Found November 07, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans: Yardbarker Blogger Network
When Manny Pacquiao visited Mexico City as part of his press tour to promote the upcoming fourth fight with Juan Manuel Marquez, Marquez made him an offer he couldn't refuse. Marquez invited him down to the Mexico City Federal Police headquarters to pay a visit to their shooting range. You can see the results of that trip right here in this special video. In the past, on 24/7, we've seen that Pacquiao has turned into a bit of a gun fanatic, and he likes heading down to the range and competing in various courses and competitions. Here though, accuracy wasn't exactly the issue. He gets handed a massive machine gun and just lets it fly, unleashing a torrent of bullets toward the distant targets. Did he hit anything? Who knows. But it's interesting to see Pacquiao holding up the gun and acting like a one-man firing squad. Enjoy the video and keep on checking back with us for more continuous coverage on Pacquiao vs. Marquez 4.
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