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Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao ( , /pa'kjaw/ in Cebuano and Tagalog, also in Bikol; born December 17, 1978), more commonly known as Manny Pacquiao, is a Filipinomarker professional boxer.

He is currently the WBO welterweight world champion, IBO and Ring Magazine light welterweight champion, and is rated by Ring Magazine as the #1 pound-for-pound boxer in the world.

He is also the former WBC lightweight world champion, WBC super featherweight world champion, IBF super bantamweight world champion, and WBC flyweight world champion. Furthermore, he is the former Ring Magazine featherweight and super featherweight champion.

The Filipino boxing superstar is the first boxer to win seven world titles in seven different weight divisions. In addition, he is the only boxer to win the lineal championship ("the man who beat the man") in four different weight classes. Aside from being a boxer, Pacquiao has participated in politics, acting, filmmaking, and music recording.

Personal life

Pacquiao was born in Kibawe, Bukidnonmarker, Mindanaomarker and currently resides in his home town General Santos Citymarker, South Cotabatomarker, Philippinesmarker. He is married to Jinkee Pacquiao, and they have four children. Pacquiao received only an elementary school education. Recently, he took a high school equivalency exam, which he passed. He is also a military reservist with the rank of sergeant major.

Boxing career

Early career

Pacquiao started his professional boxing career when he was just 16 years of age and weighed 106 pounds (light flyweight). His early fights took place in small local venues and were shown on Vintage Sports' Blow by Blow, an evening boxing show. His professional debut was a four round bout against Edmund "Enting" Ignacio, on January 22, 1995, which Pacquiao won via decision, becoming an instant star of the program. Close friend Mark Penaflorida's death in 1994 spurred the young Pacquiao to pursue a professional boxing career.

His weight increased from 106 to 113 pounds, before losing in his twelfth bout against Rustico Torrecampo via a third round knockout. Pacquiao had not made the weight, so he was forced to use heavier gloves than Torrecampo, thereby putting him at a disadvantage.

Shortly after the Torrecampo fight, Pacquiao settled at 112 pounds, winning the WBC flyweight world title (his first major boxing world title as well as the flyweight lineal title) over Chatchai Sasakul by way of knockout in the eighth round. However, Pacquiao lost the title in his second defense against Medgoen Singsurat, also known as Medgoen 3K Battery, via a third round knockout. The bout was held in Nakhon Si Thammaratmarker, Thailandmarker. Technically, Pacquiao lost the belt at the scales, as he surpassed the weight limit of 112 pounds.

Following his loss to Singsurat, Pacquiao gained weight anew. This time, Pacquiao went to the super bantamweight division of 122 pounds, where he picked up the WBC International super bantamweight title. He defended this title five times before his chance for a world title fight came.

Pacquiao's big break came on June 23, 2001, against former IBF super bantamweight world champion Lehlohonolo Ledwaba. Pacquiao stepped into the fight as a late replacement and won the fight by technical knockout to become the new IBF super bantamweight world champion (his second major boxing world title). The bout was held at the MGM Grand Las Vegasmarker, in Las Vegasmarker, Nevadamarker. Pacquiao went on to defend this title four times, aided by his expert training from Freddie Roach at the Wild Card Gym.

First fight with Barrera

Pacquiao with his trainer Freddie Roach at Pacquiao's Christmas and birthday bash, Los Angeles, California
On November 15, 2003, Pacquiao faced Marco Antonio Barrera at the Alamodomemarker, San Antonio, Texasmarker, in a fight that many consider to have defined his career. Pacquiao, moving up in weight and in his first fight ever in the featherweight division, brought his power with him and defeated Barrera via technical knockout in the eleventh round.

Although this bout was not recognized as a title fight by any sanctioning bodies, after his victory Pacquiao was crowned Ring Magazine featherweight champion (as well as the lineal featherweight champion), and he held that title until relinquishing it in 2005.

First fight with Márquez

Only six months after Pacquiao's win over Mexican legend Barrera, Pacquiao went on to challenge another highly respected Mexican boxer in Juan Manuel Márquez, who at the time held both the World Boxing Association (WBA) and International Boxing Federation (IBF) featherweight world titles. The fight took place at the MGM Grand Las Vegas, on May 8, 2004, and after twelve rounds the bout was scored a draw, which proved to be a controversial decision that outraged both camps.

