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Arum Impressed: Pacquiao's Right Hand Key With Mosley

By Mark Vester

Top Rank's CEO, Bob Arum, has arrived at Manny Pacquiao's training camp in Baguio, Philippines. The veteran promoter is very impressed with Manny's early progress in camp. Pacquiao is training for his May 7th bout with Shane Mosley at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

“This is so early, and look how great he is. He can fight next week, probably," said Arum to GMA News. “He looks terrific. He looks very, very good."

Arum liked the way Pacquiao was using his right hand in training. Pacquiao's left hand is the most feared weapon in his arsenal, but Arum believes the right hand will play a big role in the fight.

“I like the way he's been using that right hand, because I really believe that the right hand is gonna tell the story of the fight," said Arum. “Everybody knows that the left hand is his power hand, so Mosley's gonna be looking for that left hand. But I think he's using his right hand tremendously and that's gonna be his big weapon."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lutenco on 03-22-2011

DAM,HE IS #1P4P FIGHTER ON THE PLANET.......please BOB,please!!! MANNY WILL STOP SHANE FOR ONE REASON: FLOYD RISKED A KO LOSS IN TWO ROUNDS TO DOMINATE ALL THE REST OF THE FIGHT,MANNY WILL STOP SHANE AND WILL PUNISH HIM ONLY TO…

Comment by femmo on 03-22-2011

I kinda wish Pacquiao would go back to his vintage Jab-Jab-Straight Lleft style for this fight.

Comment by LMFAO on 03-21-2011

[B]The only "key" was even older Mosely coming off a loss to Mayweather and a boring draw with Mora then leaving Goldenboy and walking "right" into Bob's manipulative hands. That's the "right hand key" for his cash coward that the…

Comment by Motofan on 03-21-2011

[QUOTE=The Gambler1981;10267471]I don't think Mosley is that easy to knock out, he not the greatest boxer defensively but he is not an easy guy to whoop up on either. It may get stopped who knows, but looking at Manny's recent…

Comment by Motofan on 03-21-2011

[QUOTE=apl n° 2;10266778]Yes, I can see it going that way as well. I'm taking into consideration that stopping the fight [against Floyd Mayweather, Jr.] was flowing through Nazim Richardson's head in the later rounds. There will be a point in…

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