Manny Pacquiao Blog Part 1: Monday, April 6

What did you learn from your pair of 2012 defeats that have made you a better fighter?

“The loss I suffered to Tim Bradley I do not consider a loss. I accept the decision of the judges because that is part of boxing, but I felt I won that fight without a doubt. When I fought Bradley in the rematch I made sure to fight all out for the full 12 rounds. I wanted my world title belt back and I wanted to prove I was the better fighter.

“The lesson I learned from my loss to Juan Manuel Marquez was patience. I got too over anxious for the knockout when I had Marquez hurt. Knockouts should never be forced. I had Marquez badly hurt and on the ropes. When I heard the ten-second warning to end the round I thought I could finish him off with one last barrage of punches. I made a misstep and Marquez caught me with a perfect right counterpunch. He was the wrong man to make that kind of mistake against!

“I have been more patient in my last three fights against Brandon Rios, Tim Bradley and Chris Algieri and I have won almost every round of each those fights while still giving the fans the action they have always expected from me. In my last fight, against Algieri, I had six knockdowns and he was a runner. I think I have become a better fighter since my last loss.”

Mayweather-Pacquiao: At Last, a special film presented by HBO Sports detailing the road to the most anticipated fight of this era, debuts Saturday, April 18 at 12:00 a.m. ET/PT on HBO.

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao takes place Saturday, May 2 from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas live on pay-per-view beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT.

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COMMENTS

-Froggy :

Good stuff, Pacquiao learned from his last loss, like all great fighters learn from their losses, I am confident Mayweather can learn from his loss on May 2 !


-Radam G :

The "theatre of the unexpected" is in full force effect. First, Money May had chemical-cheating gurus Alex Ariza and falling Angel "Memo" Heredia meeting up in Camp Mayweather and bragging about how "two (cheating) heads are better than one." Next, Money May was bragging about his chef making him meals at a cost of $4,000 a day. Now his bytch-arse flunkies have made sure that ev'ybodee and dey momma know that he is going to use a $25,000 mouth guard for the dance with Da Manny.
->http://philboxing.com/news/story-106189.html. Danggit! Money May is bytch scare of Pinoy A-side meth -- I mean power. Hehehe! Like steel in the Money May's face hole is going to keep Da Manny's Pac-missiles from blasting out and breaking Money May's teeth and jaw. Money May didn't want this work. Twenty-four days and a wake up to go, and Da Manny is going to break the Mayvinci Code. And in the words of my 115-year-old Tio Mamoy: "Puck dat cheating bytch FloHulk up." And that's my 11,000th home run -- I mean post. Holla!


-amayseng :

The "theatre of the unexpected" is in full force effect. First, Money May had chemical-cheating gurus Alex Ariza and falling Angel "Memo" Heredia meeting up in Camp Mayweather and bragging about how "two (cheating) heads are better than one." Next, Money May was bragging about his chef making him meals at a cost of $4,000 a day. Now his bytch-arse flunkies have made sure that ev'ybodee and dey momma know that he is going to use a $25,000 mouth guard for the dance with Da Manny.
->http://philboxing.com/news/story-106189.html. Danggit! Money May is bytch scare of Pinoy A-side meth -- I mean power. Hehehe! Like steel in the Money May's face hole is going to keep Da Manny's Pac-missiles from blasting out and breaking Money May's teeth and jaw. Money May didn't want this work. Twenty-four days and a wake up to go, and Da Manny is going to break the Mayvinci Code. And in the words of my 115-year-old Tio Mamoy: "Puck dat cheating bytch FloHulk up." And that's my 11,000th home run -- I mean post. Holla!
11,000 wow. God bless!