Humble Pacquiao maintains discipline, grace despite Thurman badmouthing





LOS ANGELES, California --- Manny Pacquiao took some time off his grueling and intensifying training here as the Filipino boxing icon chose to rest for a day before heading back into the gym to continue the crucial stretch in his six-week training camp.
The temporary lull is no cause for concern though as the Pacman is putting in some extra work for his upcoming bout come July 20th against undefeated American boxer Keith Thurman Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thurman, who vowed "to retire" Pacquiao during a media gathering back in May has not winded down his trash talking.
Asked about the brass younger American fighter and how this could affect the bout in any way, Pacquiao, being the Pacquiao which we have grown accustomed to, just merely shrugged it off.

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Photo credit Wendell Alinea. MP Promotions
By Ponciano Melo Jr.

LOS ANGELES, California --- Manny Pacquiao took some time off his grueling and intensifying training here as the Filipino boxing icon chose to rest for a day before heading back into the gym to continue the crucial stretch in his six-week training camp.
The temporary lull is no cause for concern though as the Pacman is putting in some extra work for his upcoming bout come July 20th against undefeated American boxer Keith Thurman Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thurman, who vowed "to retire" Pacquiao during a media gathering back in May has not winded down his trash talking.
Asked about the brass younger American fighter and how this could affect the bout in any way, Pacquiao, being the Pacquiao which we have grown accustomed to, just merely shrugged it off.

In an interview with Pacquiao in his LA mansion, the eight-division world get more info champion chose to let Thurman's sly comments slide, even amid reports released saying that the remarks made by Thurman pissed Pacquiao off.
But instead of fighting back, the Filipino champ put the insult behind to be his motivation.
“I don’t want to get engaged with it, that’s too much negativity,” said Pacquiao during the intimate interview at his home.

The fighting Senator insisted that their side is more focus on dealing with Thurman on the ring rather than getting involved in a verbal fight.
He added that maintaining his discipline on and off the ring will help him win against Thurman as they continue to practice their game plan.
Pacquiao also assured that their match will bring excitement for everyone especially his home nation fans.
“This will be a great fight because first, he’s younger. He is way younger than me. He is the champion and undefeated at 29 wins, 22 knockouts and no loss. This will be a great fight and it will test my skill in the ring," Pacquiao said.
Going to the tale of the tape, Pacquiao, known for his insane quickness and power has a record of 61 wins including 39 knockouts with seven defeats and two draws. Thurman has 22 KOs in 29 wins with no defeat and one no-contest is known for his heavy punches.
And in their fight in July, Pacquiao will bank on his experience to put down "One Time" in Las Vegas.
For now, the Pacman rests, but expect him to grin it hard when the training camp shifts into a whole other gear in the days to come.
 

Humble Pacquiao maintains discipline, grace despite Thurman badmouthing





LOS ANGELES, California --- Manny Pacquiao took some time off his grueling and intensifying training here as the Filipino boxing icon chose to rest for a day before heading back into the gym to continue the crucial stretch in his six-week training camp.
The temporary lull is no cause for concern though as the Pacman is putting in some extra work for his upcoming bout come July 20th against undefeated American boxer Keith Thurman Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thurman, who vowed "to retire" Pacquiao during a media gathering back in May has not winded down his trash talking.
Asked about the brass younger American fighter and how this could affect the bout in any way, Pacquiao, being the Pacquiao which we have grown accustomed to, just merely shrugged it off.

pacman thurman
Photo credit Wendell Alinea. MP Promotions
By Ponciano Melo Jr.

LOS ANGELES, California --- Manny Pacquiao took some time off his grueling and intensifying training here as the Filipino boxing icon chose to rest for a day before heading back into the gym to continue the crucial stretch in his six-week training camp.
The temporary lull is no cause for concern though as the Pacman is putting in some extra work for his upcoming bout come July 20th against undefeated American boxer Keith Thurman Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thurman, who vowed "to retire" Pacquiao during a media gathering back in May has not winded down his trash talking.
Asked about the brass younger American fighter and how this could affect the bout in any way, Pacquiao, being the Pacquiao which we have grown accustomed to, just merely shrugged it off.

