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Manny Pacquiao NEWS:

2012
- Manny Pacquiao versus Juan Manuel Marquez 4 round per round details
- Manny Pacquiao versus Timothy Bradley Jr. round per round details
- Manny Pacquiao versus Timothy Bradley Jr. on June 10, 2012

2011

- Manny Pacquiao WON versus Juan Manuel Marquez 3 Fight round per round details November 13, 2011
- Manny Pacquiao versus Shane Mosely Fight May 8, 2011
- Getting to know Manny Pacquiao's Opponent Shane Mosely April 21, 2011

2010
- Manny Pacquiao versus Antonio Margarito Fight round per round details Nov. 14, 2010
-
Manny Pacquiao WON versus Joshua Clottey May 13, 2010
- Manny Pacquiao versus Joshua Clottey February 2, 2010

2009
- Manny Pacquiao WON versus Ricky Hatton May 3, 2009
- Ricky Hatton's New Tricks for Manny Pacquiao April 30, 2009
- Manny Pacquiao versus Miguel Cotto July 27, 2009

- Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton Statistics February 7, 2009

2008
- Manny Pacquiao WON TKO vs Oscar de la Hoya Dec 7, 2008
- Manny Pacquiao vs Oscar de la Hoya Statistics September 10, 2008
- Manny Pacquiao vs Oscar de la Hoya September 10, 2008
- Manny Pacquiao WON vs David Diaz June 29, 2008
- Manny Pacquiao versus David Diaz Statistics April 26, 2008
- Manny Pacquiao WON versus Juan Manuel Marquez II March 16, 2008
- Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez II statistics February 7, 2008
- Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez II February 7, 2008

2007
- Manny Pacquiao WON versus Marco Antonio Barrera Oct 6, 2007
- Marco Antonio Barrera Profile Aug 28, 2007
- Antonio Barrera Looks Down at Manny Pacquiao's Punch Augu 28, 2007
- Manny Pacquiao WON versus Jorge Solis April 14, 2007
-
Manny Pacquiao versus Jorge Solis April 1, 2007

- Manny Pacquiao too Good for Jorge Solis April 1, 2007

2006
- Manny Pacquiao WON from Eric Morales November 19, 2006
- Manny Pacquiao versus Eric Morales III September 28, 2006
- Manny Pacquiao versus Eric Morales III is now Official July 14, 2006
- Manny Pacquiao WON! July 2, 2006
- Manny Pacquiao Ready to Fight June 29, 2006
- Manny Pacquiao versus Oscar Larios June 20, 2006

 

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All about Manny Pacquiao, PROFILE and Biography

Name: Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao
Alias or Nickname: Manny Pacquiao, Pac Man, The Destroyer, The People's Champ, Pambansang Kamao, Fighting Pride of the Philippines
Birth Date: December 17, 1978
Birth Place: Kibawe, Bukidnon, Phillippines
Home Town: General Santos, South Cotabato, Phillippines
Current Residence: Kiamba, Sarangani, Philippines
Religion: Roman Catholic
Father's Name: Rosalio Pacquiao
Mother's Name: Dionesia Dapidran Pacquiao

Career: Professional Boxer, Movie Actor, commercial model, Singer, Politician (Cngressman)

Siblings from first husband of his mother
-Liza Silvestre-Onding
-Domingo Silvestre

Siblings from Rosalio Pacquiao
-Isidra Pacquiao-Paglinawan
-Alberto "Bobby" Pacquiao
-Rogelio Pacquiao
, a talented boxer, but suffered a head injury in a serious motorcycle accident and no longer boxes
*Manny Pacquiao is the 4th child among the six of them.

Wife: Marie Geraldine "Jinkee" Zamora
Manny Pacquiao's 4 children:
- Emmanuel Jr. "Jimuel"
- Michael
- Princess
- Queen Elizabeth "Queenie"

Trivia:
- At the age of 12, Manny Pacquiao moved to Manila Philippines and sold cigarettes on the streets.

