Manny Pacquiao Vs Jeff Horn

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Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao Press Conference Record: 59-6-2 (38 KO) … Streak: W1 … Last 5: 4-1 … Last 10: 7-3 … Stance: Southpaw … Height/Reach: 5’5½” / 67″ … Age: 38

Thoughts: Manny Pacquiao is a 38-year-old Senator who is also the WBO welterweight champion and may still, in fact, be the best welterweight in the sport.


Manny Pacquiao Press Conference

A bit has been made of Pacquiao being a part-time fighter, and while it’s surely true he doesn’t stay in the gym as much as he did in his prime years, he fought twice in 2016 just like most top names in the sport do, beating Timothy Bradley Jr in an unnecessary third fight in April, a clear decision where he dropped Bradley twice, and Jessie Vargas in November, a clear decision where he dropped Vargas once.

Bradley and Vargas would beat Jeff Horn, more likely than not. They’re proven on a higher level. They are, as far as it’s possible to tell, better fighters than Horn. And Pacquiao was demonstrably better than both of them last year. Not three years, five years, or 10 years ago, but last year. This isn’t ancient history.

So if you’re waiting for Manny Pacquiao to slip to a level where Jeff Horn is a real threat to him, I don’t think we’re there. Even if he’s somewhat distracted and not at his very best, he’s probably still too good for Jeff Horn. He’s simply on another level. Decent conditioning and muscle memory could probably lead Pacquiao to victory here. It’s just not a competitive matchup on paper.
Jeff Horn
Jeff Horn Training Session Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images

Thoughts: Jeff Horn is not a bad fighter. Just overmatched on paper. There are some arguments for him that the hopeful are floating.

“He’s bigger!”

Almost everyone is bigger than Pacquiao at 147. Jessie Vargas was bigger last November. Chris Algieri was bigger. It didn’t help either.

“He’s younger!”

Again, Vargas was younger and fresher. Didn’t help. And Vargas has done more as a pro than Horn. Vargas, on paper, was a tougher matchup. Pacquiao routed him.

Jeff Horn Training Session

es, he did. He made it to the quarterfinals at London 2012 before getting blown away by Denys Berinchyk of Ukraine. Horn didn’t roll over — he gave a valiant effort — but Berinchyk was superior. Horn never did shine in big international tournaments, in fact. He fought in the 2011 World Amateur Boxing Championships, too, and lost to Everton Lopes in the second round.

These weren’t bad losses for these competitions. Lopes won the 2011 Worlds. Berinchyk won silver in London. But they were sort of the level cap for Horn as an amateur.

As a professional, “The Hornet’s” most notable wins have come over Randall Bailey, a one-trick pony past his prime, and Ali Funeka. Maybe you’d argue Viktor Plotnikov instead of Funeka or Bailey? The point is, he hasn’t yet been in with a single world fringe contender, let alone a true world class opponent. That doesn’t mean he can’t fight at that level, it means he hasn’t proven it.

Based on what I know about Horn and what you can see of him in the ring on tape, he’s not on Pacquiao’s level. He is, frankly, not really close to Pacquiao’s level.

The good news for Jeff Horn is nobody expects him to win or even be competitive, really. It’s a no-lose situation for him. If he shocks the world and wins the WBO title and knocks off an icon, then obviously that’s a huge win. If he gets sparked or just shut out over 12, what’s the harm? It’s Manny Pacquiao.

Matchup Grade: D. I’m not going to give it an F, because I don’t hate the fight, I just don’t think it’s going to be a matchup anyone thinks about come Monday. Pacquiao is up here, on this level. Jeff Horn is down here, on this one. Jeff Horn could beat Conor McGregor in boxing. He can’t beat Manny Pacquiao. He’s not good enough, and even if he had the potential to be, he doesn’t have the right experience to have prepared him.


Jerwin Ancajas vs Teiru Kinoshita: (26-1-1, 17 KO) holds the IBF super flyweight title, while Kinoshita (25-1-1, 8 KO) is a … fringe contender at this point. His last two wins have come over guys making their debuts, and here are the records of his opponents recently other than those two: 0-9, 9-2-2, 1-10, 0-2. HEY! But he did lose (badly) to Zolani Tete back in 2014. Kinoshita doesn’t deserve a title shot based on his ring results, but here we are anyway.
Umar Salamov vs Damien Hooper: Hooper (12-1, 8 KO) was another Australian Olympian in 2012, more hyped than Horn, as he had been a standout youth amateur. Like Horn, he didn’t deliver at the 2011 Worlds or London 2012, but he was a talent. More troublingly, he was knocked out in 21 seconds by a guy named Rob Powdrill as a pro in 2014, stunting his professional development. Most recently, he did beat veteran Nader Hamdan in December. He’s a talented fighter whose dedication has been questioned in the past. Salamov (19-0, 14 KO) is a serious light heavyweight prospect, a 23-year-old from Russia now fighting out of Las Vegas. It’s a big fight for both guys at this stage of their careers, and writing off Hooper’s one loss as a fluky thing (which I think is fair), it’s probably the most evenly matched fight on this card. And I don’t think it’s airing on U.S. TV.
Shane Mosley Jr vs David Toussaint: Mosley (10-1, 7 KO) has never really struck me as a standout prospect at 160. He’s got the legacy and the name, but then so do a lot of fighters. He lost a four-round split decision early in his career in 2014, but has bounced back from that, too, which does show dedication and commitment — when the going got tough, he didn’t give up. Toussaint (10-0, 8 KO) is an Aussie prospect I know nothing about.
Michael Conlan vs Jarrett Owen: Conlan (2-0, 2 KO) is an obvious pet