In the first round Márquez was caught cold, as he was knocked down three times by a more lively Pacquiao. However, Márquez showed great heart to recover from the early knockdowns, and went on to win the majority of rounds thereafter. This was largely due to Márquez's counterpunch style, which he managed to effectively utilize against the aggressive style of Pacquiao. At the end of a very close fight, the final scores were 115–110 for Márquez, 115–110 for Pacquiao, and 113–113. One of the judges (who scored the bout 113–113) later admitted to making an error on the scorecards, because he had scored the first round as "10–7" in favor of Pacquiao instead of the standard "10–6" for a three-knockdown round. Consequently, both parties felt they had done enough to win the fight.

First fight with Morales

Pacquiao once again moved up in weight class, from 126 to 130 pounds, to fight another Mexican legend, three division world champion Érik Morales. The fight took place on March 19, 2005, at the MGM Grand Las Vegas. However, this time around, in his first fight at super featherweight, Pacquiao lost the twelve round match by a unanimous decision from the judges.

WBC International Super Featherweight title

On September 10, 2005, Manny Pacquiao fought Héctor Velázquez at Staples Centermarker in Los Angeles, Californiamarker. He knocked Velázquez out in six rounds to capture the WBC International super featherweight title, which he went on to defend five times. On the same day, his rival, Erik Morales, fought against Zahir Raheem. However, Morales fought a lackluster performance, losing to Raheem via unanimous decision.

Second fight with Morales

The much anticipated rematch between Pacquiao and Morales happened on January 21, 2006, at the Thomas and Mack Centermarker in Las Vegas. During the fight, Morales escaped being knocked down twice, once during the second round by holding onto the ropes, and once in the sixth round by falling on the referee's body. Pacquiao eventually knocked Morales out in the tenth round, which was the first time Morales had been knocked out in his boxing career.

Oscar Larios

On July 2, 2006, Pacquiao successfully defended his WBC International super featherweight title against Óscar Larios, a two-time super bantamweight champion, who had moved up two weight divisions in order to challenge Pacquiao. Pacquiao won the fight via unanimous decision, knocking down Larios two times during the twelve round bout, which was held at the Araneta Coliseummarker in Quezon Citymarker, Philippines. The three judges scored the fight at 117-110, 118-108, and 120-106, all in favor of Pacquiao.

Third fight with Morales

Pacquiao fighting Érik Morales in their third match
Pacquiao and Morales fought for a third time (with the series tied 1-1) on November 18, 2006. Witnessed by a near record crowd of 18,276, the match saw Pacquiao defeating Morales via a third round knockout at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.

After the Pacquiao–Morales rubber match, Bob Arum, Pacquiao's main promoter, announced that Manny had returned his signing bonus check back to Golden Boy Promotions, signaling intentions to stay with Top Rank. This resulted in Golden Boy Promotions' decision to sue Pacquiao over contractual breaches.

At the end of 2006, he was named by both HBO and Ring Magazine as the "Fighter of the Year", with HBO also naming him as the most exciting fighter of the year.

Jorge Solis

After a failed promotional negotiation with Marco Antonio Barrera's camp, Bob Arum chose Jorge Solís as Pacquiao's next opponent among several fighters that Arum offered him to fight as a replacement. The bout was held in San Antonio, Texasmarker, on April 14, 2007. In the sixth round of the bout, an accidental headbutt occurred, giving Pacquiao a cut under his left eyebrow. The fight ended in the eighth round when Pacquiao knocked Solis down twice; with Solis barely beating the count after the second knockdown, the referee (who was also a doctor) was prompted to stop the fight. The victory raised Pacquiao's win–loss–draw record to 44–3–2, with 34 knockouts.

Rematch with Barrera

On June 29, 2007, it was announced that Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions agreed to settle their lawsuit, meaning the long-awaited rematch with Marco Antonio Barrera would occur despite being the #1 contender for the super featherweight title of Juan Manuel Márquez.

