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Manny Pacquiao Is Back Training at Wild Card in Hollywood
Manny Pacquiao began his U.S. training camp today at Hall of Fame-elect trainer Freddie Roach's Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, Calif. Pacquiao is in his final five weeks of intense workouts as he prepares for his world title defense against undefeated junior welterweight champion TIMOTHY “Desert Storm” BRADLEY.
Pacquiao began the day with a 6:45 a.m. run from Griffith Part up the Hollywood Hills to the landmark Hollywood sign. He shaved a minute off his personal best time, running the 3.5 mile course in 22 minutes.
Later that afternoon, Pacman worked out for three hours with Roach at Wild Card, going 10 brisk rounds on the mitts followed by two hours of conditioning and hitting the bags.
Manny Pacquiao Quotes
I saw the Mayweather-Cotto fight. It was a good fight and everyone [fans] was happy.
I have no opinion on Mayweather’s plans to retire. That’s his decision. A very personal decision
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