Good news has finally arrived in the boxing community as Manny Pacquiao announced that he is already back in training.
The much-anticipated return of Filipino enclosing symbol Manny Pacquiao the boxing ring is at long last occurring.
Pacquiao, in a tweet early Wednesday morning, Feb. 10, prodded his aficionados of an alleged rebound since beating American fighter Keith Thurman last July 2019.
“Training camp has begun. I’m ready to get back in the ring and to further add to my legacy in the sport of boxing. Big news coming soon. @ParadigmSports @AudieAttar,” Pacquiao wrote on Twitter.
The eight-division world boxing champion, who holds a 62-7-2 record with 39 knockouts, has not battled since scoring a split choice triumph against Thurman to catch the WBA super welterweight title.
The WBA, be that as it may, as of late assigned Pacquiao, 42, as a “champion in the break” because of latency, peeling off his WBA belt and naming Cuban fighter Yordenus Ugas as the current champion.
In a letter Tuesday, Feb. 9, this incited the Games and Amusements Board to ask the boxing endorsing body for enlightenment concerning the choice.
Regardless, the most significant inquiry of everything is still left unanswered: Who will Pacquiao face straightaway?
Any semblance of Ryan Garcia, Conor McGregor, Terence Crawford, Errol Spence Jr. were among the features on media sources and online media stages.

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