Manny pacquiao hinted that his combat before Yordenis ugas, on August 21 for the welterweight belt of the AMBIt could be the last of his career as a professional boxer.
“Everything is a secret. My training, my constant challenges and my inspiration to arrive as in my best years. Of course, it could be my last fight, “confessed the Filipino. “I never give predictions, but I always come to the ring ready and psyched for whatever. Everything is at stake. I could decide to end the race with a spectacular performance. “
Pacquiao He knows that the process he would have to face to recover after the clash with the Cuban will not be the same, as a little less than two decades ago when he was just 25. However, he has full confidence that he can face fighters of high caliber.
“I am very clear that the recovery for a 42-year-old man is surely not the same as a 25-year-old man, I still love what I do,” he confessed. “I enjoy training and I learn more from myself every day. I know I can still handle the best in this business. “
The Filipino will have the Cuban ahead Ugas, who was given the belt that he won Manny when he beat Keith thurman just over two years ago. Pacquiao assured that his age will not be a factor for performance in the T-Mobile Arena to retrieve the scepter.
“I feel fantastic,” he commented. “My team has total confidence in my abilities despite my 42 years. They know that I still have everything I need to face high caliber opponents. “
On the legacy he plans to leave in boxing, Manny revealed that he can’t think for all fans in general, but made it clear that he wants to bring new glory to the people of Philippines.
“Legacies are subjective in the mind of each viewer,” he noted. “Of course a victory after being away for so long will be happy for everyone in my country and my family.”