In an interview with Pacquiao in his LA mansion, the eight-division world champion chose to let Thurman's sly comments slide, even amid reports released saying that the remarks made by Thurman pissed Pacquiao off.
But instead of fighting back, the Filipino champ put the insult behind to be his motivation.
“I don’t want to get engaged with it, that’s too much negativity,” said Pacquiao during the intimate interview at his home.

The fighting Senator insisted that their side is more focus on dealing with Thurman on the ring rather than getting involved in a verbal fight.
He added that maintaining his discipline on and off the ring will help him win against Thurman as they continue to practice their game plan.
Pacquiao also assured that their match will bring excitement for everyone especially his home nation fans.
“This will be a great fight because first, he’s younger. He is way younger than me. He is the champion and undefeated at 29 wins, 22 knockouts and read more no loss. This will be a great fight and it will test my skill in the ring," Pacquiao said.
Going to the tale of the tape, Pacquiao, known for his insane quickness and power has a record of 61 wins including 39 knockouts with seven defeats and two draws. Thurman has 22 KOs in 29 wins with no defeat and one no-contest is known for his heavy punches.
And in their fight in July, Pacquiao will bank on his experience to put down "One Time" in Las Vegas.
For now, the Pacman rests, but expect him to grin it hard when the training camp shifts into a whole other gear in the days to come.
 

Humble Pacquiao maintains discipline, grace despite Thurman badmouthing





LOS ANGELES, California --- Manny Pacquiao took some time off his grueling and intensifying training here as the Filipino boxing icon chose to rest for a day before heading back into the gym to continue the crucial stretch in his six-week training camp.
The temporary lull is no cause for concern though as the Pacman is putting in some extra work for his upcoming bout come July 20th against undefeated American boxer Keith Thurman Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thurman, who vowed "to retire" Pacquiao during a media gathering back in May has not winded down his trash talking.
Asked about the brass younger American fighter and how this could affect the bout in any way, Pacquiao, being the Pacquiao which we have grown accustomed to, just merely shrugged it off.

pacman thurman
Photo credit Wendell Alinea. MP Promotions
By Ponciano Melo Jr.

LOS ANGELES, California --- Manny Pacquiao took some time off his grueling and intensifying training here as the Filipino boxing icon chose to rest for a day before heading back into the gym to continue the crucial stretch in his six-week training camp.
The temporary lull is no cause for concern though as the Pacman is putting in some extra work for his upcoming bout come July 20th against undefeated American boxer Keith Thurman Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thurman, who vowed "to retire" Pacquiao during a media gathering back in May has not winded down his trash talking.
Asked about the brass younger American fighter and how this could affect the bout in any way, Pacquiao, being the Pacquiao which we have grown accustomed to, just merely shrugged it off.

In an interview with Pacquiao in his LA mansion, the eight-division world champion chose to let Thurman's sly comments slide, even amid reports released saying that the remarks made by Thurman pissed Pacquiao off.
But instead of fighting back, the Filipino champ put the insult behind to be his motivation.
“I don’t want to get engaged with it, that’s too much negativity,” said Pacquiao during the intimate interview at his home.

The fighting Senator insisted that their side is more focus on dealing with Thurman on the ring rather than getting involved in a verbal fight.
He added that maintaining his discipline on and off the ring will help him win against Thurman as they continue to practice their game plan.
Pacquiao also assured that their match will bring excitement for everyone especially his home nation fans.
“This will be a great fight because first, he’s younger. He is way younger than me. He is the champion and undefeated at 29 wins, 22 knockouts and no loss. This will be a great fight and it will test my skill in the ring," Pacquiao said.
Going to the tale of the tape, Pacquiao, known for his insane quickness and power has a record of 61 wins including 39 knockouts with seven defeats and two draws. Thurman has 22 KOs in 29 wins with no defeat and one no-contest is known for his heavy punches.
And in their fight in July, Pacquiao will here bank on his experience to put down "One Time" in Las Vegas.
For now, the Pacman rests, but expect him to grin it hard when the training camp shifts into a whole other gear in the days to come.
 

