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Manny Pacquiao won a unanimous decision in his rematch with Timothy Bradley on Saturday night, avenging his 2012 loss and claiming the WBO welterweight title.
Manny Pacquiao, one of the few boxers to still move the needle, fights Timothy Bradley this weekend for the WBO welterweight title.
Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley intend to leave no doubt this time.
Manny Pacquiao will be coming off the longest layoff of his incredible career when he steps back into the ring in Macau in November.
Juan Manuel Marquez could have fought Manny Pacquiao for a fifth time. Timothy Bradley could have had a rematch with the Filipino congressman.
Juan Manuel Marquez knocked Manny Pacquiao out cold with a vicious right hand at the end of the sixth round Saturday night, putting a ferocious end to the fourth fight between the two boxers.
By now, there’s nothing Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez don’t know about each other. After 36 rounds in the ring — many of which could have been scored either way — there’s not much fight fans don’t know about the two, either.
Manny Pacquiao will return to the ring Dec. 8, almost surely in a fourth fight against Mexican rival Juan Manuel Marquez.
Manny Pacquiao says he wants a rematch with Timothy Bradley after a five-judge panel assembled by the WBO championship committee unanimously favored the Filipino fighter in a video review.
One of boxing’s major sanctioning bodies will review Timothy Bradley’s controversial split decision victory over Manny Pacquiao, the first step toward what promoter Bob Arum hopes will be “clarity” in the judging of the fight.
Manny Pacquiao tried to turn his welterweight title fight with Timothy Bradley into a brawl, but it was Bradley who won a split decision to end a remarkable run by the Filipino fighter.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. won’t be able to see rival Manny Pacquiao’s pay-per-view fight Saturday night against Timothy Bradley, but he will have time to read his mail.
Devout Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao may live and train here in L.A., but he is no longer welcome at one of the city’s most popular shopping and entertainment centers.
Philippine tax officials have filed a criminal complaint against boxing champion and lawmaker Manny Pacquiao for failure to submit documents to investigators looking into his tax returns.