Born: 17 December 1978
Birth Place: Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines
Nationality: Filipino
Nickname: Pacman
Division: Flyweight (112lbs) -Light Middleweight (154lbs)
Height: 5’ 6½” / 169 cm
Reach: 67″ / 170 cm


• Ten Time World Champion in Eight Different Weight Classes
• First to Win the Lineal Championship in Four Different Weight Classes
• Regarded as the Number One Best Pound-for-Pound Fighter in the World
•The Ring & BWAA 06’, 08’ & 09’ Fighter of the Year / Best Fighter ESPY Award in 09’ & 11’
• BWAA, HBO, WBO & WBA Fighter of the Decade
• Forbes 5thWorld’s Highest-Paid Athletes of 2012 / TIME 100 Most Influential People of 2009
• Lieutenant Colonel in the Reserve Force of the Philippine Army
• Congressman in the Provincial Capital of Sarangani


• Powerful Straight Left Hand
• Fast Hands and Feet
Manny Pacquiao’s straight left hand is notorious for its destructive power, mainly due to its blistering speed. It has put many fighters down and out. As his career progressed, he has improved his right hooks but it doesn’t come close to the effect his straight left has on his opponents.
A natural southpaw, Pacquiao’s footwork is so unorthodox that it puts him into positions where he can punch at the most awkward angles which befuddles his opponents.


Manny Pacquiao’s ascent through the weight classes is nothing short of spectacular. From Flyweight to Light Middleweight, he faced some of the best fighters in the world and destroyed many of them in the process.
However, his name will forever be linked to another all-time great, Floyd Mayweather Jr, and the question as to who is the best pound-for-pound fighter in their era will forever be debated as long as they never fight each other. His high work rate,
• lightning speed, devastating power and killer instinct has made him one of the greatest fighters of all time.
• Stays in shape all year round and loves to play basketball to improve his coordination, agility as well as maintain his stamina.
• Has six meals and six protein shakes a day when in training for a fight.
• Does a lot of plyometric exercises, most notably throwing medicine balls and hitting a heavy bag continuously with a baseball bat.
• Performs 1400 crunches everyday during training.
• Gets hit around the entire body with a bamboo stick to strengthen his body to absorb punches.
Pacquiao is very well known for his hard work ethic, and it shows in his machine like performances. It’s not unusual for his trainer Freddie Roach, to tell him to slow down or stop to let his body rest.
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