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Manny Pacquiao - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Emmanuel "Manny" Dapidran Pacquiao, PLH ( PAK-ee-ow; Tagalog:[pkja];[7] born December 17, 1978), is a Filipino world champion professional boxer. At 32 he was elected to the Philippine House of Representatives. He has also been involved in basketball,[8] acting, and singing.[9] He is the first and only eight-division world champion,[10] in which he has won ten world titles, as well as the first to win the lineal championship in four different weight classes.[11] According to Forbes, he was the 2nd highest paid athlete in the world as of 2015.[12] He was named "Fighter of the Decade" for the 2000s (decade) by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA), World Boxing Council (WBC) and World Boxing Organization (WBO). He is also a three-time The Ring and BWAA "Fighter of the Year," winning the award in 2006, 2008, and 2009, and the Best Fighter ESPY Award in 2009 and 2011.[13] He is currently ranked number six on the Ring and the longest reigning top-10 on the pound-for-pound list.[14]BoxRec ranks him as the greatest Filipino fighter of all-time.[15] He was long rated as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world by some sporting news and boxing websites, including ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Sporting Life, Yahoo! Sports,, BoxRec and The Ring from his climb to Lightweight until his losses in 2012.[16][17] Beyond boxing, Pacquiao has participated in basketball, business, acting, music recording and politics. In May 2010, Pacquiao was elected to the House of Representatives in the 15th Congress of the Philippines, representing the province of Sarangani. He was re-elected in 2013 to the 16th Congress of the Philippines.[18] Pacquiao, while mostly focused on being a boxer and a congressman, is listed as the head coach of the basketball team Kia Carnival. He was also drafted onto the team as 11th overall pick in the first round of the 2014 PBA draft, making him the oldest rookie drafted,[19] as well as the shortest player and the first dual-sport athlete in the Philippine Basketball Association.[20] He played 7 minutes of one of the team's games. Pacquiao also owns a team in the PBA Developmental League (PBA D-League), the MP Hotel Warriors. Early and personal life Pacquiao was born on December 17, 1978, in Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines. He is the son of Rosalio Pacquiao and Dionesia Dapidran-Pacquiao.[21] His parents separated when he was in sixth grade, after his mother discovered that his father was living with another woman.[21] He is the fourth among six siblings: Liza Silvestre-Onding and Domingo Silvestre (from first husband of his mother) and Isidra Pacquiao-Paglinawan, Alberto "Bobby" Pacquiao and Rogelio Pacquiao. Pacquiao married Jinkee Jamora on May 10, 2000. Together, they have five children, Emmanuel Jr. (Jimuel), Michael Stephen, Mary Divine Grace, Queen Elizabeth and Israel. His daughter, Queen, was born in the United States. He resides in his hometown General Santos City, South Cotabato, Philippines.[22] However, as a congressman of lone district of Sarangani, he is officially residing in Kiamba, Sarangani, the hometown of his wife. Raised in the Roman Catholic faith,[23] Pacquiao is currently a practicing Evangelical Protestant.[24][25][26] He is also a military reservist with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Reserve Force of the Philippine Army.[27] Prior to being commissioned to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, he first entered the Army's reserve force on April 27, 2006 as a Sergeant. Later, he rose to Technical Sergeant on December 1 of the same year. On October 7, 2007, he became a Master Sergeant, the highest rank in the enlisted personnel. On May 4, 2009, he was given the special rank of Senior Master Sergeant and was also designated as the Command Sergeant Major of the 15th Ready Reserve Division.[28] Education Pacquiao completed his elementary education at Saavedra Saway Elementary School in General Santos City, but dropped out of high school due to extreme poverty.[29] He left his home at age 14 because his mother, who had six children, was not making enough money to support her family.[29] In February 2007 he took, and passed, a high school equivalency exam making him eligible for college education.[30] He was awarded with a high school diploma by the Department of Education. Pacquiao enrolled for a college degree in business management at Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (NDDU) in his hometown in General Santos City. On February 18, 2009, Pacquiao was conferred the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humanities (Honoris Causa) by Southwestern University (SWU) at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino in Lahug, Cebu City in recognition of his boxing achievements and humanitarian work.[31] In preparation for his career as a lawmaker in the House of Representatives, Pacquiao enrolled in the Certificate Course in Development, Legislation and Governance at the Development Academy of the Philippines Graduate School of Public and Development Management (DAP-GSPDM).[32] Sporting career Boxing Amateur career At the age of 14, Pacquiao moved to Manila and lived for a time on the streets. He started boxing and made the Philippine national amateur boxing team where his room and board were paid for by the government. Pacquiao reportedly had an amateur record of 64 fights (604).[33] Professional career Light flyweight In 1995, the death of a young aspiring boxer and close friend, Eugene Barutag, spurred the young Pacquiao to pursue a professional boxing career.[34] Pacquiao started his professional boxing career when he was just 16 years old, stood at 4'11'' and weighed 98 pounds (7 pounds under the minimumweight division). He admitted before American media that he put weights in his pockets to make the 105-pound weight limit.[35] His early light flyweight division 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. Pacquiao's weight increased from 106 to 113 pounds before losing in his 12th bout against Rustico Torrecampo via a third-round knockout. Pacquiao failed to make the required weight, so he was forced to use heavier gloves than Torrecampo, thereby putting him at a disadvantage.[36] Flyweight Following the Torrecampo fight, Pacquiao continued undefeated for his next 15 fights. He went on another unbeaten run that saw him take on the more experienced Chokchai Chockvivat in flyweight division. Pacquiao knocked out Chockvivat in the fifth round and took the OPBF Flyweight title.[37] After one official defense and two non-title bouts, Pacquiao got his first opportunity to fight for a world title. Pacquiao vs. Sasakul Pacquiao captured the lineal and WBC flyweight titles (his first major boxing world title) over Chatchai Sasakul by way of knockout in the eighth round. He defended the titles successfully against Mexican Gabriel Mira via a fourth-round technical knockout. However, Pacquiao lost the lineal 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 Thammarat, Thailand. Singsurat got Pacquiao on the ropes and landed a flush straight right to the body, coiling Pacquiao over and keeping him there. Prior to the fight Pacquiao lost the WBC title at the scales, as he surpassed the weight limit of 112 pounds. Super bantamweight Pacquiao with his trainer Freddie Roach at Pacquiao's Christmas and birthday bash in Los Angeles Following his loss to Singsurat, Pacquiao gained weight and skipped the super flyweight and bantamweight divisions. This time, Pacquiao went to super bantamweight, or junior featherweight, 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 vs. Ledwaba Pacquiao's big break came on June 23, 2001, against IBF Super Bantamweight title holder Lehlohonolo Ledwaba. Pacquiao stepped into the fight as a late replacement on two weeks' notice but won the fight by technical knockout to win the title, his second major boxing world title. The bout was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pacquiao went on to defend this title four times under head trainer Freddie Roach, owner of the Wild Card Gym in West Hollywood. Featherweight Pacquiao vs. Barrera I On November 15, 2003, Pacquiao faced Marco Antonio Barrera at the Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, in a fight that many consider to have defined his career. Pacquiao, who was fighting at featherweight for the first time, brought his power with him and defeated Barrera via technical knockout in the eleventh round, only the second knockout loss in Barrera's career, and won the Lineal & The Ring Featherweight Championship, making him the first Filipino and Asian to become a three-division world champion, a fighter who won world titles in three different weight divisions. He defended the title twice before relinquishing it in 2005.[38] On November 24, 2003, the then Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo conferred on Pacquiao the Presidential Medal of Merit at the Ceremonial Hall of Malacaang Palace for his knockout victory over the best featherweight boxer of the world. The following day, the members of the House of Representatives of the Philippines presented the House Resolution No. 765, authored by the then House Speaker Jose De Venecia and Bukidnon Representative Juan Miguel Zubiri, which honored Pacquiao the Congressional Medal of Achievement for his exceptional achievements. Pacquiao is the first sportsman to receive such an honor from the House of Representatives.