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MANNY Pacquiao is speaking so softly he’s almost inaudible but the onversation is about strippers and casinos and wild sex so the radar immediately goes on full alert.BRUTAL PUNISHMENT: Pacman hurts best friend every dayJOURNO V PACMAN: being punched by a legendLong after he was taught to throw a left and right, Pacquiao found a wife who taught him right from wrong.He credits long-suffering spouse Jinkee for turning his whole life and soul around.The reputation of the world welterweight champion these days borders on religious reverence in the Philippines. He is outwardly a modest, humble, almost saintly father of five who has made more than $500 million from boxing.
Manny Pacquiao has quite the colourful past.
Once a former barefoot and dirty street kid, he became one of history’s greatest boxers as well as a senator and earned so much money he built 1000 homes in the Philippines from his own pocket to help the poor.He drinks nothing stronger than water these days but Pacquiao used to be an entirely different beast and his story of redemption is as compelling as the tale of the homeless street kid who scrapped his way through life’s briars to become a sporting icon.I suggest to Pacquiao that he enjoyed a drink once.“Once,’’ he says rolling his eyes.“More than once. Much more. I used to be drinking every night.’’Pacquiao, who defends his world welterweight title against Jeff Horn at Suncorp Stadium on July 2, was once an uncontrollable wild man — reckless, feckless, and dangerous to know. A multi-millionaire by his late 20s, he was a casino owner and he ran a strip club employing 100 girls.
He was unfaithful to his wife, Jinkee, many times and while he is now a member of the Philippines government advocating the death penalty for drug dealers, he once used cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana.
Manny Pacquiao prepares for his next bout against Jeff Horn.
But he says while he would often neglect his family to go out smoking, gambling and womanising, he now attends Bible readings every day with Jinkee, who has encouraged the enormous transformation of his life.
Pacquiao has a staff of 100 in the Philippines and one of the men closest to him is David Sisson, a 25-year-old son of American missionaries who have preached the gospel in Pacquiao’s hometown of General Santos City for more than two decades.“Manny was a wild guy, really crazy,’’ the young Baptist says.“I’ve known him since I was eight years old. He grew up a Catholic but he and his wife Jinkee had a lot of problems in their marriage.“It’s amazing to see how Manny went from that lifestyle to what he has now as a devoted family man and a well-respected senator.“The days of partying and drinking are over.’’Pacquiao’s fame and generosity are the stuff of legend. It is not uncommon for him to spend $30,000 on a dinner for his staff or to press wads of cash — or a newly constructed house — into the hands of the needy.
Manny Pacquiao hit the pads with News Corp journalist Jamie Pandaram.
Sisson claims Pacquiao’s decision to build 1000 houses for the poor showed the purity of heart in a man who spent much of his life off the rails.Pacquiao is freely touted as a future president of country in which he is adored.But he is living proof that money can’t buy happiness.Jinkee Pacquiao was contemplating divorce in 2011.Before his bout with Juan Manuel Marquez that year, husband and wife were involved in a fierce argument that threatened to send them apart forever. After beating Marquez, Pacquiao had what he calls “a spiritual reawakening’’ and became a non-denominational Christian. He said he experienced dreams and visions and heard the voice of God so powerful that he felt he was trembling and melting and that he had died and was born again.“I’m happy because I found the right way, salvation, born again,’’ he said.
Plenty of onlookers have come out to see Manny Pacquiao train.
In the last six years Jinkee has helped her husband become not just a better fighter but a better man.Sisson says Pacquiao “fell to his knees to ask the Lord to save him and forgive him and he has made a 180 degree change in his life since then.’’Pacquiao announced that he was giving up extramarital affairs, gambling, smoking, cockfighting and coke-snorting in order to his save his marriage.The couple took a second honeymoon in May 2012 and their family has prospered even if Pacquiao has not shown the same ferocity in the ring as he did before finding his religion.Pacquiao and Jinkee were arm in arm when they visited Australia in the last week of April to promote the Horn fight.