Since Bob Arum was out on a vacation, Golden Boy Promotions chief executive, Richard Schaefer, politely declined to discuss Pacquiao’s purse for the October 6, 2007, rematch with Marco Antonio Barrera (at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casinomarker in Las Vegas). However, Pacquiao was likely to get a purse of 5 million dollars, plus possibly a share of the pay-per-view rights. Pacquiao defeated Barrera in their rematch via an easy unanimous decision. In the eleventh round, Pacquiao's punch caused a deep cut under Barrera's right eye. Barrera retaliated with an illegal punch on the break that dazed Pacquiao but also caused the referee to deduct a point from Barrera. Two judges scored the bout 118–109, whereas the third scored it 115–112.

Other events

In The Ring Magazine, Pacquiao (45–3–2) remained at the top of the junior lightweight division (130 pounds). He had been in the ratings for 108 weeks. Pacquiao was also at No. 2 in the pound-for-pound category behind former welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr.

On November 13, 2007, he was honored by the WBC as Champ Emeritus during its 45th Annual World Convention held at the Manila Hotelmarker.

On November 20, 2007, José Nuñez, manager of WBO super featherweight champion Joan Guzmán, accused Pacquiao's handler Bob Arum of evading a match between the two boxers to protect Pacquiao. Guzmán went as far as to directly call out Pacquiao at the postfight press conference of the Pacquiao–Barrera rematch in front of a stunned crowd at the Mandalay Bay Events Centermarker's media room in Las Vegas.

The 240 member House of Representatives of the Philippines, on August 7, 2008, issued a Resolution, sponsored by South Cotabatomarker Rep. Darlene Antonino-Custodio, which recognized Pacquiao as "a people’s champ" — "for his achievements and in appreciation of the honor and inspiration he has been bringing... to the Filipino people." He received a plaque from Speaker Prospero Nograles.

On July, 2008, it was announced that Pacquiao would be the flag bearer of the Philippines at the 2008 Summer Olympics. He became the first Filipino Olympic non-participant to be Team Philippines’ flag-bearer during the August 8 opening ceremonies of the 2008 Summer Olympics at the Beijing National Stadiummarker. Swimmer Miguel Molina, 2005 Southeast Asian Games’ Best Male Athlete, yielded the honor to Pacquiao, upon Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's request to national sports officials on the Philippines at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Rematch with Márquez

Pacquiao fighting Juan Manuel Márquez in their second bout
On March 15, 2008, in a rematch against Juan Manuel Márquez called "Unfinished Business", Pacquiao won via a disputed split decision. The fight was held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. With victory, Pacquiao won the WBC and Ring Magazine super featherweight belts (as well as the lineal junior lightweight title), making him the first Filipino to win three major world titles in three different weight divisions (Pacquiao was a former WBC flyweight champion and former IBF super bantamweight champion). However, with his Ring Magazine featherweight belt, Pacquiao had de facto won four world titles in four different weight classes at this point.

The fight was a close hard fought battle, during which both fighters received cuts. Throughout the fight Márquez landed the most punches at a higher percentage; however, the decisive factor proved to be a third round knockdown, wherein Márquez was floored by a Pacquiao left hook. At the end of the fight, the judges' scores were 115-112 for Pacquiao, 115-112 for Márquez, and 114-113 for Pacquiao.

In the post-fight press conference, Márquez’s camp called for an immediate rematch. In addition, Richard Schaefer, Golden Boy Promotions CEO, offered a 6 million dollar guarantee to Pacquiao for a rematch. However, Pacquiao ruled out a third clash with Márquez, stating: "I don't think so. This business is over." The reason that Pacquiao did not want a rematch was because he intended to move up to the lightweight division, in order to challenge David Díaz, the reigning WBC lightweight world champion at that time. Díaz won the majority decision over Ramón Montano that night as an undercard of the "Unfinished Business" fight.

WBC Lightweight title

On June 28, 2008, at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Pacquiao defeated David Díaz via ninth round knockout, to become the WBC lightweight world champion. With the victory, Pacquiao became the only Filipino and Asian boxer to win five world titles in five different weight classes, and also became the first Filipino fighter to ever win a world title at lightweight. During the fight, which Pacquiao dominated, Díaz was cut badly on his right eye in the fourth round. After the bout, Díaz acknowledged Pacquiao's superior hand speed, stating: "It was his speed. It was all his speed. I could see the punches perfectly, but he was just too fast."