[39][40] Pacquiao vs. Mrquez I Six months after the fight with Barrera, Pacquiao challenged Juan Manuel Mrquez, who at the time held both the WBA and IBF Featherweight titles. The fight took place at the MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, on May 8, 2004. In the first round, Mrquez was caught cold, as he was knocked down three times by Pacquiao. However, Mrquez showed great heart to recover from the early knockdowns and went on to win the majority of rounds thereafter. This was largely due to Mrquez's counterpunch style, which he managed to effectively utilize against the aggressive style of Pacquiao. At the end of a very close fight, both boxers felt they had done enough to win the fight. The bout was scored a draw, which proved to be a controversial decision.[41] The final scores were 115110 for Mrquez, 115110 for Pacquiao and 113113.[41] The judge who scored the bout 113113 admitted to making an error on the scorecards, having scored the first round as 107 in favor of Pacquiao instead of the standard 106 for a three-knockdown round. If he had scored the round 106 for Pacquiao (as the other two judges did), the result would have been a split decision in favor of Pacquiao.[41] However, ESPN reported that most pundits scored the fight to Mrquez.[42] Super featherweight Pacquiao vs. Morales I Pacquiao leaving the ring while giving the V sign to the crowd on the night of the first fight against Morales On March 19, 2005, Pacquiao moved up in super featherweight, or junior lightweight, division of 130 pounds, in order to fight another Mexican legend and three-division world champion rik Morales for the vacant WBC International and vacant IBA Super Featherweight titled. The fight took place at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. In this fight, Pacquiao sustained a cut over his right eye from an accidental clash of heads in the fifth round. He lost the twelve-round match by a unanimous decision from the judges. All three scorecards read 115113 for Morales.[43] On September 10, 2005, Manny Pacquiao knocked out in six rounds Hctor Velzquez at Staples Center in Los Angeles to capture the WBC International Super Featherweight title, which he went on to defend five times. On the same day, his rival, rik Morales, fought Zahir Raheem and lost via unanimous decision. Pacquiao vs. Morales II Despite Morales's loss to Raheem, Pacquiao got matched up against Morales in a rematch which took place on January 21, 2006 at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. During the fight, Morales escaped being knocked down twice, once in the second round by holding onto the ropes and once in the sixth by falling on the referee. Pacquiao eventually knocked Morales out in the tenth, the first time Morales was knocked out in his boxing career.[44] Pacquiao vs. Larios On July 2, 2006, Pacquiao defended his WBC International title against scar Larios, a two-time Super Bantamweight Champion who had moved up two weight divisions to fight Pacquiao. Pacquiao won the fight via unanimous decision, knocking down Larios two times in the 12-round bout at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Philippines. The three judges scored the fight 117110, 118108 and 120106 all for Pacquiao.[45] On July 3, 2006, the day after winning the fight against Larios, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo personally bestowed the Order of Lakandula with the rank of "Champion for Life" (Kampeon Habambuhay) and the plaque of appreciation to Pacquiao in a simple ceremony at the Presidential Study of Malacaang Palace.[46] Pacquiao vs. Morales III Pacquiao and Morales fought a third time (with the series tied 11) on November 18, 2006. Witnessed by a near-record crowd of 18,276, the match saw Pacquiao defeat Morales via a third-round knockout at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.[47] After the PacquiaoMorales rubber match, Bob Arum, Pacquiao's main promoter, announced that Manny had returned his signing bonus back to Golden Boy Promotions, signaling intentions to stay with Top Rank. This prompted Golden Boy Promotions to sue Pacquiao over breach of contract.[48] After a failed promotional negotiation with Marco Antonio Barrera's camp, Bob Arum chose Jorge Sols as Pacquiao's next opponent among several fighters Arum offered as replacements. The bout was held in San Antonio, Texas, on April 14, 2007. In the sixth round, an accidental headbutt occurred, giving Pacquiao a cut under his left eyebrow. The fight ended in the eighth when Pacquiao knocked Solis down twice. Solis barely beat the count after the second knockdown, causing the referee to stop the fight and award Pacquiao a knockout win. The victory raised Pacquiao's winlossdraw record to 4432 with 34 knockouts. This also marked the end of Solis's undefeated streak. Pacquiao vs. Barrera II On June 29, 2007, Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions announced that they agreed to settle their lawsuit, meaning the long-awaited rematch with Marco Antonio Barrera would occur despite Pacquiao being the top-ranked contender for Juan Manuel Mrquez's WBC Super Featherweight title. On October 6, 2007, Pacquiao defeated Barrera in their rematch via an easy unanimous decision. In the eleventh round, Pacquiao's punch caused a deep cut below Barrera's right eye. Barrera retaliated with an illegal punch on the break that dazed Pacquiao, but also resulted in a point deduction for Barrera. Two judges scored the bout 118109, whereas the third scored it 115112.[49] In The Ring Magazine, Pacquiao (4532) remained at the top of the super featherweight division (130 pounds). He had been in the ratings for 108 weeks.[50][51] On November 13, 2007, he was honored by the World Boxing Council as Emeritus Champion during its 45th Annual World Convention held at the Manila Hotel.[52] On November 20, 2007, Jos Nuez, manager of WBO Super Featherweight Champion Joan Guzmn, accused Pacquiao's handler Bob Arum of evading a match between the two boxers to protect Pacquiao.[53] Guzmn went as far as to directly call out Pacquiao at the postfight press conference of the PacquiaoBarrera rematch in front of the crowd at the Mandalay Bay Events Center's media room in Las Vegas.[54] Pacquiao vs. Mrquez II On March 15, 2008, in a rematch against Juan Manuel Mrquez, called "Unfinished Business," Pacquiao won via split decision. The fight was held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. With the victory, Pacquiao won the WBC Super Featherweight and The Ring Super Featherweight titles, making him the first Filipino and Asian to become a four-division world champion, a fighter who won world titles in four different weight divisions. The fight was a close, hard fought battle, during which both fighters received cuts.[55] Throughout the fight, Mrquez landed the most punches at a higher percentage; however, the decisive factor proved to be a third-round knockdown, wherein Mrquez was floored by a Pacquiao left hook.[55] At the end of the fight, the judges' scores were 115112 for Pacquiao, 115112 for Mrquez and 114113 for Pacquiao.[55] The decision was again viewed as controversial by the public, with most pundits scoring the fight to Mrquez.[42] In the post-fight news conference, Mrquezs camp called for an immediate rematch. In addition, Richard Schaefer, Golden Boy Promotions CEO, offered a $6 million guarantee to Pacquiao for a rematch.[56] However, Pacquiao ruled out a third clash with Mrquez, saying, "I don't think so. This business is over."[55] The reason that Pacquiao did not want a rematch was because he intended to move up to the lightweight division to challenge David Daz, the reigning WBC Lightweight title holder at that time.[55] Daz won a majority decision over Ramn Montano that night as an undercard of the "Unfinished Business" fight. Lightweight Pacquiao vs. Daz On June 28, 2008, at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Pacquiao defeated David Daz in lightweight division via ninth-round knockout and won the WBC Lightweight title. With the victory, Pacquiao became the first and only Filipino and Asian to become a five-division world champion, a fighter who won world titles in five different weight divisions,[57] and also became the first Filipino fighter to ever win a world title at lightweight.[58] During the fight, which Pacquiao dominated, Daz was cut badly on his right eye in the fourth round.[59] After the bout, Daz 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."[60] Bob Arum reported that the fight had made 12.5 million dollars, earning Daz his best payday of 850,000 dollars, whilst Pacquiao earned at least 3 million dollars.[57] Official records revealed an attendance of 8,362 (out of a maximum capacity of 12,000).[61] Holding both the WBC Super Featherweight and Lightweight titles following the win, Pacquiao decided to vacate his super featherweight title in July 2008.[62] On August 7, 2008, the members of the House of Representatives of the Philippines issued a House Resolution, sponsored by South Cotabato Congresswoman Darlene Antonino-Custodio, which recognized Pacquiao as a "Peoples 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 the then House Speaker Prospero Nograles.[63] Welterweight Pacquiao vs. De La Hoya On December 6, 2008, Pacquiao moved up to the welterweight division in order to face the six-division world champion Oscar De La Hoya at the MGM Grand, in a fight called "The Dream Match". Presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Top Rank, 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.[64] However, due to rehydration after the weigh in, De La Hoya came into the fight actually weighing less than Pacquiao and close to 20 pounds under his usual fighting weight. Pacquiao dominated the fight and, after eight rounds, De La Hoya's corner was forced to throw in the towel, awarding Pacquiao the win via technical knockout.[65] Pacquiao was ahead on all three judges' scorecards before the stoppage, with two judges scoring the fight at 8071 and one scoring it at 7972.