- his parents separated when he was on 6th grade when his father was living with another woman.
- His parents were vegetable farmers
- He started boxing and made the Philippines’ national amateur team
- His room and board were paid for by the federal government, and he reportedly had 64 amateur fights (60-4)
- Manny turned a professional boxer at 16 and won the Oriental-Pacific flyweight title when he was 18 years old.
- Manny enjoys playing pool in his spare time.
- Last Feb. 5, 2007, Manny Pacquiao and his brother Bobby went to a school in General Santos City to take a special exam that would allow them to get the equivalent of high school units of educational attainment. Both have only finished elementary grades due to extreme poverty when they were still growing up. At the Department of Education Testing Center, they took the High School Equivalency Test for almost six hours, started at 1:00 PM and ended at 6:30 PM. The brothers were administered exams in English, Filipino, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science.

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 32
Height: 5' 6½"
Reach: 67" (170cm)
Stance or Style: Southpaw
Weight category: Light Welterweight
Trained by: Freddie Roach
Manager
: Shelly Finkel
Global ID: 006129
US ID: 015582


Strengths:
- Lefthander with good skills, speed and movement
- Tremendous punching power in both hands
- Shown great improvement in his right hook
- Physically strong
- Always in top condition
- Experienced against top opposition


BOXING TITLES
Major World Titles

WBC Flyweight World Champion (112 lbs), 1998 - 1999
IBF Super Bantamweight Champion, 2001 - 2004
IBF Junior Featherweight World Champion (122 lbs)
The Ring Featherweight World Champion (126 lbs), 2003 - 2005
WBC Super Featherweight World Champion (130 lbs), 2008
The Ring Junior Lightweight World Champion (130 lbs)
WBC Lightweight World Champion (135 lbs), 2008 - 2009
The IBO, Ring Junior Welterweight World Champion (140 lbs)
WBO Welterweight World Champion (147 lbs)
WBC Super Welterweight World Champion (154 lbs)

Minor World Title
IBO Junior Welterweight World Champion (140 lbs)
Lineal Championship Titles:
Lineal Flyweight World Champion (112 lbs)
Lineal Featherweight World Champion (126 lbs)
Lineal Super Featherweight World Champion (130 lbs)
Lineal Light Welterweight World Champion (140 lbs)

Regional/International Titles
OPBF Flyweight Champion (112 lbs), 1997 - 1998
WBC Super Bantamweight International Champion (122 lbs), 1999 - 2001
WBC Super Featherweight International Champion (130 lbs), 2005 - 2007

Special Titles
WBC Emeritus Champion
WBC Diamond Champion
WBO Super Champion

Other Title Claim
Pacquiao was recognized as champion at featherweight by The Ring magazine. The website, Cyber Boxing Zone, also recognizes this claim. Pacquiao vacated his featherweight claim, after his loss to Erik Morales, expressing a desire to continue fighting at 130 pounds.

Awards and Recognition
International:
2000–09 Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Decade[141]
2000–09 HBO Fighter of the Decade[142]
2006, 2008, and 2009 Boxing Writers Association Fighter of the Year[141][143]
2006, 2008 and 2009 ESPN Fighter of the Year[144]
2006, 2008, and 2009 The Ring Fighter of the Year
2001–2010 World Boxing Council Boxer of the Decade [145]
2008 Sports Illustrated Boxer of the Year[146]
2008 Yahoo! Sports Fighter of the Year[147]
2008 and 2009 ESPN Star's Champion of Champions[148]
2008 and 2009 World Boxing Council Boxer of the Year[149][150]
2008, 2009 and 2010 The Ring No.1 Pound-for-Pound (year-end)
2009 Ask Men Most Influential Men (ranked 24th)[151]
2009 ESPN Knockout of the Year (in Round 2 against Ricky Hatton)[152]
2009 ESPY Awards Best Fighter[153]
2009 Forbes Magazine World's Highest-Paid Athletes (ranked 6th)[154]
2009 Sports Illustrated Fighter of the Year[155]
2009 The Ring Knockout of the Year (in Round 2 against Ricky Hatton)
2009 TIME 100 Most Influential People (Heroes and Icons Category)[156]
2009 and 2010 Forbes Magazine Celebrity 100 (ranked 57th and 55th)[157]
2010 Bleacher Report Most Exciting Athletes of All Time (ranked 85th)[158]
2010 World Boxing Organization Fighter of the Year[159]
2010 Yahoo! Sports Boxing's Most Influential (ranked 25th) [160]