Bob Arum reported that the fight had made 12.5 million dollars (250,000 pay-per-view subscriptions at $49.95 each), earning Díaz his best payday of 850,000 dollars, whilst Pacquiao earned at least 3 million dollars. Official records revealed an attendance of 8,362 (out of a maximum capacity of 12,000).

Holding both the WBC super featherweight and lightweight titles following the win, Pacquiao decided to vacate his super featherweight title in July 2008.

Pacquiao vs. De La Hoya

On December 6, 2008, Pacquiao faced Oscar De La Hoya at the MGM Grand Las Vegasmarker, in a fight called "The Dream Match". Pacquiao dominated the fight for eight rounds, forcing De La Hoya's corner to throw in the towel before the start of the ninth round, awarding Pacquiao the win via technical knockout. Pacquiao was ahead on all three judges' scorecards before the stoppage, with two judges scoring the fight at 80-71 and one scoring it at 79-72. Moreover, Pacquiao landed 224 out of 585 punches, whilst De La Hoya landed only 83 out of 402 punches. After the bout, trainer Freddie Roach stated: "We knew we had him after the first round. He had no legs, he was hesitant and he was shot." The fight would be De La Hoya's last, as he announced his retirement from boxing shortly after.

Presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Top Rank, Inc., the bout was scheduled as a twelve round, non-title fight contested at the 147 pound welterweight limit. Although Pacquiao went into the fight widely recognized as the leading pound-for-pound boxer in the world, some boxing pundits had speculated that 147 pounds could be too far above his natural weight against the larger De La Hoya.

Pacquiao received 15 to 30 million dollars (share of the pay-per-view), plus a guaranteed amount.

Tickets reportedly sold out just hours after they went on sale. Moreover, the total gate revenue for the fight was said to be nearly 17 million dollars, making it the second largest gate revenue in boxing history.

Pacquiao vs. Hatton

On May 2, 2009, Pacquiao defeated Ricky Hatton to claim the IBO and Ring Magazine light welterweight titles (as well as the lineal light welterweight title), at the MGM Grand Las Vegas, in a fight billed as "The Battle of the East and West".

The fight was originally placed in jeopardy due to disputes with both camps over the fight purse money. Eventually, the money issue was settled and the fight went on as scheduled. HBO aired the contest.

Pacquiao started the fight strong, knocking down a sluggish Hatton twice in the first round. A somewhat shaken Hatton beat the count, only to be saved by the bell seconds later. In the second round Hatton seemed to have recovered, as he stalked Pacquiao for most of the round. However, with less than ten seconds remaining in the second round, Hatton was knocked out cold by a sharp left hook, prompting the referee to award Pacquiao the win by knockout (at 2:59 of the round).

Pacquiao vs. Cotto

The fight was held on November 14th, 2009 at the MGM Grand Garden Arenamarker in Las Vegas, Nevadamarker, United Statesmarker. Manny Pacquiao defeated Miguel Cotto via twelfth round technical knockout (TKO), to become the first fighter in boxing history to win seven world titles in seven different weight divisions.

The fight generated 1.25 million buys and 70 million dollars in domestic pay-per-view revenue, making it the most watched boxing event of 2009.

Political career

Pacquiao has said he will enter politics after he ends his boxing career. He quietly visited the Philippine Commission on Elections, escorted by Arnold "Ali" Atienza (son of then-Manila Mayor Lito Atienza), to transfer his residence from General Santos City to Manila. This fueled speculations that he may seek an elective post in the nation's capital, which even gave him the title "Adopted Son" after he won his earlier bouts.

His name was once mentioned as a possible vice-mayoralty candidate to the younger Atienza when the latter sought the city's highest post in the 2007 elections, but this did not pan out after Sen. Panfilo Lacson, then the leading candidate for Manila mayor, backed out for contentions regarding Lacson's residency issues (in which Pacquiao also had such issues).

Being known as an Arroyo supporter, his name is also being floated as a candidate of the Lakas-CMD party for the mayoralty race of General Santos Citymarker against incumbent Mayor Pedro Acharon. Instead, he was recently sworn-in as a member of the Liberal Party under the Atienza wing, thus further fueling his political ambition.

