No More Selfies With the Pacman, Says His Camp

ABS CBN North America bureau reported that Pacman’s team imposed a “no more selfie” policy on the fans who follow Manny Pacquiao during his morning drills and runs at Los Angeles. So if you’re planning to take a selfie with him, you need to have the best of luck. Even trailing with him in his morning runs won’t do so. ^06B257B544BE58801CA8704A9B5E1524FA9308573AA2045F40^pimgpsh fullsize distr No More Selfies With the Pacman, Says His Camp It had been marked. May 2 is the big day! Pacquiao will finally face Floyd Mayweather Jr. after dozens of negotiations between both camps. The big fight will take place at MGM Granden Arena to unify three significant titles: WBO, WBC, and WBA Welterweight Titles. The world will finally see who the best boxer of the century is! With a more dangerous opponent, Pacquiao’s team wants him to be free of any sickness and injury. His health has always been a priority for his team. Trainer Freddie Roach wants Pacquiao to slow down on his training to prevent over fatigue that could burn him out. Fred Sternburg, Pacman’s spokesperson says, “He [Roach] wants to make sure he [Pacquiao] doesn’t get overtired. Doesn’t want him to peak too soon.” And with regards to their age, Pacman himself insisted that it would not be a deciding factor and that both men are at the top of their game. “’It’ll be as good of a fight as it would’ve been five years ago. The same,” he told the LA Times. “Both of us are still at the top.”

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