Not so long ago, Manny was not the only Pacquiao competing internationally. He had his younger brother Bobby with him.
But unlike the older Pacquiao who blossomed in the boxing world, Bobby did not.
Years after being gone in the boxing ring, where is Bobby Pacquiao now?

In 2008, Bobby Pacquiao hung the glove and stepped away from fighting professionally.
Failing in boxing, Bobby tried basketball. We all know that Manny as well loves to play basketball.
However, the 5’6” Bobby Pacquiao never made it to the pro.
Rumors about him joining the Philippines’ professional basketball league, which is the PBA, surfaced when his brother was named coach of his own expansion team KIA.
Asked about whether he will put Bobby in a roster, the older Pacquiao said it was too big of a favor. From then on, Bobby pulled out from the draft.
He found his true calling in politics.
In 2013 he first earned his seat as a barangay head.
Three years later, he became the city councilor of General Santos, their hometown.
In the present, he is still the incumbent of the place.
But before he finally decided to let go of boxing, how was his career statistically?
Bobby Pacquiao recorded 31 wins with 16 via knockouts, 15 losses, and three draws.
He was not as great as Manny.
His professional titles were the Philippines Games and Amusement Board (GAB) Super Featherweight champion, WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight belt, and WBO Asia Pacific Lightweight champion during his career.
He earned the moniker ‘the sniper.’
He fought in the lightweight division; a division Pacquiao has never attempted to reach.

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