[66] Moreover, Pacquiao landed 224 out of 585 punches, whilst De La Hoya landed only 83 out of 402 punches.[66] 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."[67] The fight would be De La Hoya's last, as he announced his retirement from boxing shortly after.[68] Pacquiao received 15 to 30 million dollars (share of the pay-per-view), plus a guaranteed amount.[69] 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.[70] On December 22, 2008, Pacquiao has been decorated with the Philippine Legion of Honor with the rank of "Officer" (Pinuno) in a ceremony marking the 73rd founding anniversary of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. As an army reservist, he was given recognition for bringing pride and honor to the country through his remarkable achievements in the ring.[71] Light welterweight Pacquiao vs. Hatton Manny Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton with their trainers at the Trafford Centre On May 2, 2009, Pacquiao fought at light welterweight, or super lightweight, division for the first time against Ricky Hatton at the MGM Grand Las Vegas, in a fight billed as "The Battle of the East and West." Pacquiao won the bout via knockout to claim Hatton's The Ring and IBO Light Welterweight titles. In doing so, Pacquiao became the second man in boxing history to become a six-division world champion, a fighter who won world titles in six different weight divisions and the first man ever to win lineal world titles in four different weight classes.[72] The fight was originally placed in jeopardy due to disputes with both camps over the fight purse money.[73] Eventually, the money issue was settled and the fight went on as scheduled. HBO aired the contest.[74] Pacquiao started the fight strong, knocking down Hatton twice in the first round.[75] 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).[76] The knockout won him the The Ring Magazine "Knockout of the Year" for 2009. Return to welterweight Pacquiao vs. Cotto On November 14, 2009, Pacquiao defeated Miguel Cotto via technical knockout in the twelfth round at the MGM Grand Las Vegas in a fight billed as "Firepower." Although the bout was sanctioned as a world title fight in the welterweight division, where the weight limit is 147 pounds, Cotto agreed to fight at a catchweight of 145 pounds.[77] Pacquiao dominated the fight, knocking Cotto down in round three and round four, before the referee stopped the fight at 0:55 of round twelve.[78] With this victory, Pacquiao took the WBO Welterweight title, was awarded the WBO Super Championship title and became the first seven-division world champion, the first fighter in boxing history to win world titles in seven different weight divisions.[79] Pacquiao also won the first and special WBC Diamond Championship belt.[80] This belt was created as an honorary championship exclusively to award the winner of a historic fight between two high-profile boxers.[81] After the fight, promoter Bob Arum stated "Pacquiao is the greatest boxer I've ever seen, and I've seen them all, including Ali, Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard."[82] Miguel Cotto said in a post fight interview: "Miguel Cotto comes to boxing to fight the biggest names, and Manny is one of the best boxers we have of all time." The fight generated 1.25 million buys and $70 million in domestic pay-per-view revenue, making it the most watched boxing event of 2009.[83] Pacquiao earned around $22 million for his part in the fight, whilst Cotto earned around $12 million.[83] PacquiaoCotto also generated a live gate of $8,847,550 from an official crowd of 15,930.[83] On November 20, 2009, in a simple rites at the Quirino Grandstand, President Macapagal-Arroyo conferred Pacquiao the Order of Sikatuna with the rank of Datu (Grand Cross) with Gold distinction (Katangiang Ginto) which usually bestowed to foreign diplomats and heads of state. It was awarded to Pacquiao for winning his historical seventh weight division world title.[84] Negotiations with Floyd Mayweather Following the victory against Cotto, there was much public demand for a fight between the seven-division world champion Manny Pacquiao (the number-one pound-for-pound boxer) and the five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. (the number-two and former number-one pound-for-pound boxer). Pacquiao reportedly agreed to fight Mayweather on March 13, 2010 for a split of $50 million up front,[85] and it was later agreed that the venue for the fight would be the MGM Grand Las Vegas. However, the bout was put in jeopardy due to disagreements about Olympic-style drug testing. The Mayweather camp wanted random blood testing by the United States Anti-Doping Agency,[86] whereas Pacquiao refused to have any blood testing within 30 days from the fight, because he thought it would weaken him, but he was willing to have blood taken from him before the 30-day window as well as immediately after the fight.[87] Freddie Roach, on the other hand, commented that he would not allow blood to be taken from Pacquiao one week before the fight.[88][89] In an attempt to resolve their differences, the two camps went through a process of mediation before a retired judge. After the mediation process Mayweather agreed to a 14-day no blood testing window. However, Pacquiao refused and instead only agreed to a 24-day no blood testing window.[90] Consequently, on January 7, 2010, Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum declared that the fight was officially off.[91] Because of Pacquiao's reluctance to submit to random blood testing to the extent requested by Mayweather, despite lack of evidence, the Mayweather camp repeated their suggestion that Pacquiao was using banned substances, which resulted in Pacquiao filing a lawsuit for defamation, seeking damages in excess of 75,000 dollars.[92] The lawsuit cited accusations made by Floyd Mayweather, Jr., Floyd Mayweather Sr., Roger Mayweather, Oscar De La Hoya and Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer.[92][93] After negotiations for the Mayweather fight fell through, other boxers were considered to replace Mayweather as Pacquiao's next opponent, including former Light Welterweight Champion Paul Malignaggi,[94] and WBA Light Middleweight title holder Yuri Foreman.[95] However, Pacquiao chose to fight former IBF Welterweight title holder Joshua Clottey instead. Pacquiao vs. Clottey On March 13, 2010, at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Pacquiao defeated Clottey via unanimous decision to retain his WBO Welterweight title. The judges scored the fight 120108, 119109, and 119109, all in favor of Pacquiao.[96] During the fight, Pacquiao threw a total of 1231 punches (a career high), but landed just 246, as most were blocked by Clottey's tight defense. On the other hand, Clottey threw a total of 399 punches, landing 108.[97] The fight was rewarded with a paid crowd of 36,371 and a gate of $6,359,985, according to post-fight tax reports filed with Texas boxing regulators.[98] Counting complimentary tickets delivered to sponsors, media outlets and others, the Dallas fight attracted 41,843,[98] well short of the 50,994 that was previously announced,[99] but still an epic number for boxing. In addition, the bout drew 700,000 pay-per-view buys and earned $35.3 million in domestic revenue.[100] Manny Pacquiao was named as the Fighter of the Decade for years 20002009 by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA). This award was presented by legendary boxer Joe Frazier, who was also a recipient of the award himself back in 1978 for defeating Muhammad Ali. Aside from this prestigious recognition, he was also named as the Sugar Ray Robinson Fighter of the Year for 2009, having received the same honor in 2006 and 2008. The awards ceremony was held at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City on June 4, 2010.[13] After his victory over Clottey, Pacquiao was expected to return to boxing in late 2010 with a possible matchup against Floyd Mayweather, Jr.. It was later reported that Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer and Top Rank Chief Bob Arum worked out a '"Super Fight" between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, Jr.. However, complications arose when Mayweather requested Pacquiao undergo random blood and urine testing up until the fight day. Pacquiao responded that he would agree to undergo blood and urine testing up until 14 days before the fight (as requested by Mayweather in the first round of negotiations), stating that giving blood too close to the fight day would weaken him. On May 13, 2010, Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum announced that he had penciled in November 13, 2010 as the date of Manny Pacquiao's next fight, possibly against Mayweather. However, the stumbling block over demands that Pacquiao submit to Olympic-level random drug testing put the fight in jeopardy.[101] On June 12, 2010, the President of Golden Boy Promotions, Oscar De La Hoya, stated during an interview with a Spanish network that the deal for the fight was very close and the negotiation process has been very difficult.[102] On June 30, 2010, Arum announced that the management of both sides had agreed to terms, that all points had been settled (including Pacquiao agreeing to submit to both blood and urine testing) and only the signature of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was needed to seal the deal that could have earned both fighters at least $40 million each. Mayweather was then given a two-week deadline for the fight contract to be signed.[103] Arum also announced that Pacquiao accepted the terms of the random drug testing, blood and urine, leading up to the fight.[104] On July 15, 2010, Bob Arum announced that Pacquiao's camp would give Mayweather until Friday midnight to sign the fight. The next day, the Top Rank website embedded a countdown clock on their website with the heading "Money" Time: Mayweather's Decision.