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Big news from the boxing world Philippines Manny Pacquiao retires.

Philippines Manny Pacquiao retires from Boxing. Manny Pacquiao wants to work for his society. As per sources, he is planning to run for president in the 2022 Philippine elections.

Manny-pacquiao- during match pictures
Manny-pacquiao- during match pictures

Hanging up his gloves:

Boxing legend Philippines Manny Pacquiao retires from Boxing. Manny Pacquiao is properly hanging up his gloves. The eight-division world champion and Philippines representative, on Wednesday, September 29 2021, announces his retirement from the ring,

Manny Pacquiao last press:

“Thanks, everyone in his last press. Especially the Filipino people, for helping Manny Pacquiao. Goodbye boxing,” the 42-year old in a 14-minute video on his Facebook page. “It is hard for me to believe that my time as a fighter is over. So today, I am publishing my retirement.”

Long Career:

Pacquiao ended his 26-year, 72-fight career with 62 wins, eight losses and two draws. Of those 62 wins, 39 were by success and 23 by choice. In addition, he won 12 world claims and is the only boxer in history to win titles in eight separate weight divisions.

Inspiring career:

His resignation from boxing arose a disheartening defeat to Yordenis Ugas in Paradise, Nevada, on August 21. The younger Cuban boxer beat Pacquiao by popular choice, retaining his WBA welterweight claim. 

“Thank you for transforming my life. When my family was dire, you gave us strength, you gave me the chance to fight my way out of hunger,” Pacquiao said in the video. “Because of you, I was able to encourage people all over the world. Because of you, I have been awarded the spirit to improve more lives.”

Entering in Philippines politics:

He has blamed the government of President Rodrigo Duterte, his former ally, for making crime worse in the Philippines. He vowed to fight hunger and threatened corrupt politicians they would soon end up in jail.

Pacquiao Rags-to-riches life story:

His life story and legendary work credited his Southeast Asian nation, known by his monikers Pacman, People’s Champ and National Fist. Professional boxing debuted as a junior flyweight in 1995, at the age of 16, struggling his way out of abject want to become one of the world’s highest-paid professionals.

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