Here are the achievements of Senator Manny ‘Pacman’ Pacquiao throughout the history of his boxing career.
The boxing career of Manny Pacquiao is one of the most celebrated event in the world of sports.
Tagged as the Pambansang Kamao, he has added a new achievement in his hall of fame as he defeated Argentine boxer Lucas Matthysse last July 15 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Pacman knocked out his opponent during the 7th round and Filipino boxing enthusiast has another reason to celebrate.
Throughout his boxing career, Manny has already grabbed numerous prestigious titles.
Here are his achievements in the field of boxing, based on ‘The Boxing Post’.
Currently, the boxer from Saranggani has a record of 60 wins, 7 loses and 2 draws. Among his winning fights, 39 of which were through knock out.
He was hailed as the one with the most Division Champion in 8 Weight Classes and in the Division Lineal Champion in 5 Weight classes.
Aside from that, the boxer turned politician has a record of Most Division Champion in Original Weight Classes (112, 126, 135, 147).
Manny has been hailed as the Welterweight Champion for four times.
He defeated his Champion opponents for 23 times. This is the most highest number recorded in the history of boxing.
For 29 times, he had a fight with boxing champions from all over the world.
Here are the records of the belts he achieved in his boxing career:
WBC – 112, 130, 135, 154
WBA – 147
IBF – 122
WBO – 147 (3)
The Ring – 126, 130, 140
Lineal – 112, 126, 130, 140, 147
WBC International – 122, 130
OPBF – 112
IBO – 140
WBO International – 147 (2)
These are not just the only recognition given to the Pambansang Kamao. He also received trophies with prestigious names.
In 2009, Manny was hailed as the KO of the year. In that same year, as well as on 2006 and 2008, he has recognized as the Fighter of the Year.
From 2001 to 2010, the Filipino boxing champ was recognized as the Fighter of the Decade, based on a Twitter post.
Indeed, Manny has become a Filipino pride.
The achievements of the legendary Manny Pacquiao. pic.twitter.com/dKfOcvQ2RK
— The Boxing Post (@theboxingp) July 15, 2018