Pacquiao: “Boxing is my passion, I want to fight the best”

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For those who are still questioning whether Manny Pacquiao should continue fighting
with his age already beyond 40, he answered it plain and simple.
Boxing is his passion and that passion remains alive that’s why he is fighting. It’s not
about the money, it’s about him enjoying himself while at the same time bringing glory to
his home country, the Philippines.
“Hard work is the most difficult thing in boxing,” the eight-division world champion said
on his Instagram video.
“I’m so honoured and thankful for the Filipino people for always being there and
cheering and supporting me. This is where I get inspiration from your support and
prayers.”
He is only weeks away from his ring return to challenge the belts of the undefeated
unified welterweight champion Errol Spence.
“God is good all the time. Always protecting me, giving me strength and keeping me
safe.”
“Boxing is my passion, I want to fight the best. It means a lot to win this fight and it’s
very important that I can bring another honour to my country.”

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