Climb aboard the Pacquiao bandwagon
When he was destroying guys like Lehlohonolo Ledwaba, Jorge Elecer Julio, and Emmanuel Lucero, I knew he was good. Everyone did. But I also knew that he had been knocked out twice early in his career. Sure, he had recently been overwhelming good fighters, but fighters with overwhelming offenses tend to look like world-beaters against good but limited opposition.
So when Manny Pacquiao moved up four pounds to fight the great Marco Antonio Barrera, featherweight champion of the world, his ...
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