Image: Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao A Modern P4P Boxer!

Ken Hissner just recently blogged about Manny Pacquiao, who regardless of being non-active because his loss to Yordinas “54” Milagros” Ugas in August, is still spoken about as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters of perpetuity. Pacquiao, a six-division world champ, is 44 and has actually revealed interest in battling once again, though his spouse is against it.

Hissner likewise discussed his list of the 12 biggest pound-for-pound fighters of perpetuity, consisting of “Sugar” Ray Robinson, Muhammad Ali, Joe Louis, Sam Langford, Harry Greb, Willie Pep, Jimmy Wilde, Julio Cesar Chavez, “Sugar” Ray Leonard, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Rocky Marciano, and Pacquiao.

Pacquiao has actually a record of 62-8-2 with 39 knockouts, and has beat a few of the sport’s greatest names, consisting of Marco Antonio Barrera, Juan Manuel Marquez, Oscar De La Hoya, Miguel Cotto, Shane Mosley, and Keith Thurman. Despite his current lack of exercise, Hissner thinks Pacquiao has actually made his location in the pantheon of boxing greats and will unquestionably be inducted into the IBHOF when he retires.


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