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Huwebes, Oktubre 27, 2016

Pacquiao not slowing down in buildup to Vargas fight


Manny Pacquiao says that in spite of a rebuffing plan which incorporates juggling two prominent employments in the development to his arrival to the boxing ring, he has still figured out how to keep up his fire for the game. 

Since the Senate is on a break, the boxing legend says he is at long last ready to begin preparing vigorously to face World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Jessie Vargas in Las Vegas. 

Three months after his brief ring "retirement," Pacquiao is in the last weeks of arrangements for the battle which will be held November 5 at the Thomas and Mack Center.

"It can be very difficult if you are not disciplined. But I feel good," the recently-elected Senate member Pacquiao said Wednesday at the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood.
"Every day I was able to run in the morning and then train after the Senate session. The gym is very close to the Senate.
"It is important to win this fight convincingly to prove that I am still there."
Pacquiao's long-time trainer Freddie Roach said the 37 year-old's continued success is a result of the hard work in the gym.
"His work ethic is still the greatest I have ever seen," Roach said. "I am amazed that after 15 years of working together he still has that passion.
"He's beating the mitts and beating his sparring partners. He still has the speed and power. Manny will punch this guy out."
Pacquiao looked great in April when he ruled Timothy Bradley in their third battle. 
On the off chance that he moves beyond Vargas, the same number of think he will, Pacquiao could take a gander at a battle against unbeaten Terence Crawford in 2017.

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