Sean Gibbons, who runs Manny Pacquiao's promotional company, believes the Filipino superstar would be very interested in a showdown with unbeaten puncher Gervonta 'Tank' Davis.

Pacquiao, 45-years-old, retired from the sport in 2021 after suffering a twelve round decision loss at the hands of then welterweight champion Yordenis Ugas.

Gibbons explains that the sporting authority in Saudi Arabia is very interested in having Pacquiao fight in the country - with the contest being the final fight of his career.

The industry veteran views 'Tank' as a great opponent for his boxer.

"Manny and Gervonta Davis match up really well and that would be a fun fight. It’s a matter of being able to make the fight and that’s the difficult part. To close out his career in Saudi, it makes so much sense because they love him in that area so we will keep focusing on that first and we will see what comes up," Gibbons said to Betway.

While Pacquiao retired a few years ago, he's been taking part in exhibition fights. He's willing to entertain the idea of a sanctioned fight for the right opportunity.

"Manny has said this before, age is a number. He is still operating at the highest level of the sport and beginning camp this week in his hometown ahead of preparing for the April 20th exhibition fight in Thailand," Gibbons said.

"I see this as the perfect springboard into doing something in June or July if that’s in Saudi Arabia, the United States or England, Manny has one last year of fighting before he looks at returning to politics. Manny could do an exhibition with anyone until he is 100. He is built differently and has a fountain of youth, and we hope in the summer time we can do something big.

"Saudi Arabia would be a great place to end his career and he has always wanted to fight in the Middle East. I hope it works out, we are having discussions and Manny is talking to his Excellency Turki Alalshikh. Conor McGregor has said he is fighting in the UFC in June so there’s nothing happening at all there, but it can be revisited alongside Floyd Mayweather. They are fights he could do at 100 years old, off the couch with ease."