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Manny Pacquiao couldn't be more loose heading into his Nov. 12 bout with Mexico's Juan Manuel Marquez. Pacquiao joined Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night, where he spoke about his upcoming fight and the rumors of a possible fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. However, the crowd really got its kicks when he busted out the microphone and sang a duet with the show's host. To see PacMan sing "How Deep Is Your Love," watch below.
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I feel like I’m going to be saying this a lot; NBA players have some time on their hands right now, so you can be sure to see them in the news at various happenings. The latest was Kobe Bryant visiting Manny Pacquiao’s camp to watch him prep for his next fight.
I’m still amped from this morning’s Floyd Mayweather ass-kicking on the radio. As for Pacquiao, I expect him to...
Manny Pacquiao is taking a beating in the center of this ring. He barely knows a word of this Bee Gees song, which is a bit too high and complicated for his singing skills, and he's struggling to read the lyrics off the cue cards _ probably because he's wearing sunglasses in a dark studio.
The third episode of Pacquiao-Marquez 24/7 debuted on Saturday evening, with the Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez fight now just a week away. With fight night rapidly approaching, it means peaking in training before heading out to begin fight week activities and readying oneself for the bout itself. Check out a full recap of Pacquiao Marquez 24-7 episode 3 right here.
What will it take for Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao to finally scrap? A whole lot of moolhah for one.
As most of you know by now, FLOYD MAYWEATHER has set a date of May 5 to return to the ring…and Floyd’s camp has been hinting that his opponent will be—shut your mouth!!—MANNY PACQUIAO. On Wednesday, Mayweather cha-ching advi$er LEONARD ELLERBE told ESPN.com the following...
If someone ate my Halloween candy I would smash them in their scrotum with a fire iron. However kids don’t have a lifetime of disappointment and failure like I do so there isn’t as much pent up anger. So if someone ate all of their candy they would merely weep and sob like these little runts do on the Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. didn't take too kindly to Sirius radio host Rude Jude's accusation that he's afraid to fight Manny Pacquiao. So Mayweather decided to call Jude's show yesterday, at the urging of 50 Cent, and you can listen to the audio above. Mayweather never directly addresses the issue at hand, choosing instead to maneuver...