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Manny Pacquiao shares plan before stepping down in boxing



The 41-year old boxing icon Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao is likely to have to more fights before hanging the gloves.

Pacman, who has one of the most celebrated boxing career in history also revealed through his long-time trainer Freddie Roach that he wanted to have a rematch against Floyd Mayweather Jr., or a fight against Terrence Crawford as his last fight before focusing on politics.

Currently, the only eight-division world champion has a lot of possible opponents on the list. They are all waiting on whether they will be chosen and march towards the biggest fight of their career.

On the Mayweather rematch, Pacquiao’s camp is expecting it to be hard, however, they will pursue what Pacquiao wants before finally closing the curtain on his professional boxing career.

Lomachenko set to fight Lopez in Top Rank’s biggest offer in pandemic

Despite the current pandemic that caused dramatic loss to different boxing events, legendary promoter Bob Arum was able to ink a deal and promote the biggest fight he could assemble during this trying time, a main event bout between Vasiliy Lomachenko and Teofimo Lopez.

Lomachenko is the unified lightweight champion while Lopez holds the IBF belt.

In normal condition, the bout will surely gather thousands of fans in the fight night and millions on pay-per-view, but the thing is, the big time match will only be televised on ESPN free television. This is to quench the thirst of boxing fans who wanted an attention-stealer fight

David Benavidez favors to win against Roamer Alexis Angulo

The defending WBC super middleweight champion David Benavidez is the favorite over contender Roamer Alexis Angulo as they face each other on Saturday.

Benavidez who is still unbeaten (22 wins, 19 KOs) is -800 favorite in betting while Angulo is +500.

However, Angulo is also on a three-fight winning streak for his 26 wins, 22 via knockout and only one defeat.

Both fighters have the momentum and the young Benavidez will have to look out for the veteran Angulo who has yet to get knocked out.

\”I have to be patient. I can\’t just try to knock him out and leave myself open. I have confidence in my abilities, and if I do everything right, I believe the knockout will come. I\’m ready to give a great show to all my fans around the world,\” Benavidez said.

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Pacquiao to pay $5.1 m after losing Paradigm case



Pacquiao-Mayweather 2 officially in talks?

The US jury voted against Manny Pacquiao in his Paradigm Sports Management Civil Lawsuit.

Boxing’s only eight-division world champion has been ordered to pay $5.1 million for the damages and the advance money Paradigm Sports had given him.

The Management filed breach of contract against the Filipino icon in his deal two years ago.

Despite losing the case, Pacquiao is confident that the decision can still be shifted to his camp’s favor.

Conor McGregor who is also under the PSM tweeted that Pacquiao should not let it happen again.

‘Manny owes 8 in all. 5.1 he owes and then 2.1 in legal costs. Legal fees are heavy but that’s what we do. Heavy weight operations,’ the Irishman said on a now deleted separate tweet.

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Ryan Garcia confident vs Gervonta Davis



Davis: Seven o eight rounds lang itatagal ni Garcia

It’s just a week away from the highly anticipated showdown inside the boxing ring, and Ryan Garcia is confident that he can surprise the champion, Gervonta Davis, and the entire boxing community.

Known for his lethal left hook, Garcia seems to have a new weapon up his sleeve, which he honed during his training camp and plans to showcase on April 22nd inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Despite putting on weight, Garcia still possesses his lightning-fast speed, and he claims that he is not intimidated by Davis.

“He’s nothing scary. He’s just a guy that’s trying his best to climb to the top as well, and we’re just meeting at a big event. That’s it.”

Considered the underdog in the fight, Garcia has the support of other boxers like Jermall Charlo, who even bet $10,000 on Garcia.

Boxing legend “Sugar” Shane Mosley is also rooting for Garcia, as well as Mario Barrios and boxing promoter Eddie Hearn.

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Tank Davis Mimics Mike Tyson to defeat Ryan Garcia



Tank Davis Mimics Mike Tyson to defeat Ryan Garcia

After a devastating 7th round KO, Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis fans saw a Mike Tyson blows Ryan Garcia with a twist in T Mobile Arena, April 22.

“Tank is very comfortable fighting taller people because when he fights he catapults himself, and pushes himself in the air, so it makes it very difficult to stop his attack cause it’s very awkward when you’re in the air, normally you have no power. But, the way which he catapults himself, it’s almost like a gun being fired. He flies right into you with every ounce of power.” Tyson said in an interview.

Meanwhile, a fan said “What the commentators didn’t mention is that this was a Mike Tyson style body blow which was generated from tank being in that crouched position, the upward motion generated much more from the legs and hips, plus being accurate and well timed, well played from tank.”

Davis got 58 total score from the judges while Garcia got 55. Tank Davis dominated Garcia in almost all rounds except round 1 and 6.

Boxing fans noticed the perfect timing and patience of Davis on the 7th round as he landed a liver blow that led Ryan Garcia to kneel down with pain.

According to the Way of Martial Arts, just as a shot to the chest area can leave you without air for a while or a dangerous shot to the head could render you unconscious, a liver shot can be just as painful and just as dangerous.

It can be recalled that Tank Davis has been compared to Mike Tyson due to their common styles. Although, Mike rejects that similarity except with Tanks Police issues.

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