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Arum: Manny Pacquiao Wants Macau For Fall Fight Return

Philippines boxing hero Manny Pacquiao wants his next fight to be in Macau, according to his promoter Bob Arum Top Rank. Arum says they are working on an autumn showdown in the casino enclave. Negotiations are ongoing for a September return.

Asked late on Saturday at The Venetian resort-hotel in Macau if Pacquiao would be appearing there this year, Arum said: "I hope so, I certainly hope so. That will not be this summer, but will maybe be in the fall. I know he's expressed a desire to fight here, so we are working on that."

Pacquiao wants his next fight to be outside the United States, where he has traditionally fought in front of huge crowds and for enormous pay-per-view television revenues, to avoid high taxes.

Pacquiao, 34, has won an unprecedented eight world titles in different weight divisions, and was until recently regarded by many as the best pound-for-pound boxer.

But he lost his World Boxing Organization welterweight crown in June last year in a controversial points decision to US fighter Timothy Bradley, then suffered a knockout defeat to Juan Manuel Marquez in December.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by puga on 04-09-2013

do it . . if marquez does'nt wanna fight pac , put him on the undercard ...

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 04-08-2013

[QUOTE=junior gong;13222197]What the hell is this crap? You probably dont have two cents to scratch your arse with yet you are an expert on Manny's contract. Gotta love the remaining flojob's!:lol1:[/QUOTE] Hey junior gong, do you think Manny will have…

Comment by TangInaMo Floyd on 04-08-2013

PACMAN vs BRADLEY 2...:Thinkingo

Comment by chump123 on 04-07-2013

[QUOTE=junior gong;13222205]We have another one ^^^. :lol1:[/QUOTE] hey junior gong i have already asked check hooks out on a date but if you get in first im all yours

Comment by loui_ludwig on 04-07-2013

Watching Philippine news right now, reporting that Pac wants his next fight in Philippines.

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