Filipino boxing great Manny Pacquiao starts his real training in Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles in preparation for his defense of the World Boxing Organization welterweight crown against Juan Manual Marquez on November 12 in Las Vegas.
The team Pacquiao, including trainer and Wild Card owner Freddie Roach, arrived at the Los Angeles International Airport early evening of Saturday (Sunday in Manila) from the first stop of training that lasted three weeks under the cold and often rainy Baguio City. (more)
POUND-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao’s love for Baguio goes beyond his training and extends to helping those in need.
Days for their departure for the United States (US), Pacquiao said he will be returning sometime November to finalize a fun run he has been planning with Baguio runners to raise funds for Baguio’s victims of typhoons. (more)
BAGUIO CITY — Even without the megabuck Pacquiao–Mayweather bout, the eight-time weight division’s camp will not likely face any opponent whose caliber cannot match the pound-for-pound champion.
News that super lightweight champ Timothy Ray Bradley Jr. would be Pacquiao’s next opponent this May, unless Floyd Jr. finally agrees to one of the greatest match in history, hardly caused a stir in the training camp. (more)
A DIFFERENT Manny Pacquiao will step inside the ring come November 12, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Vowing he would no longer be compassionate inside the ring, Pacquiao said he is hungry for a knock out and vows to be ruthless when he faces Juan Manuel Marquez for the third time in their World Boxing Organization welterweight clash. (more)
DESPITE suffering leg cramps the during his early morning workout Monday morning, Manny Pacquiao’s training regimen continued Tuesday morning at the Burnham Park where he ran four times.
Although Pacquiao just shook off his left leg cramps, conditioning coach Alex Ariza said he’s a little bit concerned for the pound-for-pound boxing icon who is on his third week of training for his November 12 fight. (more)