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We Want This Fight


When the 12 rounds bout ended and Michael Buffer announced the judges score cards, the Legend Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao were asked by Stephen Smith before the million boxing fans around the world of “who does he want to fight next?” the audio went unheard as all spectators inside the Thomas and Mack Center loudly chorus -we want Mayweather versus Pacquiao!-

The boxing fans are eagerly awaiting the rematch of the two great fighters to square it once more even before the Pacquiao-Vargas WBO Welterweight finale. WE want the Pacquiao versus Mayweather no more no less.

The road to greatness has become widely inevitable once more. – Paquito 


Paquito Quote for the Day 12 Unanimously Humbled

Once again sincere humility were witnessed by the million fans of the boxing world yesterday. Our very own Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao won via unanimous decision over the WBO Welterweight champion Jessie Vargas, who now represents the US as his country in an exciting 12 round battle that saw the “young” Pacman creatively put some lessons to the much younger opponent.

A thousand times… the only 8 Division champion mentioned whenever he has a schedule fight in their pre-fight conference that he have surrendered everything to God, and that it is more of a purpose to promote sincere humility. For those who have watched the bout… it is very obvious that a couple of chance are available to knock Jessie Vargas out but he opted to give and share the ring to his opponent and through masterful sportsmanship skills… dodging counter punches and even throwing some friendly smile reminding the champ that Pacman is not a patsy fighter they’ve think of in his native country.

That second round “test power” straight punch have gotten all the preparation both fighters had from their training… meaning the Legend have gauged the Champ and  Jessie Vargas was blindly blasted by a power punch sample of a true “boxing legend”…. that Jessie Vargas was honored to raised his hands after the last bell and a gesture telling the world that he was able to finish the fight against the most feared pugilist  of the modern times.

Manny Pacquiao fighting not only for his country but for the humble purpose God has bestowed upon him once again and convincingly taught us the simple lesson of humility before the eyes of the world… unanimously indeed he deserved the victory.

Congratulations Senator Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao… We’re proud of you ! – Paquito

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao versus Jessie Vargas

Take your pick if you must. The Filipino Boxing Peoples Champ will wear once more the boxing gloves and square it off with the current WBO Welterweight Champion Jessie Vargas of US this coming November 6, 2016 at 9:00 in the morning Manila Time. Dubbed as the Resurgence , this not to be missed fight of our legendary icon that will feature also our very own Nonito Donaire versus Jessie Magdaleno in the WBO Super Bantamweight division as one of the under-cards.

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The Legend/The Champ
Date November 6, 2016 ; 9:00 LIVE Manila Time
Location Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Title(s) on the line WBO welterweight title
Fighter summary
Philippines Manny Pacquiao Boxer United States Jessie Vargas
“Pac-man” Nickname “The New Generation”
General Santos, Philippines Hometown Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Tale of the tape
58–6–2 (38 KO) Pre-fight  record 27–1–0 (10 KO)
5 ft 5 12 in (166 cm) Height 5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Eight-division World champion Recognition WBO-Welterweight champion

The Pacman sweats it out fair and square and made a name the world will remembered most in a century’s to come. – Paquito