Is Manny Pacquiao Back From His Retirement?

Author: Raphael Minter


Manny Pacquiao announced his retirement after defeating Timothy Bradley.

Pacquiao has been the face of the Philippines and his bout against Floyd Mayweather Jr. made all the headlines not just because of the pedigree of the two boxers but also the amount of money involved.

Known for his charitable activities all over Philippines, Pac-man has even taken over the role of Senator in his country.

He cannot live without fighting and according to BoxingNews 24, his promoter Bob Arum is weighing up a three-man shortlist for the fighter.

Many boxing pundits have shared various concerns about the return of the eight-division boxing world champion into the boxing ring as he is far from his best days and age is catching up with him.

Not only that Pacquiao has made a commitment to his country serving as Senator and the intensity of training for a bout would not give

Pacquiao the needed rest and time to go about his senatorial duties.

Manny Pacquiao Has Done It All In Boxing

After 58 wins from 66 bouts, Pacquiao might be relishing the chance to cross the 60th landmark and make 70 fights in boxing.

Pacquiao has achieved so much in boxing and he doesn't need a comeback to prove himself to the boxing fraternity.

If he should return, the boxing fraternity would hug him with open arms because the world is not done with the talent like Manny Pacquiao.


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