[105] On July 17, 2010, Arum announced that there was no word from Mayweather's camp and the deal for a November 13, 2010 fight with Mayweather was not reached. On July 19, 2010, Leonard Ellerbe, one of Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s closest advisers, denied that negotiations for a super fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao had ever taken place. Ellerbe stated that Bob Arum was not telling the truth.[106] Bob Arum responded, questioning that if there was no negotiation, then who imposed the gag order (referring to a gag order about the negotiation allegedly imposed on both camps) and who could there be a gag order from if there were no negotiations. He also criticized Oscar De La Hoya and his Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer for denying that negotiations took place, when De La Hoya himself had previously stated that they were "very, very close in finalizing the contracts."[107] Arum revealed that HBO Sports President Ross Greenburg acted as the mediator between Mayweathers handlers and those of Pacquiaos from Top Rank Promotions.[108] On July 26, 2010, Ross Greenburg said in a statement that he has been negotiating with a representative from each side since May 2, 2010, carefully trying to put the fight together and he did in fact act as a go-between in negotiations with the two sides, but they were unable to come to an agreement, contradicting what Arum and the Pacquiao camp had said.[109][110] Floyd Mayweather, Jr., after the second negotiation had been officially declared off, told the Associated Press that he had fought sixty days ago and that he was not interested in rushing into anything and was not really thinking about boxing at the moment.[111] Almost a year later, on July 8, 2011, Manny Pacquiao's top adviser Michael Koncz confirmed that Pacquiao had in fact never agreed to testing up until fight day, which contradicted what Bob Arum and the Pacquiao camp had been saying for well over a year. Light Middleweight Pacquiao vs. Margarito On July 23, 2010, Bob Arum announced that Pacquiao would fight Antonio Margarito on November 13, 2010. The fight for the vacant WBC Light Middleweight title gave Pacquiao the chance to win a world title in his eighth weight class, the light middleweight, or super welterweight, division.[112] A catchweight of 150 pounds was established for the fight, although the weight limit for the light middleweight division is 154 pounds. During the pre-fight, Pacquiao weighed in at a low 144.6 pounds, while Margarito weighed in at the limit of 150 pounds. Pacquiao said he was pleased with his weight because he loses too much speed when he gains pounds. During the fight itself, Pacquiao weighed 148lbs, 17 pounds lighter than Margarito's 165.[113] Prior to the fight, Pacquiao's team demanded to the Texas officials to test Margarito for banned substances after a weight loss supplement, reportedly Hydroxycut, was found in his locker. It was stated that the officials would undergo testing for both boxers after the fight.[114] In the fight, Pacquiao defeated Margarito via unanimous decision, using his superior handspeed and movement to win his 8th world title in as many divisions. In the penultimate round, Pacquiao implored referee Laurence Cole several times to stop the fight as Margarito had a swollen face and a large cut beneath the right eye, but the referee let the fight continue.[115] Margarito had to be taken directly to the hospital after the fight, where it was discovered his orbital bone had been fractured; he had to undergo surgery.[116] On November 22, 2010, after winning world title in his eighth weight division, Pacquiao was awarded with another Congressional Medal of Distinction from his fellow congressmen led by House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte during the ceremony at the Philippine House of Representatives.[117] Because Pacquiao had no plans to defend the WBC Light Middleweight title that he won against Margarito, the WBC Board of Governors voted to declare the title vacant.[118] Second return to welterweight Pacquiao vs. Mosley On May 7, 2011, Pacquiao successfully defended his WBO Welterweight title against three-division world champion Shane Mosley via lopsided unanimous decision at the MGM Grand Arena. Rapper LL Cool J performed as Mosley first entered the arena, while vocalist Jimi Jamison of the rock band Survivor sang "Eye of the Tiger" as Pacquiao approached the ring. Pacquiao knocked Mosley down in the third round using a one-two capped with a left straight. Mosley was left dazed by the knockdown but managed to stand up.[119] Mosley floored Pacquiao in the tenth round with a push, but referee Kenny Bayless inexplicably ruled it a knockdown. None of the judges seemed to have bought it judging from the scores. Replays showed that Pacquiao was throwing a punch off balance, had his right foot stepped on by Mosley's left foot and went down with a little help from Mosley's right hand. Bayless apologized to Pacquiao after the fight for the mistake. Pacquiao gained one-sided verdicts from all three judges (119108, 120108, and 120107).[120] Pacquiao reported that the only thing preventing him from knocking out Mosley was a cramp in his legs. Freddie Roach said that Pacquiao had problems with cramping before but usually in training sessions and not in the middle of bouts.[121] After the fight, there was much controversy over Shane Mosley reportedly telling Floyd Mayweather that he should have made Pacquiao "take the test."[122] Bob Arum talked about having Pacquiao's next bout at the MGM Grand on November 5, 2011 or across town at the Thomas and Mack Center on November 12, 2011. Arum listed Juan Manuel Mrquez as the first choice and then mentioned Timothy Bradley and Zab Judah as other options.[123] Pacquiao vs. Mrquez III Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum stated that a third meeting with Mrquez could happen in November 2011, providing Pacquiao defeated his next opponent Shane Mosley on May 7. On May 10, Mrquez accepted an offer from Top Rank to fight Pacquiao for his WBO Welterweight title at a catchweight of 144 pounds.[124] On May 18, Mrquez signed the deal to fight Pacquiao for the third time on November 12 at Las Vegas. On November 12, Mrquez lost to Pacquiao via majority decision by garnering scores 114114, 115113, and 116112 from scorecards of three judges. Upon the results being announced, the crowd reaction was largely negative with thousands continuing to boo[125] as Pacquiao spoke with Max Kellerman. Tim Smith of New York's Daily News wrote that Mrquez "was robbed of a decision by judges who were either blind or corrupt."[126] However, ringside punch stats showed Pacquiao landing more strikes, 176 to 138, and landing more power punches, 117 to 100.[127] Michael Woods of ESPN stated that Mrquez was not robbed noting the Compubox stats, all of which favored Pacquiao.[128] The decision was voted "Robbery of the Year," by The Ring magazine readers.[129] Pacquiao vs. Bradley On February 5, Bob Arum announced Timothy Bradley as Pacquiao's next opponent on June 9 for his WBO Welterweight title, after another failed negotiation attempt with Floyd Mayweather, Jr. on Cinco De Mayo.[130] During the final press conference, WBO President Francisco "Paco" Valcarcel awarded Pacquiao with WBO Diamond Ring in recognition of Pacquiao as the WBO Best Pound-for-Pound Fighter of the Decade.[131] Pacquiao lost the bout in a controversial split decision, scoring 115113, 113115, and 113115 from the three judges. The decision was booed by the crowd and criticized by many news outlets who were independently scoring the fight. However, Pacquiao was gracious in defeat and Bradley called for a rematch. Following the decision, many analysts called the decision a corruption of the sport. scored the fight 119109 for Pacquiao. HBO's unofficial judge, Harold Lederman, also had it 119109 for Pacquiao. Most ringside media also scored the fight in favor of Pacquiao.[132] Four days after the fight, Valcarcel said in a statement on June 13, 2012, that, though the WBO did not doubt the ability of the scoring judges, the WBO's Championship Committee would review the video of the fight with five independent, competent and recognized international judges and make a recommendation.[133] On June 21, 2012, the five WBO Championship Committee judges on the review panel announced that Pacquiao should have won his controversial defeat, with all scoring the fight unanimously in Pacquiao's favor 117111, 117111, 118110, 116112, and 115113. However, the WBO cannot overturn the result of the fight (only the NSAC would be able to do so), but recommended a rematch between the fighters.[134] Pacquiao vs. Mrquez IV Pacquiao fought Juan Manuel Mrquez on December 8, 2012 for the "WBO's Champion of the Decade" belt. With a second left in the sixth round, Pacquaio was knocked out by Mrquez, who countered his jab with a ducking right uppercut punch to the jaw, sending Pacquiao to the canvas for a minute, giving him the win.[135] Pacquiao vs. Rios After 11 months away from boxing, Pacquiao returned to the ring on November 24, 2013, at The Venetian Macao Hotel & Resort's CotaiArena in Macau of the Special administrative regions in China against The Ring ranked #6 Junior Welterweight: Brandon Ros, for the vacant WBO International welterweight title. This was Pacquiao's first fight to be held in China. Pacquiao won the match by unanimous decision.