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Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao

Background - Manny Pacquiao

There was some speculation as to whether Manny was capable of fighting in the welterweight division, but the fight with De La Hoya put that doubt to rest. Pacquiano returned to the Light Welterweight division to fight Ricky Hatton for the IBO and Ring Magazine titles. The fight, featured at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, last all of 2:49 into the second round as Hatton went down, giving Manny another win by KO.

The latest fight pits Manny Pacquiano against Miguel Cotto, the current welterweight champion. The match is scheduled for November 14, 2009 at the MGM Grand. The fighters have agreed to a catch weight of 145 pounds and the purse as two of boxing's most recognized stars get ready to give fans with boxing tickets or the pay-per-view special a special fight to go down in history as one of the best.

Tickets for the biggest hyped of the year will disappear quickly, leaving most boxing fans watching the match up from their couch or at a bar, but Online Seats will have seats for that fateful night when the best pound for pound boxer enters the ring. The tickets are an incredible deal, priced shockingly cheap, and the selection has seats throughout the MGM Grand. Checkout the tickets and the seating chart and be sure to see the biggest fight of the year ringside, not couch-side, with seats from Online Seats.

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Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao Career

Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao, or Manny Pacquiao, is one of boxing's big-money stars and a national hero in the Philippines. His career started at the age of 16 in 1996 when he decided to enter the ring after the death of his friend, Mark Penaflorida, the year before. The decision has paid dividend as the lightweight southpaw punching machine has gone on to hold the WBC Lightweight belt, the WBC Super Featherweight belt, the IBF Super Bantamweight belt and the WBC Flyweight belt. Ringside tickets for his fights are always in huge demand as the brash fighter continues to fight to prove himself in his own eyes and the eyes of the boxing world.

At 47-3-2 the veteran fighter has had historic fights with Hector Velazquez, Juan Manuel Marquez, and David Diaz during the meteoric rise of his fighting star. Earning the honored distinction of being named the best fighter pound for pound by Ring Magazine, Manny Pacquiao stands 5 foot 6.5 inches tall and is currently climbing the weight classes, proving himself at every level.

Manny Pacquiao has also been able to use his rising stature as a boxer to become a cultural phenomenon and sell beer, video games, and national pride as well as boxing tickets. He has been the subject of a biopic movie staring Jericho Rosales and released in 2006, he has produced a song (This Fight is for You) that has dominated the radio in his homeland of the Philippines, he has been featured with Jet Li and Erik Morales for beer promotions, and his face has adorned a stamp.

The next fight for the famed Filipino fighter was with Oscar De La Hoya on December 6, 2008. Pacquiao dominated the fight from the opening bell until the eighth round. De La Hoya's corner threw in the towel before the beginning of the ninth, giving Manny a win by technical knockout. The fight tickets to the event were sold out soon after their release even though the fight was not a championship bout.

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