Manny Pacquiao, tinalikuran na ang boxing: "My boxing career is over"

Manny Pacquiao, tinalikuran na ang boxing: "My boxing career is over"

- Sen. Manny Pacquiao just declared that his boxing career is over and he is finally hanging up his boxing gloves

- The 42-year old senator revealed this in Toni Gonzaga's "Toni Talks" vlog

- Pacquiao said that he has been boxing for a very long time and his family has been telling him that he should retire

- He also said that he only keeps on fighting because he is passionate about boxing

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Manny Pacquiao has just openly declared that his boxing career is over, making his fight with Yordenis Ugas of Cuba as the last professional boxing match of the world champion.

Manny Pacquiao, tinalikuran na ang boxing: "My boxing career is over"
Photo: Manny Pacquiao (@mannypacquiao)
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"My boxing career is over," declared the senator in his interview with Toni Gonzaga in the latter's Toni Talks on YouTube.

"I've been boxing for a very long time. My family has long been saying that I should retire already. I just kept on fighting because I'm passionate about the sport," said Pacman.

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Pacquiao has been boxing for 26 years and he may have felt that now is the right time to finally say goodbye to the sport.

The senator has just also announced that he would be running for President in the 2022 elections.

It was in 1995 that the senator started fighting professionally.

Manny Pacquiao is a senator of the Philippines. He is also a world-boxing champion. He is married to Jinkee Pacquiao.

Cristy Fermin recently reacted to Jinkee Pacquiao’s lengthy post dedicated to her husband, Sen. Manny Pacquiao. In the said post, Jinkee expressed her full support to the senator after announcing his presidential bid. Nanay Cristy, however, believes that Jinkee’s touching post written in English was made by an admin. The talk show host furthermore clarified that she was not criticizing Jinkee’s fluency in English.

Cristy Fermin recently discussed Sen. Manny Pacquiao’s 2016 remark about the LGBTQ+ community. In the latest episode of Cristy Ferminute, the talk show host aired an honest commentary on the senator’s past “mas masahol pa sa hayop” controversial statement. During the program, Nanay Cristy recapped Sen. Manny’s clarifications on the said matter in his guesting on Toni Talks.


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