[136] Pacquiao vs. Bradley II Following his victory over Rios, Pacquiao sought out and ultimately got a re-match with the WBO Welterweight Champion of the world: Timothy Bradley who, following his controversial win over Pacquiao in their first fight in 2012, had defended the title with a victory over Ruslan Provodnikov, followed by a close, but clear split decision verdict over WBO 'Champion of the Decade': Juan Manuel "Dinamita" Mrquez. The fight was eventually set for the date of April 12, 2014, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. In a tough fight, Pacquiao came on the stronger of the two fighters throughout the later rounds of the fight to end up gaining a unanimous decision victory from the judges: 118110, 116112, 116112.[137] Pacquiao vs. Algieri Pacquiao faced WBO Light Welterweight Champion Chris Algieri in Macau on November 23, 2014, for Pacquiao's welterweight title. Pacquiao dominated the bout and scored six knockdowns en route to a lopsided victory via unanimous decision (119103, 119103, and 120102).[138] Pacquiao vs. Mayweather Pacquiao fought Floyd Mayweather Jr. in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 2, 2015. After years of tumultuous negotiations, the two finally met in the ring, Pacquiao with the intent to be the aggressor and Mayweather with the strategy of diffuse and counter. The fight went the distance and to the official judges scorecards which read (118110, 116112, 116112) in favor of Mayweather.[139] The result was largely criticized by many of the fans and celebrities who witnessed the fight, expressing their disappointment of what had been billed as the "Fight of the Century"[140] The verdict was that the fight did not live up to its expectations mostly on the performance of Mayweather's too defense-oriented strategy, with Pacquiao essentially chasing him around the ring trying to create an action. Most individual opinions about the match were split in two.[141][142] Eluding to the punch stats, which have since been discredited, [143][144]16 of 18 media outlets scored the bout in favor of Mayweather by varying margins.[145] Other reporters and fellow fighters, on closer inspection of the fight, have questioned the compubox stats and judges score cards, especially the wideness of the margins, stating that the rounds should have been scored much closer, or that Pacquiao should have won via a small edge.[146][147][148][149] Manny Pacquiao said I thought I won the fight. Hes moving around. Its not easy to throw punches when hes moving around so much. Its not about size. Size doesn't matter. I fought bigger. I thought I caught him many more times than he caught me.[150] In the post-fight interview, the Pacquiao camp claimed he fought handicapped with an injured right shoulder. Promoter Bob Arum said he suffered the injury in mid-March, describing it as "the same as the one Kobe Bryant had." Manny said:"This fight doesn't bother me too much, I did my best. I hurt my shoulder, but I didn't complain or say I was injured. This is part of the game. I didn't want to make any excuses.[151] In the end despite the criticism the Mayweather vs Pacquiao match earned a record 4.4 million pay-per-view buys.[152] Professional boxing record 57 Wins (38 knockouts, 19 decisions), 6 Losses (3 knockouts, 3 decisions), 2 Draws[153] Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes Loss 5762 Floyd Mayweather, Jr. UD 12 2015-05-02 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Lost WBO Welterweight title. For WBA (Super), WBC, The Ring & Lineal Welterweight titles. Win 5752 Chris Algieri UD 12 2014-11-23 The Venetian Macao, Macau, SAR Retained WBO Welterweight title. Win 5652 Timothy Bradley UD 12 2014-04-12 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Won WBO Welterweight title. Win 5552 Brandon Ros UD 12 2013-11-24 The Venetian Macao, Macau, SAR Won vacant WBO International Welterweight title. Loss 5452 Juan Manuel Mrquez KO 6 (12), 2:59 2012-12-08 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Loss 5442 Timothy Bradley SD 12 2012-06-09 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Lost WBO Welterweight title. Win 5432 Juan Manuel Mrquez MD 12 2011-11-12 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBO Welterweight title. Win 5332 Shane Mosley UD 12 2011-05-07 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBO Welterweight title. Win 5232 Antonio Margarito UD 12 2010-11-13 AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas Won vacant WBC Light Middleweight title. Win 5132 Joshua Clottey UD 12 2010-03-13 AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas Retained WBO Welterweight title. Win 5032 Miguel Cotto TKO 12 (12), 0:55 2009-11-14 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Won WBO Welterweight title. Win 4932 Ricky Hatton KO 2 (12), 2:59 2009-05-02 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Won The Ring & IBO Light Welterweight titles. Win 4832 Oscar De La Hoya RTD 8 (12), 3:00 2008-12-06 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Win 4732 David Daz TKO 9 (12), 2:24 2008-06-28 Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Won WBC Lightweight title. Win 4632 Juan Manuel Mrquez SD 12 2008-03-15 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Won WBC & vacant The Ring Super Featherweight titles. Win 4532 Marco Antonio Barrera UD 12 2007-10-06 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBC International Super Featherweight title. Win 4432 Jorge Sols KO 8 (12), 1:16 2007-04-14 Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas Retained WBC International Super Featherweight title. Win 4332 rik Morales KO 3 (12), 2:57 2006-11-18 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBC International Super Featherweight title. Win 4232 scar Larios UD 12 2006-07-02 Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila Retained WBC International Super Featherweight title. Win 4132 rik Morales TKO 10 (12), 2:33 2006-01-21 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBC International Super Featherweight title. Win 4032 Hctor Velzquez TKO 6 (12), 2:59 2005-09-10 Staples Center, Los Angeles, California Won vacant WBC International Super Featherweight title. Loss 3932 rik Morales UD 12 2005-03-19 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada For vacant WBC International & IBA Super Featherweight titles. Win 3922 Fahsan Por Thawatchai TKO 4 (12), 1:26 2004-12-11 Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metropolitan Manila Retained The Ring Featherweight title. Draw 3822 Juan Manuel Mrquez MD 12 2004-05-08 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained The Ring Featherweight title. For WBA (Super) & IBF Featherweight titles. Win 3821 Marco Antonio Barrera TKO 11 (12), 2:56 2003-11-15 Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas Won The Ring Featherweight title. Win 3721 Emmanuel Lucero KO 3 (12), 0:48 2003-07-26 Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California Retained IBF Super Bantamweight title. Win 3621 Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov TKO 5 (10), 1:52 2003-03-15 Rizal Park, Manila, Metropolitan Manila Non-title fight. Catchweight at 122 lbs. Win 3521 Fahprakorb Rakkiatgym KO 1 (12), 2:46 2002-10-26 Rizal Memorial College Gym, Davao City, Mindanao Retained IBF Super Bantamweight title. Win 3421 Jorge Eliecer Julio TKO 2 (12), 1:09 2002-06-08 The Memphis Pyramid, Memphis, Memphis Retained IBF Super Bantamweight title. Draw 3321 Agapito Snchez TD 6 (12), 1:12 2001-11-10 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California Retained IBF Super Bantamweight title. For WBO Super Bantamweight title. Win 332 Lehlo Ledwaba TKO 6 (12), 0:59 2001-06-23 MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Won IBF Super Bantamweight title. Win 322 Wethya Sakmuangklang KO 6 (12), 2:40 2001-04-28 Kidapawan City, Cotabato Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight title. Win 312 Tetsutora Senrima TKO 5 (12) 2001-02-24 Ynares Center, Antipolo City, Rizal Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight title. Win 302 Nedal Hussein TKO 10 (12), 1:48 2000-10-14 Ynares Center, Antipolo City, Rizal Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight title. Win 292 Seung-Kon Chae TKO 1 (12), 1:42 2000-06-28 Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight title. Win 282 Arnel Barotillo KO 4 (12) 2000-03-04 Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila, Metropolitan Manila Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight title. Win 272 Reynante Jamili KO 2 (12) 1999-12-18 Elorde Sports Complex, Paraaque City, Metropolitan Manila Won vacant WBC International Super Bantamweight title. Loss 262 Medgoen Singsurat KO 3 (12), 1:32 1999-09-17 Pakpanag Metropolitan Stadium, Nakhon Si Thammarat Lost WBC & Lineal Flyweight title. Win 261 Gabriel Mira TKO 4 (12), 2:45 1999-04-24 Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila Retained WBC & Lineal Flyweight titles. Win 251 Todd Makelim TKO 3 (10), 2:52 1999-02-20 Kidapawan City, Cotabato Win 241 Chatchai Sasakul KO 8 (12) 1998-12-04 Tonsuk College Ground, Phutthamonthon Won WBC & Lineal Flyweight titles. Win 231 Shin Terao TKO 1 (10), 2:59 1998-05-18 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo Win 221 Panomdej Ohyuthanakorn KO 1 (12), 1:38 1997-12-06 South Cotabato Stadium, Koronadal City, South Cotabato Retained OPBF Flyweight title. Win 211 Melvin Magramo UD (10) 1997-09-13 Cebu Coliseum Cebu City, Cebu Win 201 Chokchai Chockvivat KO 5 (12), 2:46 1997-06-26 Mandaluyong City, Metropolitan Manila Won OPBF Flyweight title. Win 191 Ariel Austria TKO 6 (10) 1997-05-30 Almendras Gym, Davao City, Mindanao Win 181 Wook-Ki Lee KO 1 (10), 1:04 1997-04-24 Ritsy's, Makati City, Metropolitan Manila Win 171 Mike Luna KO 1 (10), 1:56 1997-03-03 Muntinlupa City, Metropolitan Manila Win 161 Sung-Yul Lee TKO 2 (10) 1996-12-28 Muntinlupa City, Metropolitan Manila Win 151 Ippo Gala TKO 2 (10) 1996-07-27 Mandaluyong City, Metropolitan Manila Win 141 Bert Batiller TKO 4 (10) 1996-06-15 General Santos City, South Cotabato Win 131 John Medina