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Huge Manny Pacquiao, Nike Meeting Pushed Back To July

By Lem Satterfield

Southpaw WBO welterweight king Manny Pacquiao postponed last weekend's mega-meeting with Nike due to a previously-scheduled family vacation, according to the eight-division titlist's promoter, Top Rank CEO, Bob Arum.

"It was just that Manny couldn't make it because he had promised his family a one-week vactation with them at this beach resort," said Arum, of a June 18 meeting.

"But they're working on it. It's a huge, huge merchadise deal for all over the world," said Arum. "It was supposed to happen on June 18. But we had to postpone that meeting until sometime in July."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by spoonwars on 06-27-2011

Family vacation > Global Nike endorsement :headbang:

Comment by WESS on 06-27-2011

Next up 20 million to co-feature in WWE..... back to boxing.....

Comment by bluetuazon on 06-27-2011

[QUOTE=Boxing's Truth;10750986]The only people that will rock any type of Pacquiao kicks are filipinos. Nobody in the hood are interested. Seriously, does anyone see any non-Filipino bragging that they have the new Pacquiao sneakers?[/QUOTE] haters gonna hate.....

Comment by bluetuazon on 06-27-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10750666]Why is this news manny will get paid little to make nike millions but his shoes suck[/QUOTE] nike>>>>>>>>>ecko..........

Comment by Rolaz on 06-27-2011

So all this advertisements stuff that Pacman is having to deal with, has something to do with his credibility, as well as, popularity in Sports, that indeed he is an asset to any product advertisement. What about Floydie? what news…

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