Heading into the final four weeks of training, Manny Pacquiao and Freddie Roach have both agreed to cut down on media requests for on-site coverage after weeks and weeks of nonstop interviews. Fred Sternburg, who handles the publicity for Pacquiao and Roach, said the only time the media would get the chance to see the Filipino star train will be on April 15 during an open workout.
In the eyes of Freddie Roach, whose No. 1 fighter Manny Pacquiao battles Mayweather on May 2 in Las Vegas, the undefeated US boxer “doesn’t stand a chance.”Continue reading …
Midway through an intense padwork sessions with Manny Pacquiao at the Wild Card Boxing Club, Freddie Roach excused himself for about a minute to catch his breath.Continue reading …
Manny Pacquiao welcomed a high-profile visitor to his training camp Saturday with ties to his native Philippines: Tim Tebow.Continue reading …