TKO 4 (10) 1996-05-05 Malabon City, Metropolitan Manila Win 121 Marlon Carillo UD (10) 1996-04-27 Ramada Hotel, Manila, Metropolitan Manila Loss 111 Rustico Torrecampo KO 3 (10), 0:29 1996-02-09 Mandaluyong City, Metropolitan Manila Win 110 Lito Torrejos TD 5 (10) 1996-01-13 Paraaque City, Metropolitan Manila Win 100 Rolando Toyogon UD 10 1995-12-09 Sampaloc, Metropolitan Manila Win 90 Rudolfo Fernandez TKO 3 (10) 1995-11-11 Mandaluyong City, Metropolitan Manila Win 80 Renato Mendones TKO 2 (8) 1995-10-21 Puerto Princesa City, Palawan Win 70 Lolito Laroa UD 8 1995-10-07 Makati City, Metropolitan Manila Win 60 Armando Rocil KO 3 (8) 1995-09-16 Mandaluyong City, Metropolitan Manila Win 50 Acasio Simbajon UD 6 1995-08-03 Mandaluyong Sports Complex, Mandaluyong, Metropolitan Manila Win 40 Dele Decierto TKO 2 (6) 1995-07-01 Mandaluyong City, Metropolitan Manila Win 30 Rocky Palma UD 6 1995-05-01 Montano Hall, Cavite City, Cavite Win 20 Pinoy Montejo UD 4 1995-03-18 Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro Win 10 Edmund Enting Ignacio UD 4 1995-01-22 Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro Professional debut. Titles in boxing Major World Titles: Minor World Titles: The Ring/Lineal Championship Titles: Regional/International Titles: Special Titles: Pay-per-view bouts Date Fight Billing Buys Network 000000002005-03-19-0000March 19, 2005 Morales vs. Pacquiao Coming With Everything 350,000 HBO 000000002006-01-21-0000January 21, 2006 Morales vs. Pacquiao II Their First Battle Was An Epic 355,000 HBO 000000002006-07-02-0000July 2, 2006 Pacquiao vs. Larios Mano-A-Mano 120,000 In-Demand 000000002006-10-06-0000October 6, 2006 Pacquiao vs. Morales III The Grand Finale 345,000 HBO 000000002007-04-14-0000April 14, 2007 Pacquiao vs. Solis Blaze of Glory 200,000 Top Rank 000000002007-10-06-0000October 6, 2007 Pacquiao vs. Barrera II Will to Win 340,000 HBO 000000002008-03-15-0000March 15, 2008 Pacquiao vs. Mrquez II Unfinished Business 400,000 HBO 000000002008-06-28-0000June 28, 2008 Pacquiao vs. Diaz Lethal Combination 250,000 HBO 000000002008-12-06-0000December 6, 2008 De La Hoya vs. Pacquiao The Dream Match 1,250,000[155] HBO 000000002009-05-02-0000May 2, 2009 Pacquiao vs. Hatton The Battle of East and West 850,000 HBO 000000002009-11-14-0000November 14, 2009 Pacquiao vs. Cotto Firepower 1,250,000[156] HBO 000000002010-03-13-0000March 13, 2010 Pacquiao vs. Clottey The Event 660,000 HBO 000000002010-11-13-0000November 13, 2010 Pacquiao vs. Margarito The Eighth Wonder of the World 1,150,000[157] HBO 000000002011-05-17-0000May 17, 2011 Pacquiao vs. Mosley The Undaunted 1,340,000[158] Showtime 000000002011-11-08-0000November 8, 2011 Pacquiao vs. Mrquez III The 25th Round Begins 1,400,000[159] HBO 000000002012-06-09-0000June 9, 2012 Pacquiao vs. Bradley Perfect Storm 700,000[160] HBO 000000002012-12-08-0000December 8, 2012 Pacquiao vs. Mrquez IV Fight of the Decade 1,150,000[161] HBO 000000002013-11-24-0000November 24, 2013 Pacquiao vs. Ros The Clash in Cotai 470,000 HBO 000000002014-04-12-0000April 12, 2014 Pacquiao vs. Bradley II Vindication 800,000[162] HBO 000000002014-11-23-0000November 23, 2014 Pacquiao vs. Algieri The Clash in Cotai II 400,000[163] HBO 000000002015-05-02-0000May 2, 2015 Mayweather vs. Pacquiao Fight of the Century 4,400,000[164] Showtime & HBO Basketball Pacquiao during the opening ceremony of the NCAA Season 87 at the Araneta Coliseum in July 2011 Pacquiao became an honorary member of the Boston Celtics. The honorary membership was bestowed on him in a brief ceremony and he was presented with a replica of a green and white Celtics jersey bearing his name and number 1.[165] As a measure of gratitude, on March 10, 2010, Pacquiao delivered each Celtic player a red autographed boxing glove, which was in their locker before their game with the Memphis Grizzlies.[166] On April 17, 2014, Pacquiao announced his intentions to join the Philippine Basketball Association as the playing coach of Kia Motors Basketball team, an incoming expansion team for the PBA's 201415 season[167][168][169] Though he can be the head coach of the incoming team, the league's commissioner, Atty. Chito Salud, clarified that all incoming players should join the PBA draft.[170] Pacquiao plays basketball as cross-training to keep himself in shape. He previously played in the semi-professional basketball league, Liga Pilipinas, for the MP-Gensan Warriors, a team that he also owns. He made his debut in the Smart-Liga Pilipinas Conference II in January 16, 2009.[171] After the decision, he was criticized by others specifically online by netizens, saying that Pacquiao could not handle boxing together with basketball. Pacquiao said that even before he started boxing, he was also criticized that he can not be a world champion, but Pacquiao proved them wrong, it served as a challenge for him and he dared his critics to wait until they see him step on to the court. 'It will serve as a challenge for me, they do not know what they are saying, before I have also experienced this before I started boxing, but I proved them wrong.', Pacquiao said.[172] On July 9, 2014, he submitted his application for the upcoming rookie draft to the commissioner's office. His camp also hopes that the board of governors "respect" his request to be not drafted until Kia's turn.[173][174] He got picked 11th overall in the first round of the 2014 PBA draft by the Kia basketball team, being the oldest rookie to be drafted in the Philippine Basketball Association. [175] Pacquiao also owns a team in the PBA Developmental League (PBA D-League), the MP Hotel Warriors, which debuted in the league's 201415 season. After his loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr., he said he will be focusing in basketball until his recovery from rotator cuff.[176] He came back from coaching against Barangay Ginebra but they lost on his tournament debut by the San Miguel.[176] Political career 2007 election On February 12, 2007, Pacquiao officially announced that he would be running for a seat in the Philippine House of Representatives in the May 2007 legislative election, aiming to represent the 1st District of South Cotabato province. He would run as the candidate of the Liberal Party faction under Manila mayor Lito Atienza that had affiliated with the government of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.[178] Pacquiao, who has himself been known to be supportive of the Arroyo government, said that he was persuaded to run by local officials of General Santos City, who hoped he would act as a bridge between their interests and the national government.[178] But after the Philippine Supreme Court declared null and void all nominations of the Liberal Party faction under Atienza, Pacquiao ran under the Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino (KAMPI), a pro-Arroyo political party. Pacquiao was defeated in the election by incumbent Rep. Darlene Antonino-Custodio of the Nationalist People's Coalition, who said, "More than anything, I think, people weren't prepared to lose him as their boxing icon."[179] 2007 Philippine House of Representatives election at South Cotabato's 1st district Party Candidate Votes % NPC Darlene Antonino-Custodio 139,061 64.49 Liberal Manny Pacquiao 75,908 35.51 Valid votes 214,969 100.00% NPC hold 2010 election On November 21, 2009, Pacquiao confirmed that he would run again for the congressional seat, but this time in Sarangani province, the hometown of his wife Jinkee.[180] He originally planned to run for congress under his own party, the People's Champ Movement, but has since joined the Nacionalista Party headed by Manny Villar. Villar said arrangements were made to accommodate Pacquiaos Peoples Champ Movement in a coalition with the Nacionalista Party for the May 2010 elections in Sarangani.[181] On May 13, 2010, Pacquiao was officially proclaimed congressman of the lone district of Sarangani. He scored a landslide victory over the wealthy and politically well-entrenched Chiongbian clan that had been in power in the province for more than thirty years. Pacquiao got 120,052 votes while his opponent for the seat, Roy Chiongbian, got 60,899 votes.[182] 2010 Philippine House of Representatives election at Sarangani Party Candidate Votes % PCM Manny Pacquiao 120,052 66.35 SARRO Roy Chiongbian 60,899 33.65 Valid votes 180,591 97.57% Invalid or blank votes 4,499 2.43% Total votes 180,951 100.00 PCM gain from SARRO On June 28, 2010, Pacquiao took his oath of office as congressman before Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonio T. Carpio in the Provincial Capitol of Sarangani in Municipality of Alabel. He announced that he will transfer to President-elect Benigno Noynoy Aquino III's Liberal Party from Nacionalista Party as he wants to ensure the entry of more projects to his province.[183] 2013 election Pacquiao later moved to the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) led by Vice-President Jejomar Binay. He took his oath on April 16, 2012 in front of PDP-LABAN President and Senator Aquilino Pimentel III and Secretary-General Joey de Venecia in preparation for the upcoming 2013 elections.[184] In congressional elections in 2013 he ran unopposed for his second term as congressman. Additionally, his wife, Jinkee, was also elected as Vice-Governor of Sarangani, while his younger brother, Rogelio was defeated by incumbent Rep. Pedro Acharon of Team PNoy in second district race in South Cotabato which includes General Santos City. 2013 Philippine House of Representatives election at Sarangani Party Candidate Votes % % UNA Manny Pacquiao 144,926 Margin of victory Rejected ballots 47,085 Turnout 192,011 100 UNA hold Swing U.S. political endorsements He also has endorsed politicians outside the Philippines, in particular his secondary home country in the United States, as he endorsed Nevada Senator Harry Reid and California Governor Jerry Brown in November 2010.