March 13, 2010 by Post Team
The Manny Pacquiao Fight is expected to draw 45,000 seats. This decade, Manny Pacquiao has taken over as the king of the boxing boxoffice.
Manny’s trainer Emanuel Steward tells press:
“He’s been here since 2001, and he’s been fighting nothing but the best. I don’t recall a fighter — maybe Sonny Liston — who comes into a fight with so much attention. He fights everybody. He fights hall of fame fighters. You don’t see that too often.”
Born 1978, the 5?6” fighter nicknamed Pac Man is a 14 year pro, fighting since age 16. He’s a national hero at home.
“The entire country comes to a virtual standstill whenever he fights. Manny is also recognized by most observers as the best fighter at any weight in the ring today, the best pound for pound fighter.”
Manny was named 2006 Fighter of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association and The Ring. The Ring Online writes the following:
“It’s amazing what a little guy with a big smile and an even bigger punch can accomplish. … [The Junior Lightweight class has] soared to new heights thanks in large part to Manny”.
While the listed start time for Pacquiao vs Clottey is 9 PM EST 6 PM PST, youhave a series of undercard boxing matches first. So don’t expect Pacquiao vs Clottey to come on until at least 11 PM EST 8 PM PST.
Humberto Soto vs. David Diaz
Jose Luis Castillo vs. Alfonso Gomez
John Duddy vs. Michael Medina
Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey
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