Pacquiao, who entered politics in 2010 as a congressman before being elected to the Senate, said last week that he will make a tilt for the country's highest office.
Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao finished his 26-year, 72-fight career with 62 wins, eight losses and two draws.
Manny Pacquiao’s story is so remarkable that anyone familiar with it can’t help but root that it doesn’t come with a bad ending.
Manny Pacquiao didn't hide behind excuses or denial after a discouraging unanimous-decision loss to Yordenis Ugás on Saturday night.
Ugás beat Pacquiao by unanimous decision in Las Vegas, putting on an impressive technical performance on 11 days' notice.
Even Manny Pacquiao is uncertain whether his 26-year professional boxing career is ending on Saturday night.
Pacquiao, a senator in his native Philippines, admitted that he is taking a significant risk by fighting with Spencer in his comeback but, he said, he wanted a real fight.
The eight-division world champion and beloved national hero will have tens of millions of fans from the boxing-mad archipelago in his corner when he faces American Errol Spence.
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The World Boxing Organization has said it will review the scoring of the Manny Pacquiao-Jeff Horn welterweight title bout.
The Filipino great's camp and sporting greats slammed officials after he lost his World Boxing Organisation welterweight title in a controversial decision to Australia's Jeff Horn.
The 11-time world champion entered the fight at Suncorp Stadium as a hot favorite but got more than he bargained for against the 29-year-old former schoolteacher.