National:
2000–09 Philippine Sportswriters Association Athlete of the Decade[161]
2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2008 PSA Sportsman of the Year
2003 Presidential Medal of Merit
2003 and 2010 Congressional Medal of Achievement / Distinction / Honor
2006 Order of Lakandula with the rank of "Champion for Life" (Kampeon Habambuhay)[69]
2008 Philippine Legion of Honor with the rank of "Officer" (Pinuno)[162]
2008 University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Honorary Award for Sports

Excellence
2009 Order of Sikatuna with the rank of Datu (Grand Cross with Gold Distinction)[69]
2011 Gabriel "Flash" Elorde Memorial "Quintessential Athlete" Award

Professional boxing Record
53 WINS - 38 KO - 15 decisions - 3 LOSSES - 1 by decision - 2 DRAWS

Result
Opponent
Type
Round
Date
Location Notes


Win
Win

Win
Win

Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Loss
Win
Draw
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Draw
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Loss

Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Loss
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
Win
 Juan Manuel Marquez

 Shane Mosley
 Antonio Margarito

 Joshua Clottey
 Miguel Ángel Cotto

 Ricky Hatton
 Oscar De La Hoya
 David Díaz
 Juan Manuel Márquez
 Marco Antonio Barrera
 Jorge Solís
 Érik Morales
 Óscar Larios
 Érik Morales
 Héctor Velázquez
 Érik Morales
 Fahsan Por Thawatchai
 Juan Manuel Márquez
 Marco Antonio Barrera
 Emmanuel Lucero
 Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov
 Fahprakorb Rakkiatgym
 Jorge Eliecer Julio
 Agapito Sánchez
 Lehlohonolo Ledwaba
 Wethya Sakmuangklang
 Tetsutora Senrima
 Nedal Hussein
 Seung-Kon Chae
 Arnel Barotillo
 Reynante Jamili
 Medgoen Singsurat

 Gabriel Mira
 Todd Makelim
 Chatchai Sasakul
 Shin Terao
 Panomdej Ohyuthanakorn
 Melvin Magramo
 Chokchai Chockvivat
 Ariel Austria
 Wook-Ki Lee
 Mike Luna
 Sung-Yul Lee
 Ippo Gala
 Bert Batiller
 John Medina
 Marlon Carillo
 Rustico Torrecampo
 Lito Torrejos
 Rolando Toyogon
 Rudolfo Fernandez
 Renato Mendones
 Lolito Laroa
 Armando Rocil
 Acasio Simbajon
 Dele Decierto
 Rocky Palma
 Pinoy Montejo
 Edmund Enting Ignacio


UD
UD

UD
TKO

KO
TKO
TKO
SD
UD
KO
KO
UD
TKO
TKO
UD
TKO
Draw
TKO
KO
TKO
KO
TKO
TD
TKO
KO
TKO
TKO
TKO
KO
KO
KO

TKO
TKO
KO
TKO
KO
UD
KO
TKO
KO
KO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
UD
KO
UD
UD
TKO
TKO
UD
KO
UD
TKO
UD
UD
UD
 (12)

12(12)
12(12)

12(12)
12(12)

2 (12)
8 (12)
9 (12)
12(12)
12(12)
8 (12)
3 (12)
12(12)
10(12)
6 (12)
12(12)
4 (12)
12(12)
11(12)
3 (12)
5 (10)
1 (12)
2 (12)
6 (12)
6 (12)
6 (12)
5 (12)
10(12)
1 (12)
4 (12)
2 (12)
3 (12)

4 (12)
3 (10)
8 (12)
1 (10)
1 (12)
10(10)
5 (12)
6
1 (10)
1 (10)
2
2
4
4
10(10)
3
5
10(10)
3 (10)
2 (8)
8 (8)
3
6 (6)
2
6 (6)
4 (4)
4 (4)
11/12/2011

