By Robert Morales | [email protected] | Press TelegramPUBLISHED: July 12, 2019 at 2:10 pm | UPDATED: July 12, 2019 at 6:57 pm HOLLYWOOD — It was Monday. All-time great Manny Pacquiao sat in a dressing room at Wild Card Boxing Club, wrapping his own hands ahead of a workout in preparation for his July 20 welterweight title fight against Keith Thurman at MGM Grand in Las Vegas (on Fox pay-per-view). Biggest victory I have to admit it was interesting to find out which of Pacquiao’s 61 career victories he considers his most satisfying. He’s beaten Juan Manuel Marquez twice, Erik Morales twice, Timothy Bradley Jr. twice, Marco Antonio Barrera, Ricky Hatton, Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. That’s not to mention that Pacquiao’s sixth-round TKO victory over Lehlo Ledwaba on June 23, 2001, for a super bantamweight world title at MGM Grand was really something. It was Pacquiao’s first fight under trainer Freddie Roach. Pacquiao had never fought in the U.S. and few knew who the heck he was – until that night. It was, in essence, the real beginning of his storied career. But Pacquiao, 40, likes another victory more than all of those. “The (Oscar) De La Hoya fight,… Read full this story
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