Thursday, December 1, 2011


There's a buzz that the Filipino icon and #1 pound-for-pound fighter Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao will fight against the American fighter Floyd 'The Money' Mayweather Jr this coming 5 of May 2012.

Here's a video of Mayweather calls out Pacquiao, prior to his fight with the WBC welterweight champion Victor Ortiz.

"We only want to fight the biggest and the best out there, and Manny Pacquiao, yes, you're next," - Floyd Mayweather
And here's another video of 'The Money' telling the world that he's ready to fight Manny Pacquiao on the 5th of May 2012.

"May 5th, let's make the fight. I'm here, I'm waiting! What's going on? You said you're a clean athlete, and you said you would take the tests and all that. Well, let's do it!" - Floyd Mayweather Jr.
“If you want honesty, I’m going to give it to you. Marquez fought Pacquiao three times. Marquez beat Pacquiao three times.” - Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

Though it's like an impossible match, but I still wish - along with the millions of boxing fans worldwide, that the said superfight between Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao and Floyd 'Money' Mayweather will materialize. Fingers-crossed. =)

Sunday, November 13, 2011

PACQUIAO vs MARQUEZ III : Judges Score Cards Snapshot

The image above is the snapshot of the official judges' score cards of last night's controversial fight between the 2 great fighters, Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao of the Philippines and Juan Manuel 'Dinamita' Marquez of Mexico.

Though that was a close fight, but I firmly believed that Pacman has an advantage of the said controversial fight. However, if Marquez is much aggressive since the match begins and make Pacman on his knees, then that's another story.

The decision is final. Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao wins by majority decision and still the WBO Welterweight Champion of the World.

And hats-off to Marquez for showing to the world that he's one of the great fighter and a gentleman.

The numbers on Pacquiao vs Marquez scorecards will tell the truth the decision along side with the 3 judges; Robert Hoyle, Dave Moretti and Glenn Trowbridge.

So what's next, Pacquiao vs Marquez IV or Pacman vs Mayweather? =)


Thursday, September 22, 2011


Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao versus Juan Manuel Marquez
The Mega-Match-up between the Filipino icon, Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao and the Mexican fighter, Juan Manuel Marquez for the third time for the WBO welterweight title will be held on 12 November 2011 at MGM Grand, Las Vegas.

The Filipino pound-for-pound king, Manny Pacquiao will be taking the Mexican fighter, Juan Marquez for the 3rd time. Their first match on the ring five years ago was ruled a draw, while in their second meeting was an exciting split-decision, in favor of the Filipino fighter.

The video above is just a part of their first Pacman-Marquez boxing match.


This is going to be an exciting rematch for the 3rd time between Pacquiao and Marquez. Both fighters wants to prove to the world who really has the right to hold the World Boxing Organization's welterweight belt.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Manny Pacman Pacquiao vs Sugar Shane Mosley Replay Videos

Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley replay videos. View how Pacman swallowed Mosley during their 12 rounds WBO welterweight fight that held last Saturday at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas.

As of this moment the video above are not that clear, but I'll definitely update the videos of Pacquiao vs Mosley WBO welterweight championship bout once high-definition (HD) videos are available.

You can also subscribe on PACMANNY for more updates.

link: filtv257

PACMAN Pranks Floyd Mayweather Jr.

On a light note, see the video above on how Manny Pacquiao retaliate on Floyd Mayweather Jr. drug test issue against him. :)

Pacquiao Keeps WBO Welterweight Crown Against Mosley

Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao keeps WBO welterweight crown against American Shane Mosley, during 12 round WBO title bout last Saturday at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas.

Pacman used his speed and power to send Mosley on the canvas on the 3rd round, that make the American just goes circles through their remaining bout. Although at 10th round the American send Pacquiao to the canvas but not through his punching prowess, but by pushing the Pacman.

Manny Pacquiao wins via unanimous decision against Shane Mosley. The judges scored the bout 119-108, 120-108 and 120-107, all in favor of the Filipino fighter.

Artwork by Paokski

Saturday, April 30, 2011

I'm ready (to fight) right now! - Pacquiao

Hollywood (Thursday Night)
After his training at the Wild Card Gym, the Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao, along with his supporters in a convoy of six vehicles, proceeded to the show of Jimmy Kimmel.

"I'm ready (to fight) right now," Pacquiao answered when Jimmy Kimmel, the American talk-show host asked him about his preparations on May 7 upcoming fight. Pacquiao will fight to defend his WBO Welterweight crown against the American-African Shane Mosley.

But he backed a bit, when the host asked him if he will knock out Mosley. He said he only wants to give boxing fans "a good fight".

During the packed show last Thursday, Pacman did not sing to his fans but cuts from his debut CD single/DVD in the United States were played, including his version of “Sometimes When We Touch,” the 1977 smash hit of Canadian Dan Hill. The CD was done in collaboration with Hill and the song’s original producers.

At the same time, Pacquiao also managed to make a pitch for his own line of perfume, the MP scent.

This is Pacman's fourth appearance on the said show. The first one was in November 2009 before his fight against Miguel Cotto, and also the time where Pacquiao sang John Lennon's "Imagine".

Monday, April 25, 2011

PACQUIAO vs MOSLEY : Tale of the Tape


Nicknames : Pac-Man / Fighting Pride of the Philippines / The Mexicutioner / Pambansang Kamao (National Fist)
Nationality : Filipino
Birth Date : 17 December 1978
Hometown : General Santos City, Philippines
Height : 5 ft 6.5"
Reach : 67"
Chest Normal : 38"
Chest Expanded : 40.5"
Biceps : 13"
Forearm : 13"
Waist : 28"
Thigh : 20"
Calf : 15"
Neck : 16"
Wrist : 8"
Fist : 10"
Stance : Southpaw
Records: 52-3-2, 38 KOs

- Natural left-hander with good skills, speed and movement.
- Tremendous punching power in both hands.
- Shown great improvement in his right hook.
- Physically strong.
- Always in top condition.
- Experienced against top opposition.



Nickname : Sugar
Nationality : African-American
Birth Date : 7 September 1971
Hometown : Los Angeles, California
Height : 5' 9"
Reach : 74"
Chest Normal : 39"
Chest Expanded : 42"
Biceps : 14"
Forearm : 11.5"
Waist : 31"
Thigh : 22"
Calf : 13.25"
Neck : 16.5"
Wrist : 6.25"
Fist : 11.5"
Stance : Orthodox
Records : 46-6-1, 39 KOs

- Good offensive and defensive skills.
- Quick reflexes, good mobility, and excellent stamina.
- Stiff jab, punches in combinations.
- A good counterpuncher.
- Experienced against top opposition.