Predictions for Pacquiao-Broner: Who will win.
He never let up. He really took command in the third round when he split Matthysse’s guard with a powerful left uppercut to score a knockdown. I remember my first fight here in the U.S. was at MGM Grand. I will never forget that moment and now I get to come back here and do it again. What happened in the Juan Manuel Marquez fight will not happen again.I have something to prove to everyone about what that means. Floyd Mayweather came face-to-face with Manny Pacquiao at an NBA game on Tuesday — begging the question.According to the top guy at Showtime Sports, he’s serious as a heart attack.Entertainment Inc. are requesting this consent on behalf of their affiliates. The 40-year-old Pacquiao knows he’s in the final act of his career. Weighing only 98 pounds, he needed to put rocks in his pocket just so he could weigh in high enough to fight in the minimumweight division. A helper set a few pieces of chicken in front of Pacquiao and a small plate of dried fish to go with the rice and beef he had already half finished. Five days before his crossroads fight with Adrien Broner, Pacquaio was on his normal routine of five meals a day totaling 7-8,000 calories, almost all of which he’ll burn off in the day’s workouts. It’s why he was at the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood a few hours later, pounding the mitts of trainer Freddie Roach before piling in a caravan of vehicles to head down the interstate to Las Vegas and what he hopes will be a spectacular night in the familiar MGM Grand arena ring. More importantly the fire is still there and so is the speed.” He made several hundred million dollars fighting, much of which he’s given away to others in the Philippines. There’s a 2009 trophy for fighter of the year from the Boxing Writers of America and an ESPY from the same year, a reminder that it’s been a decade since some of the glory of his past. Pacquiao has relied on his natural speed and power for a remarkable 24 years in a pro career that began at 16. There’s speculation Pacquiao might one day hold that office, and he says he’s devoted to his work in politics and his work in fighting poverty in the Philippines. Boxing is a brutal sport, and long-term exposure usually isn’t good for your health. He wants to knock Broner out not only to set up a possible rematch with Pacquiao but to show he’s still got fight in him. He was soaking wet as he came in the front door of his home to meet, back from his run with a white towel wrapped around his neck. Many would make the trip with Manny, others would come to Las Vegas later, hoping to get one of the 1,000 or so tickets that Pacquiao bought for his followers for the fight. For now, at least, time is frozen as he tries to will himself into the fighter he was a decade ago. It was time to break camp, time to settle into the routine of fight week. I’ve trained so hard and I want everyone to know that I play around a lot, but when that bell rings, I’m going to be ready.I cannot fly without wings, but I can bring the belt back to the Philippines. This is the hardest I’ve seen him train and it will be seen in the ring Saturday night” Manny is looking really good and is in tremendous shape. Boxing is my passion, and public service is my mission. He’s had countless fighters and built strong relationships. When Roach told James Toney to retire, he says Toney told him “to go fuck myself.” When he said the same to Bernard Hopkins, he says Hopkins told him, “You just lost your check.” One day, Roach says, he will say the same to Pacquiao, when he doesn’t see the same work output before a fight, or notices signs of physical diminishment. “If I live that long,” he adds. That will depend both on how Pacquiao performs and how certain Mayweather is that he would win again. Maybe 30 people hang out in the kitchen and the living room, nearby the painting of Pacquiao made to look like Bruce Lee and the staircase that features a series of framed pictures of knockout shots, one for each step. Everyone who knows me, knows that all I have in this world in my word, and I don’t break it for nobody. When I was a schoolboy, Brown was one of my first boxing heroes, and there he was in front of me, just a few rounds short of the final bell — a melancholy privilege I cherish. We knew him as cautious and slow to speak when talking about boxing in English.
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Boxing: Manny Pacquiao, Adrien Broner on Weight for Welterweight Championship.
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Broner on Pacquiao: ‘He’s been to sleep before’.
He never thought he’d fight until age 40—“never,” he says.This is his second such session since he landed in L.A., and there are moments where he looks sharp, like vintage Pacquiao; moments where he looks sluggish, like someone who just flew halfway across the world; and moments where he looks, well, like a boxer who turned 40 a few months back. There’s the hope that perhaps he can summon some of his old magic, countered by the concern that he’s even trying to, the risks being what they are. They did not work together for Pacquiao’s last fight, though, a knockout win over Lucas Matthysse last July, which marked the boxer’s first stoppage victory in almost nine years. Granted, such age-defying feats are found in other spheres of excellence. Roach has been there, as trainer of record, for most of it — until July 2017, when Pacquiao fought Jeff Horn in Australia. “I kept telling Manny that it wouldn’t work,” Roach said recently during an interview at his Wild Card Boxing gym in Los Angeles, “that the political thing was messing us up. Hear the answer from Manny’s camp in Defiant: The Manny Pacquiao Obsession, only on SI TV. In July 2017, Roach worked Pacquiao’s corner against Jeff Horn in Australia. Thirty-four of the people killed were journalists, including many from General Santos City. Hear the answer from Manny’s camp in Defiant: The Manny Pacquiao Obsession, only on SI TV. He’s pointing at his hair, specifically the random gray strands near his temples and behind his head. After his knockout loss to Juan Manuel Marquez in 2012, Pacquiao came back to action with a unanimous decision win against Brandon Rios in Macau after 11 months. The next day he would be inducted into the International Boxing Hall Of Fame, more than a quarter century after the last of his 184 professional bouts, a final bask in the limelight for a virtually forgotten man. With Pacquiao that’s usually a tell, a sign that he’s ready. Adrien Broner, once a world champion, eyes redemption vs. Manny Pacquiao, right, dominated Lucas Matthysse in his return to the ring with a seventh-round knockout victory Sunday in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He’s clearly slipped from that peak – though so has Broner.