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Monday, February 22, 2010

watch pacquiao vs clottey fight

Joshua Clottey of Ghana seems to be unthreatened by his match-up against the only 7-division world champion and pound-for-pound king, Manny Pacquiao, on March 13 at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Manny Pacquiao is a human being, like everyone else. He's just a really good fighter who is out there now who is No. 1 now,”Clottey told Lem Satterfield of
“If I win this fight against Manny Pacquiao, I will never feel like I beat the best fighter in the world,” he said. “I will feel like I had a fight with Manny Pacquiao, the best fighter out there, and I won.”
He also clarified that just in case he wins on March 13, people should not regard his victory as an upset.
“I'll say, ‘It's not an upset, but a win,’” the Ghanaian stated.
But before the 33-year-old Clottey talks about his possible triumph over Pacquiao, he knows that he first has to overcome the World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight champion.
He said he plans to beat Pacquiao by connecting his shots and wearing him down.
“I can't throw a lot of punches like Pacquiao will do. But I will connect enough to make him slow down and wear down, and bring his speed down,” he shared.
“I will also rely on my pressure. But I don't know what Pacquiao is coming to do, so I have to use my head. I don't know if he's planning to move around. But I'm not going to make him chase me. I will be right there.”

Monday, February 8, 2010

Pacquiao braves Clottey bout

   Despite being dubbed the world's pound-for-pound king, three-time Fighter of the Year Manny Pacquiao said he still toils to improve his skills to become an even better fighter. Pacquiao, a 7-division champion and acknowledged Fighter of the Decade by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA), said his training camp in the United States is now entering its final 5 weeks before his scheduled bout with Ghanaian boxer Joshua Clottey. The Filipino boxing sensation went on to talk about the other sacrifices he has been making. He said that because of the training, he was unable to be with his eldest child, Emmanuel Jr. or Jimuel, on his 9th birthday. He said he just called up his son to wish him a happy birthday and explain why he could not go home. Pacquiao said time has passed so quickly since he was a struggling boxer trying to establish a name.
  "I have sacrificed much blood, sweat, and tears  before I became a fighter of the decade. Thank the Lord God for giving blessings. Do not stop to fight and fight harder so that I can provide more joy and excitement to the ring to all my fans. They are the reason I try to be better and better every fight. "He said that despite rain and cold, he wakes up early to train and prepare for the match.

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