Shawn Porter 8/16/14: Kell Brook 8/16/14: Sakio Bika 8/9/14: Daniel Jacobs 6/14/14: Ruslan Provodnikov 5/31/14: George Groves 5/24/14: Andrzej Fonfara 3/1/14: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. 10/27/12: Sadam Ali 9/28/13: David Haye 9/13/13: Mike Jimenez 9/7/13: Rafael Marquez 8/24/13: Kubrat Pulev 8/17/13: Jhonatan Romero 8/16/13: Gabriel Campillo 8/16/13: Mike Mollo 6/29/13: Manuel Charr 6/14/13: Bryant Jennings 6/14/13: Ronald Cruz 6/8/13: Fres Oquendo 6/1/13: Hernan Marquez 5/18/13: Oliver McCall 5/17/13: Guillermo Jones 12/8/12: Mercito Gesta 12/8/12: Miguel Beltran Jr. 12/8/12: Brian Magee 12/6/12: Takahiro Ao 12/4/12: Hugo Ruiz 11/30/12: Joan Guzman 11/24/12: Ricky Hatton 11/17/12: Antonio DeMarco 11/17/12: Yusaf Mack 11/10/12: Robert Helenius 11/3/12: Firat Arslan 11/10/12: Jonathan Victor Barros 11/10/12: Mariusz Wach 11/3/12: Denis Grachev 11/3/12: Tomas Rojas 10/27/12: Marvin Quintero 10/27/12: Liborio Solis 10/20/12: Erik Morales 10/20/12: Randall Bailey 10/20/12: AJ Banal 10/20/12: Pungluang Sor Singyu 10/20/12: Hector David Saldivia 10/17/12: Omar Andres Narvaez 10/13/12: Toshiaki Nishioka 10/13/12: Audley Harrison 10/12/12: Jermain Taylor 10/6/12: Jonathan Oquendo 10/6/12: Moises Fuentes 10/6/12: Ivan Calderon 10/6/12: Jorge Linares 10/6/12: Zaurbek Baysangurov 10/6/12: Lukas Konecny 9/29/12: Luis Orlando Del Valle 9/29/12: Zsolt Erdei 9/29/12: Hasim Rahman 9/29/12: Alexander Ustinov 9/29/12: Patrick Majewski 9/29/12: Julio Diaz 9/29/12: Hector Sanchez 9/22/12: Kevin Mitchell 9/22/12: Francisco Palacios 9/22/12: Steve Molitor 9/21/12: Antwone Smith 9/21/12: Gabriel Rosado 9/21/12: Charles Whittaker 9/21/12: Efrain Esquivias 9/21/12: Jonathan Arrellano 9/15/12: Robert Marroquin 9/15/12: Matthew Macklin 9/15/12: Joachim Alcine 9/15/12: Mike Lee 9/15/12: Eric Morel 9/15/12: Troy Ross 9/13/12: Jessie Vargas 9/8/12: Vitali Klitschko 9/8/12: Ajose Olusegun 9/8/12: Luis Ramos Jr. 9/8/12: Ivan Morales 9/8/12: Luis Maldonado 9/1/12: Moruti Mthalane 8/24/12: Randy Caballero 8/24/12: Manuel Roman 7/21/12: Vicente Escobedo 7/13/12: Glen Johnson



Manny Pacquiao      
             
Alias -   Pacman      
Birthday -   December 17, 1978      
Division -   welterweight      
Height -   5' 6 1/2      
Reach -   67"      
Stance -   southpaw      
Country -   Philippines      
Birth Place -   Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines    
            KOnews.net


Manny Pacquiao

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao was born on December 17, 1978 in Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines. He currently carries a record of 56-5-2 with 38 knockouts.

 

“Pacman” was the first boxer in history to win ten world titles, and the first to win in eight different weight divisions. He was named "Fighter of the Decade" for the 2000’s by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA). He is also a three-time BWAA and The Ring "Fighter of the Year" in 2006, 2008 and 2009.

 

Aside from being a boxer, Pacquiao has participated in acting, music recording and politics. In May 2010, Pacquiao was elected to the House of Representatives in the 15th Congress of the Philippines, representing the province of Sarangani.

 

Pacquiao began his pro career in January of 1995, officially weighing at the junior flyweight level (106-108 pounds). He lost for the first time in his 12th bout by knockout to Rustico Torrecampo. In his 27th bout, in December of ’98, he won his first world title, the WBC flyweight belt, knocking out Chatchai Sasakul. Less than a year later, Pacquiao would suffer his second loss to Medgoen Singsurat by knockout, losing his world title.

 

Immediately, Pacquiao jumped up to super bantamweight where he would win the WBC International title and make five successful defenses before winning the IBF super bantamweight belt in June of 2001 against Lehlohonolo Ledwaba by knockout.

 

In November of ’03, Pacquiao would move up to featherweight to take on Marco Antonio Barrera. Pacquiao’s career took a dramatic turn for the better as he stopped the world’s top featherweight while taking The Ring Magazine world title.

 

In his next bout, in April of ’04, Pacquiao faced Juan Manuel Marquez for the WBA and IBF featherweight belts. The contest ended in a controversial twelve-round draw that enraged both camps.

 

In March of ’05, Pacquiao took on Erik Morales in a super featherweight contest, but lost by a unanimous decision. The loss was avenged ten months later by knockout. Another ten months later, they fought a third time, and again Pacquiao won by knockout.

 

A year later, in October of ’07, Pacquiao faced Barrera in a rematch and won by a clear unanimous decision.

 

In March of ’08, Pacquiao faced Marquez in a rematch, this time for the WBC super featherweight title. Pacquiao won by a controversial split decision.

 

Next, Pacquiao went up to lightweight and faced WBC champ David Diaz. Pacquiao battered Diaz en route to a knockout victory.

In December of ’08, Pacquiao moved up to welterweight and stopped Oscar De La Hoya.

 

In May of ’09, Pacquiao faced top junior welterweight Ricky Hatton and won by a brutal second-round knockout.

 

In November of ’09, Pacquiao went back to welterweight where he stopped Miguel Cotto to win the WBO welterweight belt. Pacquiao defended the WBO title in March of ‘10 as he defeated Joshua Clottey by a dull one-sided unanimous decision.

 

Then, in November of ‘10, Pacquiao defeated Antonio Margarito to win the WBC super welterweight belt.

 

In May of ‘11, Pacquiao retained his WBO 147-pound belt by defeating Shane Mosley in a dull one-sided bout that ended as a unanimous decision. Like Clottey in March of last year, Mosley remained on defense for the majority of the contest.

 

In November of ‘11, Pacquiao faced Marquez for a third time in hopes of finally putting an end to all the controversy stemming from their previous bouts. Instead, Pacquiao would walk away with a highly controversial majority decision win.

 

Next, Pacquiao faced top junior welterweight Tim Bradley in June of ‘12. Despite being in command through most of the contest, Pacquiao lost by a highly controversial split decision.

 

In December of ’12, in a fourth meeting with Juan Manuel Marquez, Pacquiao was knocked out in the 6th round.

 

Pacquiao rebounded from two consecutive losses last November by easily defeating Brandon Rios via unanimous decision in a welterweight contest.

 

In April, Pacquiao faced Tim Bradley in a rematch and defeated him by a unanimous decision to regain his WBO welterweight title.

 

 

 

 

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