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Boxing fans have been waiting a long time to see Manny Pacquiao fight Floyd Mayweather in the ring and now–it appears Pacquiao wants to fight his opponent so bad that he’s willing to take a pay cut. Pacquiao wants this fight to happen to the point where he’s willing to take a 45 percent share [...]
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Manny Pacquiao said he would be willing to take less of a portion of the profits if it would help set up a bout between he and Floyd Mayweather.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was ordered on Wednesday by federal judge Larry R. Hicks to pay $113,518.50 worth of attorney fees to Manny Pacquiao for failing to attend a court-ordered deposition last year in Las Vegas to provide sworn testimony in … Continue reading →
Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez are going to throw down on Dec. 8, but on Thursday, the two looked like a pair of junior high students, awkwardly reporting on a sex. ed. project in front of the class. Why? Because some genius producer at ESPN thought it would be captivating to have both fighters stand on-camera and uncomfortably ask each other questions about their previous...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. should have known that labeling Manny Pacquiao a cheater was going to cost him eventually. The damages just aren't occurring in the ring. A federal judge has ordered Mayweather to pay about $114,000 for avoiding questioning from Pacquiao's lawyers in a defamation case, according to The Associated Press. Pacquiao's attorneys reportedly won more than...
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Its seems a little early to promote their upcoming fourth fight on December 8th but Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez battled each other in Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots on ESPN’s SportsCenter today.
Jay Crawford played the referee role and got a little too excited when their initial battle ended in a tie. Marquez won the rematch, which is the only win he has...
Manny Pacquiao really wants to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr., and he's willing to make some sacrifices in order to facilitate the much desired superfight. "Win or lose, I'll take 45 percent," Pacquiao told his publicist Friday, according to the Los Angeles Times. "Floyd can have top billing, he can be introduced in the ring first or last. "He can wear my...
Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez appeared on ESPN's First Take afternoon talk show to discuss their upcoming fourth fight. It's a part of the increased coverage that ESPN will be providing for boxing, particularly HBO events, with an agreement between the two networks which was recently struck. Right here, you can find the video of Pacquiao and Marquez on ESPN First...
Just when you thought that the folks over at ESPN Sportscenter had run out of ways to fill time, they decided to have boxer Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez do battle in "Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots" earlier today.
Check out the entire fight in the video courtesy of Business Insider:
HBO sports television seems to have an obsession with planning the future instead of just letting it play out. This notion that they can create a superstar and force feed us with their idea of scripting the sport of boxing. The truth is that HBO has benefited more from unexpected events than they have from what they’ve planned. Their idea [...]