Why David Fittelson Called Manny Pacquiao “The Third Greatest Fighter Of All Time”
withdrawal Shooting Shook the most loyal boxing audience. The 42-year-old boxer said goodbye to the 42-year-old as he will focus fully on his political career vying for the presidency of the Philippines. The official announcement of his farewell caused widespread spread on social media, so David Fittelson Take a moment to think of the path Pacman.
via Twitter, the Mexican commentator for the series ESPN He reiterated the arguments he made in the programme for blows. He stressed that Pacquiao’s farewell marked the end of a “very important era” in the history of the combat sport. In turn, he stated that, from his point of view, the current Senator of Asian country head Partido Demokratiko Pilipino – Lakas ng Bian (PDP- Milk) in between The three best athletes Gloves ever worn.
“One of the best I’ve seen on top of a ring, in black and white to tech colors and in high tech times too. Embarrassing. It can be compared to the best of all time. For me, I know this can be controversial, (…) to me the best The third fighter ever, behind Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard,” he noted.
Similarly consider that the knockout so Juan Manuel Marquez specified in Shooting, during the fourth battle between the two in December 2012, denoted by a before and after on the road on a Filipino canvas: “Even at this last stage (after slipping), mani different I reached Become world welterweight champion again. An all-time boxing phenomenon.”
Briefly, David Fittelson go into the way that multi heroes used throughout his life 26 years as a professional for climbing up and being crowned in different sections: “It’s incredible because one says ‘that can’t be who it ended up with’ World Superwelter ChampionWell, it was World Fly or Super Fly ChampionThis is, really something we will be resizing over the years. (…) I was very impressed by the combination of that power and speedit was amazing “.
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