5/7/2011
11/13/2010

3/13/2010
11/14/2009

5/2/2009
12/6/2008
6/28/2008
3/15/2008
10/6/2007
4/14/2007
11/18/2006
7/2/2006
1/21/2006
9/10/2005
3/19/2005
12/11/2004
5/8/2004
11/15/2003
7/26/2003
3/15/2003
10/26/2002
6/8/2002
11/10/2001
6/23/2001
4/28/2001
2/24/2001
10/14/2000
6/28/2000
3/4/2000
12/18/1999
9/17/1999

4/24/1999
2/20/1999
12/4/1998
5/18/1998
12/6/1997
9/13/1997
6/26/1997
5/30/1997
4/24/1997
3/3/1997
12/28/1996
7/27/1996
6/15/1996
5/5/1996
4/27/1996
2/9/1996
1/13/1996
12/9/1995
11/11/1995
10/21/1995
10/7/1995
9/16/1995
8/3/1995
7/1/1995
5/1/1995
3/18/1995
1/22/1995
 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States

 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, United States

 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, United States
 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States

 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
 Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States
 Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States
 Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States
 Alamodome, San Antonio, United States
 Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas, United States
 Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
 Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas, United States
 Staples Center, Los Angeles, United States
 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
 Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines
 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
 Alamodome, San Antonio, United States
 Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, United States
 Rizal Park, Manila, Philippines
 Rizal Memorial College Gym, Davao City, Philippines
 The Pyramid, Memphis, United States
 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, United States
 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
 Kidapawan City, Cotabato, Philippines
 Manila, Philippines
 Ynares Center, Antipolo City, Philippines
 Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
 Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila, Philippines
 Elorde Sports Complex, Parañaque City, Philippines
 Pakpanag Metropolitan Stadium, Nakhon Si Thammarat,
Thailand
 Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
 Kidapawan City, Cotabato, Philippines
 Tonsuk College Ground, Phutthamonthon, Thailand
 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
 South Cotabato Stadium, Koronadal City, South Cotabato, PH
 Cebu City, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Almendras Gym, Davao City, Philippines
 Makati City, Philippines
 Muntinlupa City, Philippines
 Muntinlupa City, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Manila, Philippines
 Manila, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Parañaque City, Philippines
 Manila, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines
 Makati City, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Mandaluyong City, Philippines
 Montano Hall, Cavite City, Philippines
 Mindoro Occidental, Philippines
 Mindoro Occidental, Philippines

WBO Welterweight World Title on the line. Fight at
144-pound Catch weight
Retained WBO Welterweight World Title
Won vacant WBC Super Welterweight World Title. Fight at
150-pound Catch weight
Retained WBO Welterweight World Title.
Won WBO Welterweight World Title and WBC Diamond Belt. Fight
at 145-pound Catch weight.
Won IBO and The Ring Light Welterweight World Titles.
A non-title fight. Fight at Welterweight.
Won WBC Lightweight World Title.
Won WBC and vacant The Ring Super Featherweight World Titles.
Retained WBC Super Featherweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Featherweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Featherweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Featherweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Featherweight International Title.
Won vacant WBC Super Featherweight International Title.
Vacant WBC International and IBA Super Featherweight Title match.
Retained The Ring Featherweight World Title.
Controversial Draw. WBA and IBF Featherweight World Title match.
Won The Ring Featherweight World Title.
Retained IBF Super Bantamweight World Title.


Retained IBF Super Bantamweight World Title.
Retained IBF Super Bantamweight World Title.
WBO and IBF Super Bantamweight World Title match.
Won IBF Super Bantamweight World Title.
Retained WBC Super Bantamweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Bantamweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Bantamweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Bantamweight International Title.
Retained WBC Super Bantamweight International Title.
Won WBC Super Bantamweight International Title.
Lost Lineal Flyweight World Title. He was overweight at weigh-in. 
WBC Flyweight World Title was stripped.
Retained Lineal & WBC Flyweight World Title.
A non-title fight. Fight at Super Flyweight
Won Lineal & WBC Flyweight World Titles.

