Jimuel Pacquiao shares why he wants Manny Pacquiao to retire from boxing

Jimuel Pacquiao shares why he wants Manny Pacquiao to retire from boxing

- Jimuel Pacquiao admitted that he wants his father, Manny Pacquiao to retire from boxing

- According to the amateur boxer, if he could hide his dad's boxing gloves permanently, he would do so

- Jimuel prefers Manny tofocus on other things such as politics and their family

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Jimuel Pacquiao, the son of world-famous boxing champion Manny Pacquiao shared that he wants his father to retire from boxing.

KAMI learned from PEP that the amateur boxer would prefer if his dad would focus on other things instead, such as politics or their family.

In an interview, he said:

Actually me, personally din, kasi the sports is scary nga, and he’s not getting [younger], it would be okay for me if he would retire.

However, Jimuel said that in the end, it would still be Manny's choice. He added:

But for me lang, it’s not... it’s like nga na it’s his choice, so I support him kahit ano ang kanyang desisyon.

When asked if he would be taking over the boxing scene, he said:

Well, depende pa rin, kasi ngayon po, amateur pa rin ako. Kapag naging professional na po.

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In a previous report by KAMI, Jimuel Pacquiao reacts to bashers accusing his girlfriend Heaven Peralejo of being 'gold digger'.

Jimuel's father, Manny Pacquiao tied the knot with Jinkee Pacquiao on May 10, 2000. They have five kids – including Jimuel, Michael Stephen, Mary Divine Grace (Princess), Queen Elizabeth (Queenie) and Israel. The boxer-politician’s next opponent could be Keith Thurman, Floyd Mayweather Jr., or Shawn Porter.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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