On February 12, 2007, the famed boxer announced that he was running for congress representing South Cotabato. His decision however easily turned off both his fans and the general public. Election experts stressed that as Pacquiao insists on participating in his next professional boxing match, he will immerse himself into a legal conflict regarding campaign exposure, especially since the match will be televised nationwide. Aside from that, COMELEC commissioner Benjamin Abalos mentioned a possible legal entanglement could ruin Pacquiao's candidacy because he already registered himself as a Manila resident months before.

Numerous sports personalities and analysts around the Philippines expressed that Pacquiao should think seriously and deeply about his sports career, which could potentially be destroyed by the dirty world of politics. On February 24, 2007, in Cebu Citymarker, Pacquiao was booed by thousands of spectators as his presence was acknowledged by the organizers of The Battle of Cebu, a WBO-sanctioned boxing festival. The embarrassment later led to confusing statements made by then-Manila Mayor Lito Atienza that the famed fighter would withdraw. The negative sentiment among Cebuanos over Pacquiao's political aspiration was felt even before the "The Battle of Cebu" was held because at least one citizen's comment got published by local newspaper Sun Star.

In relation to the Pacquiao's April 14 fight with Jorge Solis, the political opposition stated that they would not press for a ban on the broadcasting of the match despite its potential to violate election campaign rules. Although he won over Solis, Pacquiao's appeal diminished most likely due to his political ambition. His last fight attracted noticeably smaller audiences, and his performance was considered by many as disappointing. Some election candidates even turned the Pacquiao–Solis match into campaign gigs. Over at General Santos City, Diocese of Marbel spokesman Fr. Angel Buenavides considered President Arroyo's endorsement of Pacquiao as a "curse" because constituents in the area have strong anti-Arroyo sentiments.

On May 17, 2007, Pacquiao suffered a lopsided election defeat to incumbent representative Darlene Antonino-Custodio, with a deficit of approximately 37,000 votes according to the NAMFREL tally. Meanwhile, WBC head José Sulaimán stated that Pacquiao "doesn’t appear to be having the same dynamic impact at the ballot box, as he does in the ringed square." The defeat became a depressing matter for the boxer himself because he lost a huge sum of money when his supporters allegedly funneled campaign funds to their own pockets. Pacquiao's personal money was part of the campaign budget. Ironically, Pacquiao's fans rejoiced over his defeat. Some even declared his loss as a "victory" for boxing. On May 20, 2007, Manny Pacquiao formally conceded to congresswoman Antonino-Custodio, vowing to return to boxing and spend more time with his family.

In August 2007, Pacquiao filed a P30-million libel suit against four journalists of the Manila Bulletin due to an article which stated that he "is reported to be a compulsive gambler and is known to bet hundreds of thousand in casinos, cockfighting, and billiards." The case was later dismissed via "affidavit of desistance", and Pacquiao stated that pursuing the case would only cause inconvenience to him and his family.

On September 1, 2008, Pacquiao was sworn by Secretary Ronaldo Puno, as member of Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino (Kampi). Pacquiao officially announced that he is retiring in August 2009, and will be running again in the Philippine general election, 2010.

In popular culture

A film based on Pacquiao's life, Pacquiao: The Movie, was released on June 21, 2006, featuring Filipino actor Jericho Rosales as Manny Pacquiao and was directed by Joel Lamangan. The film flopped at the box office, grossing a total of only P4,812,191 (approximately US$99,322), as confirmed by Lamangan. In 2008, Pacquiao starred with Ara Mina and Valerie Concepcion in his latest action movie titled "Anak ng Kumander". The movie was not a commercial success and was panned by critics.

Pacquiao stars in an upcoming superhero/comedy film entitled Wapakman. Although it is set to be released during the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival, the film faces a risk of being banned from the event due to a COMELEC ruling that prohibits political candidates (Pacquiao is bent on running for a congressional seat in Saranganimarker in 2010) from appearing on movies.

Pacquiao is featured in the boxing video games Fight Night Round 2, Fight Night Round 3 and Fight Night Round 4. EA Sports released a limited edition demo of Fight Night Round 4, featuring Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton prior to their May 2 fight.

He became the first Filipino athlete to appear on a postage stamp.

With his popularity, various business sectors have solicited Manny Pacquiao's help in endorsing their products through commercial advertisements in print and in broadcast media. These include detergents, medicines, foods, garments, telecommunications, and even a political ad for Chavit Singson during the May 14, 2007, elections. His most acclaimed commercials yet were for Nikemarker's "Fast Forward" campaign (along side Kobe Bryant, Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Liu Xiang) and for San Miguel Beer with Jet Li and Érik Morales.