Retained OPBF Flyweight Title.

Won OPBF Flyweight Title.








He had not made the weight so he was forced to use heavier gloves.










Professional boxing debut at Light Flyweight division.






FILMS

Year Film Role Notes
2000
2001
2001
2005
2008
2008
2008
2009
Di Ko Kayang Tanggapin
Mahal Kita... Kahit Sino Ka Pa!
Basagan ng Mukha
Lisensyadong Kamao
Anak ng Kumander
Brown Soup Thing
Pangarap Kong Jackpot
Wapakman

Dong

Dodong
Ambrosio "Bruce" Lerio
Kumander Idel
Cousin Manny
Abel
Magno Meneses/Wapakman





Writer/Producer

segment "Sa Ngalan ng Busabos"


Television Shows

Year TV shows Role Notes
2004
2004
2004
2005
2005
2006
2007
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2011
Walang Bakas
No Fear: The Manny Pacquiao Story
The People's Champion
Kamao: Matira Ang Matibay
Ok Fine Whatever
Ako ang Simula
The Battle of Cebu: Moment of Truth
Kababayan LA: Manny Pacquiao Specials
Pinoy Records
Totoy Bato
Show Me Da Manny
Rome is Burning
Jimmy Kimmel Live
MMA H.E.A.T.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
HBO Boxing After Dark
ESPN Friday Night Fights
Jimmy Kimmel Live
60 Minutes
Manny Many Prizes
Himself (uncredited)
Himself
Himself
Himself – Host
Himself – Guest
Himself
Himself – Crowd
Himself
Himself – Host
Emmanuel
Manny Santos
Himself – Correspondent
Himself – Guest
Himself
Himself – Guest
Himself – Audience Member
Himself
Himself – Guest
Himself – Guest [116]
Himself – Host
Video documentary
Video documentary


TV documentary





Episode dated May 1
Episode dated November 3
Episode dated November 12
Episode dated March 3
Episode dated June 18
Episode dated July 2
Episode dated November 1

Singing Career

Composer of Tagalog Songs: Lito Camo
Songs from Manny Pacquiao's albums:

Star Records Label (2006)
Laban Nating Lahat Ito
"Bilog"
"Para Sa'Yo Ang Laban Na 'To"
"Pagsubok Lamang Yan"
"Byaheng Pag-asa"
"Ipakita Mo"
"Ikaw at Ako"
"Hindi Ko Kaya"
"Kanta Tayo"
"Champion Sa Kantahan"
"Laban Nating Lahat Ito" (feat Francis M.)

MCA Records Label (2007)
Pac-Man Punch
"Pac-Man Punch" – Willie Wilcox feat. Nemesis Yankee and Manny Pacquiao
"Pac-Man Punch (R U Ready?)" – Willie Wilcox feat. Nemesis Yankee
"Pac-Man Punch (Knockout Remix)" – Willie Wilcox feat. Nemesis Yankee and Manny Pacquiao
"Pac-Man Punch (Minus One)"

GMA Records Label (2009 Single)
"Lahing Pinoy"

GMA Records Label (2011 Single)
Remake of Dan Hill's Sometimes When We Touch

POLITICAL CAREER

Philippine House of Representatives from Sarangani's Lone District Manny PacquiaoMember of the Philippine House of Representatives from Sarangani's Lone District Political party
- Liberal Party (2007, 2010)
- Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino (2008)
- Nacionalista Party (2009–2010)

May 13, 2010
- Pacquiao was officially proclaimed congressman of the lone district of Sarangani.
- He scored a landslide victory over the wealthy and politically well-entrenched Chiongbian clan.
- Pacquiao got 120,052 votes while his opponent for the seat, Roy Chiongbian, got 60,899 votes.

June 28, 2010
- Pacquiao took his oath of office as congressman before Supreme Court Associate
Justice Antonio T. Carpio in the Provincial Capitol of Sarangani in Municipality of Alabel.