NBA FINALS Game 3: Raptors take advantage of depleted Warriors to snatch 2-1 series lead




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OAKLAND, California — A career night from Curry could not turn a home-court advantage into a win for the Golden State Warriors as the Toronto Raptors steal one on the road after a rousing 123-109 Game 3 win in the NBA Finals at the Oracle Arena Thursday (Manila time).
Despite gunning for a career-high 47 points, Curry had little help from a team plagued by injuries, the most recent was to superstar starter Klay Thompson who suited up but did not play.
Kawhi Leonard on the other hand, dug deep after a scoreless second quarter to score 21 points in the second half to pace the Raptors with 30 points, six assists, and seven rebounds.
Kyle Lowry, together with the rest of the starting five of Marc Gasol, Pascal Siakam, and Danny Green, all scored in double digits.
The Raptor point guard, who traded seats frisking Curry on defence with Fred VanVleet, chipped in 23 points as the rest of the starters contributed the lion’s share of points with 106.
The series, which moved to Oakland from Toronto where GSW will be playing the final games of their franchise in the storied venue, saw the Raptors capture a pivotal 2-1 series lead.

The Warriors, sorely missed the services of Thompson who is contributing 19.5 points in the series. This is the first playoff game without Klay Thompson starting for the Warriors.
They are also rueing the loss of injured Kevin Durant, and Kevon Looney after only having two other players in twin digits apart from Curry who became the first player in 20 years to get at least 40 points 5 assists 5 rebounds before the fourth quarter.
Draymond Green pitched in 17 points, seven rebounds and four assists while Andre Iguodala, hero of Game 2, only managed 11 points in 31 minutes.
Toronto’s biggest lead was at 16 which came at different intervals of the game since the second half. The win Latest NBA News Updates has put the Raptors in the driver’s seat heading into Game 4 in Oakland on Friday (Saturday Manila time). via Ponciano Melo Jr.

NBA FINALS Game 3: Raptors take advantage of depleted Warriors to snatch 2-1 series lead




Kawhi Leonard. NBA
OAKLAND, California — A career night from Curry could not turn a home-court advantage into a win for the Golden State Warriors as the Toronto Raptors steal one on the road after a rousing 123-109 Game 3 win in the NBA Finals at the Oracle Arena Thursday (Manila time).
Despite gunning for a career-high 47 points, Curry had little help from a team plagued by injuries, the most recent was to superstar starter Klay Thompson who suited up but did not play.
Kawhi Leonard on the other hand, dug deep after a scoreless second quarter to score 21 points in the second half to pace the Raptors with 30 points, six assists, and seven rebounds.
Kyle Lowry, together with the rest of the starting five of Marc Gasol, Pascal Siakam, and Danny Green, all scored in double digits.
The Raptor point guard, who traded seats frisking Curry on defence with Fred VanVleet, chipped in 23 points as the rest of the starters contributed the lion’s share of points with 106.
The series, which moved to Oakland from Toronto where GSW will be playing the final games of their franchise in the storied venue, saw the Raptors capture a pivotal 2-1 series lead.

The Warriors, sorely missed the services of Thompson who is contributing 19.5 points in the series. This is the first playoff game without Klay Thompson starting for the Warriors.
They are also rueing the loss of injured Kevin Durant, and Kevon Looney after only having two other players in twin digits apart from Curry who became the first player in 20 years to get at least 40 points get more info 5 assists 5 rebounds before the fourth quarter.
Draymond Green pitched in 17 points, seven rebounds and four assists while Andre Iguodala, hero of Game 2, only managed 11 points in 31 minutes.
Toronto’s biggest lead was at 16 which came at different intervals of the game since the second half. The win has put the Raptors in the driver’s seat heading into Game 4 in Oakland on Friday (Saturday Manila time). via Ponciano Melo Jr.

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