On April 12, 2007, the COMELEC canceled his commercial appearances in accordance with existing Philippine election laws. Airing of the commercials resumed after the elections.

Upon the expiration of his contract with ABS-CBN, he signed up with GMA Network as an actor on September 2007. On December 17, 2007, after finishing a movie, Pacquiao went to the GMA Network to tape his first episode of Pinoy Records.

Pacquiao briefly starred for the TV series by GMA, Carlo J. Caparas' Totoy Bato, alongside fellow actors Robin Padilla and Regine Velasquez. It was first aired in February 2009.

Pacquiao and American actor Sylvester Stallone are in plans of doing a movie. Stallone has stated interest in doing a movie with Pacquiao, who he said will be his co-star in the movie. Stallone, being a Pacquiao fan, showed interest. If the script passes and both sides agree, the film will be Pacquiao's big break to the American audience and American main stream. Plans were only confirmed and interest, thus the script is in works and confirmation as well of both sides agreements of the plot and characters are still not confirmed.

Pacquiao was also mentioned by World Wrestling Entertainment's ECW on Syfy color commentator Matt Striker in reference to Christian's tag team match with Tommy Dreamer vs. Jack Swagger and Mark Henry. Striker compares Christian's left and right punches like the speed of Pacquiao's fists.

Pacquiao has been included by Time Magazine as one of the world's most influential people for the year 2009, for his exploits in boxing and his influence among the Filipino people. Pacquiao was also included by Forbes Magazine in its annual Celebrity 100 list for the year 2009, joining Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and fellow athletes Tiger Woods and Bryant. Forbes also listed Pacquiao as the world's sixth highest-paid athlete, with a total of $40 million from the second half of 2008 to the first half of 2009. The athletes who ranked ahead of Pacquiao were Woods at number 1 spot ($110 million); Bryant, basketball legend Michael Jordan, and Formula One star Kimi Räikkönen sharing the number 2 rank ($45 million each); and football superstar David Beckham at number 5 ($42 million). Pacquiao had also won the 2009 ESPY Awards for the Best Fighter category, beating fellow boxer Shane Mosley and Brazilianmarker mixed martial arts fighter Lyoto Machida.

