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Manny Pacquiao says retirement is near

Manny Pacquiao says retirement is near

Manny Pacquiao begins to enter his final week of preparation ahead of his first appearance against Yordenis Ugas in the last two years. On the other hand, seven days before the fight, the Philippine senator commented that against the Cuban the next one will not only put at stake a defeat, but something else, his retirement.

Manny Pacquiao begins to enter his final week of preparation ahead of his first appearance against Yordenis Ugas in the last two years. On the other hand, seven days before the fight, the Philippine senator commented that against the Cuban the next one will not only put at stake a defeat, but something else, his retirement.

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On the other hand, in the last hours, Manny Paquiao spoke to the press a week after the clash against Yordenis Ugas and considers that this may be his last fight. “Everything is a secret. My training, my constant challenges and my inspiration to arrive as in my best years. Mind you, it could be my last fight. I never give predictions, but I always come to the ring ready and psyched for whatever. Everything is at stake. I could decide to end the race with a spectacular performance, “said the Filipino at a press conference.

And he added: “I am very clear that the recovery for a 42-year-old man is surely not the same as a 25-year-old man, I still love what I do. I enjoy training and I learn more about myself every day. I know I can still handle the best in this business. ” On the other hand, the senator from the Philippines commented that he feels fantastic and that his team is confident in his abilities despite his age and that he has what it takes to surpass the Cuban.

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Finally, the Philippine Boxing Legend spoke of his legacy and said that it is something that is very subjective, that depends on each viewer. “Of course a victory after being away for so long will be happy for everyone in my country and my family,” concluded Manny Pacquiao who will go for the WBA Welterweight World Title against Yordenis Ugas. (Bolavip)

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