[185] Acting career Pacquiao started his acting career as an extra in some local films and guest appearances on ABS-CBN shows. In December 2005 Pacquiao took his first lead role in Violett Films' Lisensyadong Kamao (Licensed Fist).[186] The movie is titled so because (according to director Tony Bernal), being a boxer, Pacquiao is licensed to use his hands.[citation needed] In 2008, Pacquiao starred with Ara Mina and Valerie Concepcion in Anak ng Kumander (Son of Commander). The movie was not a commercial success and was panned by critics.[citation needed] Pacquiao starred in the superhero/comedy film entitled Wapakman, which was released on December 25, 2009 as an entry to the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival.[187] Like his previous films, Wapakman was not commercially successful.[188] Upon the expiration of his contract with ABS-CBN, Pacquiao signed with GMA Network as an actor in September 2007. On December 17, 2007, he taped his first episode of the networks infotainment show Pinoy Records.[189] His other projects with the network included Totoy Bato and the sitcom Show Me Da Manny in which his mother, Dionesia, also appeared. In 2012, American actor Sylvester Stallone was reportedly in talks with Pacquiao over co-starring in one of Stallone's future films, which is in the planning stages. The project did not push through as no further updates were given after the initial report.[190] In 2011, Pacquiao appeared on Tosh.0 in which he was paired in a fight with Daniel Tosh. It resulted in Pacquiao winning in one punch. On May 18, 2012, it was reported that Pacquiao will shoot his first Hollywood film after his June 9 fight with Tim Bradley. He will play a gangster in this movie that will also feature other fighters and martial artists such as Hector Echavarria, Lyoto Machida, Anderson Silva and Frank Mir. Filipino-American Rob Schneider also confirmed the report in an interview that he'll be working with Pacquiao in a movie. The working title is Brass Knuckles and will be directed by Erick Geisler.[191][192] Filmography Films Year Film Role Other Notes 2000 Di Ko Kayang Tanggapin Dong 2001 Mahal Kita... Kahit Sino Ka Pa! Dong 2001 Basagan ng Mukha Dodong 2005 Lisensyadong Kamao Ambrosio "Bruce" Lerio 2008 Anak ng Kumander Kumander Idel Writer/Producer 2008 Brown Soup Thing Cousin Manny 2008 Pangarap Kong Jackpot Abel Segment "Sa Ngalan ng Busabos" 2009 Wapakman Magno Meneses/Wapakman 2014 Manny Himself Documentary film Biographical Films Year Film Cast Other Notes 2006 Pacquiao: The Movie Jericho Rosales Played as Manny Pacquiao 2015 Kid Kulafu Robert Villar Played as Emmanuel 'Manny' Pacquiao Television Shows Year Television Shows Role Other Notes 1999 I Witness Himself Kamao episode - GMA Network 2004 Walang Bakas Himself (uncredited) 2004 No Fear: The Manny Pacquiao Story Himself Video documentary - Viva Films 2004 The People's Champion Himself Video documentary 2005 Kamao: Matira Ang Matibay Himself Host ABS-CBN 2005 Ok Fine Whatever Himself Guest ABS-CBN 2005 Pinoy Big Brother Himself Guest ABS-CBN 2006 Countdown to Pacquiao-Morales 3 Himself TV documentary 2007 Countdown to Pacquiao-Barrera 2 Himself TV documentary 2008 Countdown to Pacquiao-Marquez 2 Himself TV documentary 2008 24/7: De La Hoya/Pacquiao Himself TV documentary - HBO 2009 Kababayan LA: Manny Pacquiao Specials Himself KSCI TV 2009 Pinoy Records Himself Host GMA Network 2009 Totoy Bato Emmanuel (fictional version of himself) GMA Network 2009 Show Me Da Manny Manny Santos GMA Network 2009 24/7: Pacquiao/Hatton Himself TV documentary - HBO 2009 Team Pacquiao: The GMA News & Public Affairs Sports Documentary Special Himself TV Documentary - GMA Network 2009 Rome is Burning Himself Correspondent Episode dated May 1 - ESPN 2009 Jimmy Kimmel Live! Himself Guest Multiple times - ABC 2009 24/7: Pacquiao/Cotto Himself TV documentary - HBO 2010 Manny Pacquiao Himself TV documentary - Bio Channel 2010 Road to Dallas: Pacquiao vs. Clottey Himself TV documentary - HBO 2010 24/7: Pacquiao/Margarito Himself TV documentary - HBO 2010 60 Minutes Himself Guest [193] 2011 Manny Many Prizes Himself Host GMA Network 2011 Fight Camp 360: Pacquiao vs. Mosley Himself TV documentary - Showtime 2011 Pacquiao-Marquez III World Press Tour (Manila Leg) Himself 2011 24/7: Pacquiao/Marquez Himself TV documentary - HBO 2012 I Am Bruce Lee Himself TV documentary 2012 The Fighters Himself TV documentary 2012 24/7: Pacquiao/Bradley Himself TV documentary - HBO 2012 24/7: Pacquiao/Marquez 4 Himself TV documentary - HBO 2012 Pacman Forever: A Hero's Homecoming Himself 2013 Para Sa 'Yo Ang Laban Na Ito Himself Host 2013 24/7: Pacquiao/Rios Himself TV documentary - HBO 2014 24/7: Pacquiao/Bradley 2 Himself TV documentary - HBO 2014 MP Featuring Sport Science Himself - Host 2014 24/7: Pacquiao/Algieri Himself TV documentary - HBO 2015 Miss Universe 2015 Himself Judge 2015 Ringside Special Himself Guest 2015 Jimmy Kimmel Live! Himself Guest Multiple times - ABC 2015 At Last: Mayweather/Pacquiao Himself TV documentary - HBO 2015 Inside Mayweather vs Pacquiao Himself TV documentary - Showtime Video Games Year Video Game Role Other Notes 2005 Fight Night Round 2 Himself Playable fighter 2006 Fight Night Round 3 Himself Playable fighter 2009 Fight Night Round 4 Himself Playable fighter 2011 Fight Night Champion Himself Playable fighter 2011 Pound for Pound Himself Playable fighter Discography Pacquiao has also turned to singing as part of his entertainment career. Most of the Tagalog songs of Pacquiao were composed by Lito Camo. The following are the songs from Manny Pacquiao's albums: Laban Nating Lahat Ito (2006) under Star Records "Bilog" (Circle) "Para Sa'Yo Ang Laban Na 'To" (This Fight is for You) "Pagsubok Lamang Yan" (It's Just a Challenge) "Byaheng Pag-asa" (Voyage of Hope) "Ipakita Mo" (Show Them) "Ikaw at Ako" (You and Me) "Hindi Ko Kaya" (I Can't Do It) "Kanta Tayo" (Let's Sing) "Champion Sa Kantahan" (Champion in Singing) "Laban Nating Lahat Ito" (This is Our Fight) (feat Francis M.) Pac-Man Punch (2007) under MCA Records "Pac-Man Punch" Willie Wilcox feat. Nemesis Yankee and Manny Pacquiao "Pac-Man Punch (R U Ready?)" Willie Wilcox feat. Nemesis Yankee "Pac-Man Punch (Knockout Remix)" Willie Wilcox feat. Nemesis Yankee and Manny Pacquiao "Pac-Man Punch (Minus One)" Lalaban Ako Para Sa Pilipino (EP, 2015) Lalaban Ako Para Sa Pilipino (I Will Fight For The Filipinos) Team Pacquiao feat. Gloc 9 Lahing Pinoy (The Filipino Race) Para Sa'yo Ang Laban Na 'To (This Fight is For You) 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.[196] The film flopped at the box office, grossing a total of only P4,812,191 (approximately US$99,322), as confirmed by Lamangan. Pacquiao is featured in the boxing video games Fight Night Round 2, Fight Night Round 3, Fight Night Round 4 and Fight Night Champion. EA Sports released a limited edition demo of Fight Night Round 4, featuring Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton prior to their May 2 fight.[197] Pacquiao became the first Filipino athlete to appear on a postage stamp.[198] Pacquiao 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 Stadium. Swimmer Miguel Molina, 2005 Southeast Asian Games Best Male Athlete, yielded the honor to Pacquiao, upon the request of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to the national sports officials on the Philippines at the 2008 Summer Olympics.[199] 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, beverage, garments, telecommunications and even a political ad for politicians during the 2007 and 2010 Philippine elections. He appeared in commercials for Nike's "Fast Forward" campaign (with Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant, Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Liu Xiang). Pacquiao also appeared in a commercial for San Miguel Beer with Jet Li and rik Morales.[citation needed] Pacquiao was one of Time's 100 most influential people for the year 2009, for his exploits in boxing and his influence among the Filipino people.[200] Pacquiao was also included by Forbes in its annual Celebrity 100 list for the year 2009, joining Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and fellow athletes Tiger Woods and Bryant.[201] Forbes also listed Pacquiao as the World's 6th Highest Paid Athlete, with a total of $40 million or 2 billion pesos (2,000,000,000.00) from the second half of 2008 to the first half of 2009. Tied with him on the sixth spot was NBA player LeBron James and golfer Phil Mickelson.[202] Pacquiao was again included in Forbes' list of Highest Paid Athletes from the second half of 2009 to the first half of 2010; he was ranked 8th with an income of $42 million.[203] Pacquiao also won the 2009 ESPY Awards for the Best Fighter category, beating fellow boxer Shane Mosley and Brazilian mixed martial arts fighters Lyoto Machida and Anderson Silva.[204] ESPN Magazine reported that Pacquiao was one of the two top earning athletes for 2010, alongside American Major League baseball player Alex Rodriguez. According to the magazine's annual salary report of athletes, Pacquiao earned $32 million (approximately PhP 1.38 billion) for his two 2010 boxing matches against Clottey and Margarito.[205] Pacquiao has also appeared on the cover of Time magazine Asia for their November 16, 2009 issue. According to their five-page feature story, "(Pacquiao is) a fighter with enough charisma, intelligence and backstory to help rescue a sport lost in the labyrinth of pay-per-view. Global brands like Nike want him in their ads." They also added, "Pacquiao has a myth of origin equal to that of any Greek or Roman hero. He leaves the Philippines to make it even bigger, conquering the world again and again to bring back riches to his family and friends."