Professional boxing record





















50 Wins (38 knockouts, 12 decisions), 3 Defeats (2 by knockout, 1 by decision), 2 Draws [82529]
Res.
Opponent
Type
Rd., Time
Date
Location
Notes
Win Miguel Cotto
TKO 12 , 2009-11-14
MGM Grand Garden Arenamarker, Las Vegasmarker, United Statesmarker
Win Ricky Hatton
KO 2 , 2009-05-02
MGM Grand Garden Arenamarker, Las Vegasmarker, United Statesmarker
Win Oscar De La Hoya
TKO 8 , 2008-12-06
MGM Grand Garden Arenamarker, Las Vegasmarker, United Statesmarker
Win David Díaz
TKO 9 , 2008-06-28
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States
Win Juan Manuel Márquez
Decision 12 2008-03-15
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States
Win Marco Antonio Barrera
Decision 12 2007-10-06
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States
Win Jorge Solís
KO 8 , 2007-04-14
Alamodomemarker, San Antoniomarker, United States
Win Érik Morales
KO 3 , 2006-11-18
Thomas and Mack Centermarker, Las Vegas, United States
Win Óscar Larios
Decision 12 2006-07-02
Araneta Coliseummarker, Quezon Citymarker, Philippinesmarker
Win Érik Morales
TKO 10 , 2006-01-21
Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas, United States
Win Héctor Velázquez
TKO 6 , 2005-09-10
Staples Centermarker, Los Angelesmarker, United States
Loss Érik Morales
Decision 12 2005-03-19
MGM Grand Garden Arenamarker, Las Vegasmarker, United Statesmarker
Win Fahsan Por Thawatchai
TKO 4 , 2004-12-11
Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Citymarker, Philippines
Draw Juan Manuel Márquez
Draw 12 2004-05-08
MGM Grand Garden Arenamarker, Las Vegasmarker, United Statesmarker
Win Marco Antonio Barrera
TKO 11 , 2003-11-15
Alamodome, San Antonio, United States
Win Emmanuel Lucero
KO 3 , 2003-07-26
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, United States
Win Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov
TKO 5 , 2003-03-15
Rizal Parkmarker, Manilamarker, Philippines
Win Fahprakorb Rakkiatgym
KO 1 , 2002-10-26
Rizal Memorial College Gym, Davao Citymarker, Philippines
Win Jorge Eliecer Julio
TKO 2 , 2002-06-08
The Pyramidmarker, Memphismarker, United States
Draw Agapito Sánchez
Technical Draw 6 , 2001-11-10
Bill Graham Civic Auditoriummarker, San Franciscomarker, United States
Win Lehlohonolo Ledwaba
TKO 6 , 2001-06-23
MGM Grand Garden Arenamarker, Las Vegasmarker, United Statesmarker
Win Wethya Sakmuangklang
TKO 6 2001-04-28
Kidapawan Citymarker, Cotabatomarker, Philippines
Win Tetsutora Senrima
TKO 5 2001-02-24
Manila, Philippines
Win Nedal Hussein
TKO 10 , 2000-10-14
Ynares Centermarker, Antipolo Citymarker, Philippines
Win Seung-Kon Chae
TKO 1 , 2000-06-28
Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
Win Arnel Barotillo
KO 4 2000-03-04
Ninoy Aquino Stadiummarker, Manila, Philippines
Win Reynante Jamili
KO 2 1999-12-18
Elorde Sports Complex, Parañaque Citymarker, Philippines
Loss Medgoen Singsurat
KO 3 1999-09-17
Pakpanag Metropolitan Stadium, Nakhon Si Thammaratmarker, Thailandmarker
Win Gabriel Mira
TKO 4 , 1999-04-24
Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
Win Todd Makelim
TKO 3 1999-02-20
Kidapawan Citymarker, Cotabato, Philippines
Win Chatchai Sasakul
KO 8 1998-12-04
Tonsuk College Ground, Phutthamonthonmarker, Thailand
Win Shin Terao
TKO 1 1998-05-18
Korakuen Hallmarker, Tokyomarker, Japanmarker
Win Panomdej Ohyuthanakorn
KO 1 1997-12-06
South Cotabato Stadium, Koronadal Citymarker, South Cotabatomarker, Philippines
Win Melvin Magramo
Decision 10 1997-09-13
Cebu Citymarker, Philippines
Win Chokchai Chockvivat
KO 5 1997-06-26
Mandaluyong Citymarker, Philippines
Win Ariel Austria
TKO 6 1997-05-30
Almendras Gym, Davao Citymarker, Philippines
Win Wook-Ki Lee
KO 1 , 1997-04-24
Makati Citymarker, Philippines
Win Mike Luna
KO 1 1997-03-03
Muntinlupa Citymarker, Philippines
Win Sung-Yul Lee
TKO 2 1996-12-28
Muntinlupa City, Philippines
Win Ippo Gala
TKO 2 1996-07-27
Mandaluyong Citymarker, Philippines
Win Bert Batiller
TKO 4 1996-06-15
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Win John Medina
TKO 4 1996-05-05
Manila, Philippines
Win Marlon Carillo
Decision 10 1996-04-27
Manila, Philippines
Loss Rustico Torrecampo
KO 3 1996-02-09
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Win Lito Torrejos
Decision 1996-01-13
Parañaque City, Philippines
Win Rolando Toyogon
Decision 10 1995-12-09
Manila, Philippines
Win Rudolfo Fernandez
TKO 3 1995-11-11
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Win Renato Mendones
TKO 2 1995-10-21
Puerto Princesa Citymarker, Palawanmarker, Philippines
Win Lolito Laroa
Decision 8 1995-10-07
Makati City, Philippines
Win Armando Rocil
KO 3 1995-09-16
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Win Acasio Simbajon
Decision 6 1995-08-03
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Win Dele Decierto
TKO 2 1995-07-01
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Win Rocky Palma
Decision 6 1995-05-01
Montano Hall, Cavite Citymarker, Philippines
Win Pinoy Montejo
Decision 4 1995-03-18
Mindoro Occidentalmarker, Philippines
Win Edmund Enting Ignacio
Decision 4 1995-01-22
Mindoro Occidental, Philippines


