Manny pacquiao He reflected on his career with a message that seems to be hinting at retirement.
“I have reached this point in my career by the grace of the Lord,” he wrote in Twitter. “He is the one who has given me the strength to fight all this time. I can only look back and say with complete honesty that I have given it my all. My family and my fans have been with me all the way. I will not focus on defeat and better count all the blessings I have received.
I have come to this point in my career by the grace of God. It is He who gave me the strength to fight. I can look back and honestly say that I gave my best. My family and you, the fans, have been with me all the way. I will not focus on the defeat, but instead count my blessings! pic.twitter.com/9d9Qivpe5I
– Manny Pacquiao (@MannyPacquiao) August 26, 2021
The Filipino did not openly say that he would retire after his defeat with Yordenis Ugás on August 24, but he warned that he would make one of the most important decisions of his life by being able to run for the presidency of Philippines.
After the combat, Pacman He acknowledged that he should take a break and over the next month he would warn the boxing world whether or not he would continue fighting.
He also acknowledged that he suffered some leg cramps that prevented him from hurting the Cuban.
His trainer Freddie roach He also said that he was concerned about the damage he suffered after being repeatedly connected by the right-wing rectums of Ugas, which caused damage to his face.
About your future, Ugas He said he’s ready to give a rematch to Pacquiao if it is what the Filipino wants her, although it is not known if after Errol spence recovers finally the expected combat is given or aims to Terence crawford.
Manny He is the only boxer in history to have achieved titles in eight divisions and came very close to becoming the only boxer to achieve world championship wins in four separate decades.
If he finally decides to hang up his gloves, he will retire with a record of 62 wins, 8 losses and 2 draws after a 26-year career.