[204][206] He became the eighth Filipino to grace the cover of the prestigious magazine, after former Philippine presidents Manuel L. Quezon, Ramon Magsaysay, Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Aquino, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Benigno Aquino III and Filipino actress and environmentalist Chin Chin Gutierrez. Pacquiao was also featured on the cover of Reader's Digest Asia, where a seven-page story was written about the Filipino boxing superstar. The issue came out before Pacquiaos epic match against De La Hoya on November 2008. Pacquiao is also mentioned in some hip-hop tracks including Kool A.D.'s song entitled "Manny Pacquiao" on his mixtape, "51". A few notable ones are Pitbull's "Get it started," A$AP Rocky's "Phoenix," Bad Meets Evil and Bruno Mars' "Lighters," Eminem and Skylar Grey's "Asshole," Future's "Never Gon' Lose," Migos' "Chinatown," Nicki Minaj and Ciara's "I'm Legit" and Rick Ross's "High Definition" to name a few.[207] Pacquiao does an interview talking about his documentary "Manny" where he talks about the film, his favorite boxing movie, Mark Wahlberg, and the upcoming fight against Floyd Mayweather.[208] Controversy Tax evasion case On November 26, 2013, a few days after Pacquiao's victory over Brandon Rios, the Philippine Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) issued a freeze order on all of Pacquiao's Philippine bank accounts due to his having allegedly failed to pay 2.2 billion in taxes for earnings he made in his fights in the United States from 2008 to 2009. A day after the bank account freeze, the BIR also issued an order to freeze all of Pacquiao's Philippine properties, whereupon Pacquiao presented documents to the press showing the income tax for non-resident alien payment by his promoter to the BIR's US counterpart, the Internal Revenue Service, as well as a letter from Bob Arum.[209] Womanizing Jinkee Pacquiao admitted that she had seriously dealt with husband Manny Pacquiaos womanizing, which she said was a result of the former pound-for-pound champs fame and the influence of those who surround him such as Filipino celebrity Krista Ranillo, but all now are settled.[210] Remarks on gays In May 2012 Pacquiao made a public remark regarding gays, it was first reported that Manny made a remark regarding a bible verse saying "gay men should be put to death."[211] However Pacquiao later said that he did not say those exact words.[212] Pacquiao is openly against gay rights and marriage quoted as saying "God only expects man and women to be together and to be legally married."[213] Steroid allegations Pacquiao has been under the suspicion of alleged illegal steroid/PED usage in the sport of boxing. He turned down a random blood and urine drug test in 2010 for a boxing match.[214] During this time Pacquiao had been previously storming through multiple weight classes with ease while maintaining both speed and power. After allegations by a proposed opponent for a boxing match that ended in a lawsuit against said boxer, the lawsuit was settled out of court.[215] Since the allegations Pacquiao has yet to score a knockout inside the ring, with a noticeable drop in muscle mass, size, and power in his punches.[216] Pacquiao's very own trainer Freddie Roach has had suspicion of Pacquiao's former strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza. Roach stated that Ariza had been giving Pacquiao "special drinks" without his permission. Roach also stated "One of the reasons I don't work with him [Ariza] anymore is he's a little shady. He used to give Manny a drink before workouts, and I asked him what was in the drink and he would never tell me. I told him I need to know what was in the drinks because you're giving it to my fighter."[217] Well respected boxing aficionado Teddy Atlas has been of the belief that Pacquiao has been on steroids in the past based on what he [Atlas] sees with his eyes. saying the power is the last thing to go in a fighter, and Manny doesn't have his anymore. Atlas also mentioned on ESPN during negotiations between a fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao on the topic of the drug test refusal that the pacquiao camp sent emails to the mayweather camp asking "What would the penalty be if our guy tested positive?" the second email said "If he did test positive could we keep this a secret for the benefit of boxing?"[218][219][220] Other boxers such as Paulie Malignaggi and Bernard Hopkins have also been outspoken on this topic.[221][222] However, there is no definitive proof on this subject, only speculation. Mayweather vs Pacquiao Lawsuit As of 2015[update], currently Pacquiao is facing a lawsuit of 5 million dollars by two fans for failing to disclose the alleged shoulder injury in the lead up to his bout with Floyd Mayweather, Jr.[223] Pacquiao failed to disclose the injury to the Nevada State Athletic Commission in the pre-fight injury evaluation.[224][225] The commission did a standard injury report with Pacquiao lying to the commission by filling out the form saying that he had no injuries heading into the bout. Pacquiao's excuse was he had sustained the injury weeks out from the fight after the loss to Mayweather. However, after facing lawsuits due to Pacquiao's statement, Pacquiao has now back tracked and said that he sustained the injury during the fight in which it flared up in the 3rd round.[226] The Nevada State Athletic Commission stated and the post fight press conference that they had only just found out about Pacquiao's injury that evening at the post fight press conference. Speculation arose that the injury was an excuse for the loss to Mayweather because Pacquiao did not mention an injury in the post fight interview with Max Kellerman. Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum stated that Pacquiao suffered the injury back in 2008 causing even more confusion as Pacquiao just stated that he suffered the injury during the fight now that he is facing lawsuits.[227] Post Mayweather Fight Injury In fall of 2015 after months of proclaiming a serious injury (severely torn rotator cuff) that would require surgery. Pacquiao stated that he was 100% healed "No problem, Im fine. Its Gods work. 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(July 6, 2008) External links Awards Precededby Roy Jones Jr. BWAA Fighter of the Decade 20002009 Incumbent Precededby Ricky Hatton The Ring Fighter of the Year BWAA Fighter of the Year 2006 Succeededby Floyd Mayweather Jr. Precededby Floyd Mayweather Jr. The Ring Fighter of the Year BWAA Fighter of the Year 2008, 2009 Succeededby Sergio Gabriel Martnez Precededby Floyd Mayweather Jr. Best Fighter ESPY Award 2009 Succeededby Floyd Mayweather Jr. Precededby Floyd Mayweather Jr. Best Fighter ESPY Award 2011 Succeededby Floyd Mayweather Jr. Sporting positions Precededby Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Retired Ring Magazine Pound-for-pound #1 Boxer June 7, 2008 December 8, 2012 Succeededby Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Achievements Precededby Chatchai Sasakul WBC Flyweight Champion December 4, 1998 September 17, 1999 Stripped Vacant Title next held by Medgoen Singsurat Lineal Flyweight Champion December 4, 1998 September 17, 1999 Succeededby Medgoen Singsurat Precededby Lehlohonolo Ledwaba IBF Super Bantamweight Champion June 23, 2001 July 26, 2003 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Israel Vzquez Precededby Marco Antonio Barrera The Ring Featherweight Champion November 15, 2003 March 19, 2005 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Mikey Garca Precededby Juan Manuel Mrquez WBC Super Featherweight Champion March 15, 2008 July 16, 2008 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Humberto Soto Vacant Title last held by Brian Mitchell The Ring Super Featherweight Champion March 15, 2008 July 16, 2008 Vacated Vacant Precededby David Daz WBC Lightweight Champion June 28, 2008 February 24, 2009 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Edwin Valero Precededby Ricky Hatton IBO Light Welterweight Champion May 2, 2009 January 15, 2010 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Kaizer Mabuza The Ring Light Welterweight Champion May 2, 2009 July 26, 2010 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Danny Garca Precededby Miguel Cotto WBO Welterweight Champion (Super Champion) November 14, 2009 June 9, 2012 Succeededby Timothy Bradley Vacant Title last held by Sergio Gabriel Martnez WBC Light Middleweight Champion November 13, 2010 February 8, 2011 Stripped Vacant Title next held by Sal lvarez Precededby Timothy Bradley WBO Welterweight Champion (Super Champion) April 12, 2014 Present Incumbent Regional and International championships Precededby Chokchai Chockvivat OPBF Flyweight Champion June 26, 1997 December 4, 1998 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Melvin Magramo Vacant Title last held by Ahmad Fandi WBC Super Bantamweight Champion International title December 18, 1999 June 23, 2001 Vacated Vacant Title next held by Napapol Sor Rungvisai Vacant Title last held by rik Morales WBC Super Featherweight Champion International title September 10, 2005 March 15, 2008 Won world title Vacant Title next held by Yuriorkis Gamboa New title WBO Welterweight Champion International title November 24, 2013 April 12, 2014 Won world title Vacant Title next held by Juan Manuel Mrquez Olympic Games Precededby Christopher Camat Flagbearer for Philippines Beijing 2008 (non-participant) Succeededby Hidilyn Diaz House of Representatives of the Philippines Precededby Erwin L. Chiongbian Representative, Lone District of Sarangani 2010present Incumbent Party political offices New Political Party Chairman of People's Champ Movement 2009 Present Incumbent


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