Titles

Major:
  • WBC world flyweight champion
  • IBF world super bantamweight champion
  • WBC world super featherweight champion
  • WBC world lightweight champion
  • WBO world welterweight champion


Minor:
  • IBO world light welterweight champion


Regional:
  • OPBF flyweight champion
  • WBC international super bantamweight champion
  • WBC international super featherweight champion


The Ring Magazine titles:
  • World featherweight champion
  • World super featherweight champion
  • World light welterweight champion


Lineal Championship titles:
  • World flyweight champion
  • World featherweight champion
  • World junior lightweight champion
  • World junior welterweight champion


Recognitions



See also



References

  1. abs-cbnnews.com, Pacquiao wins 7th world title
  2. canadastarboxing.com, Profile and Bio
  3. rightpundits.com, Manny Pacquiao has a baby girl!
  4. examiner.com, Boxer Manny Pacquiao welcomes baby girl
  5. abs-cbnnews.com, Pacquiao aiming to conquer political ring
  6. reviewjournal.com, Marquez, Pacquiao brawl to draw
  7. sports.yahoo.com, Pacquiao rolls past Barrera in rematch
  8. Boxing News – 24 hours/day – Reload often!
  9. abs-cbnnews.com, Congress, ex-rival honor Pacquiao
  10. eastsideboxing.com, Pacquiao solidifies position as Pound-for-Pound #1
  11. SecondsOut.com, Pacquiao-Diaz: Post Fight Press Conference
  12. Fightnews.com, Pacquiao to stay at 135!
  13. ESPN.com, Oscar De La Hoya announces retirement from boxing
  14. ESPN.com, Sales from De La Hoya-Pacquiao produce boxing's second-biggest gate
  15. ESPN.com, HBO bests Showtime in bid for bout
  16. abs-cbnnews.com, Pacquiao wins 7th world title
  17. ESPN.com, Pacquiao-Cotto tops Mayweather in PPV
  18. philstar.com, Manny transfers residence
  19. mb.com.ph, Pacquiao’s libel case vs Bulletin dismissed
  20. sports.inquirer.net/breakingnews, Pacquiao retiring next year; to run in 2010
  21. abs-cbnnews.com, Pacquiao joins Arroyo's Kampi party
  22. Manila Bulletin - Panday, Wapakman May Be Banned from the Metro Film Fest
  23. GameTrailers.com – Pacquiao vs. Hatton Gameplay Demo for Fight Night Round 4
  24. Boxing champ Pacquiao to appear on RP postage stamp, 05/03/2008
  25. KOBE BRYANT and other NIKE SUPERSTARS Commercial – YouTube.com
  26. Jet Li for San Miguel Beer commercial – YouTube.com
  27. San Miguel Beer Commercial With Pacquiao And Erik Morales – YouTube.com
  28. gmanews.tv, iGMA discovers Manny Pacquiao's Achilles heel
  29. philstar.com, Coming soon: Pacman and Rocky
  30. canoe.ca, ECW: Bourne, Kidd steal show
  31. 2009 TIME 100 Most Influential People – Time.com
  32. Forbes.com 2009 Celebrity 100 List
  33. The World's Highest-Paid Athletes (2009) – Forbes.com
  34. Pacquiao is 2009 ESPY Awards' Best Fighter – GMANews.tv
  35. No Surprise: Pacquiao Fighter of the Year – NYPost.com
  36. abs-cbnnews.com, Pacquiao receives UAAP Sports Excellence award
  37. BoxingScene.com's 2008 Year-End Awards Part II
  38. SportIllustrated.com, SI.com's 2008 Boxing Awards
  39. SecondsOut Fighter Of The Year: Manny Pacquiao
  40. thesweetscience.com, Pacquiao as 2008 TSS Boxer of the Year
  41. philboxing.com, WBC names Pacquiao ‘World Boxer of the Year’
  42. sports.yahoo.com, Meet the Fighter of the Year
  43. hoops.blink.ph, Pacquiao named ESPN STAR Sports’ Champion of Champions
  44. Lakers, LeBron among 2009 ESPY winners – ESPN.Go.com
  45. Manny Pacquiao in 2009 TIME 100 – Time.com
  46. Manny Pacquiao in 2009 Celebrity 100 – Forbes.com


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