June 8th 2002-The Pyramid, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Manny Pacquiao (33-2-1, 24) Vs Jorge Eliecer Julio (44-3, 32)
In 2002 Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao, the then IBF Super Bantamweight, took on Colombian challenger Jorge Eliecer Julio. This was Pacquiao's second defense of the title and his third bout in the US whilst Julio was looking to become a 3-time world champion, having previously held the WBA and WBO Bantamweight titles.
July 2nd 2006-Araneta Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Manny Pacquiao (41-3-2, 32) vs Oscar Larios (56-4-1, 36)
In 2006 Filipino star Manny Pacquiao kicked off the year with a huge win, stopping Erik Morales in their second bout, in Las Vegas. In his very next bout the Filipino sensation took on veteran Oscar Larios back in the Philippines.
May 2nd 2015-MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Manny Pacquiao (57-5-2, 38) vs Floyd Mayweather Jr (47-0, 26)
Way back in 2015 we got the highly anticipated clash between Filipino star Manny Pacquiao and legendary American Floyd Mayweather Jr. It was a bout fans had been clamouring for for years and was a truly massive event for the sport.
March 15th 2008-Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Manny Pacquiao (45-3-2, 34) Vs Juan Manuel Marquez (48-3-1, 35) II
In 2008 we saw the second clash between Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao and Mexican nemesis Juan Manuel Marquez. The bout came almost 4 years after their controversial and brilliant draw, and saw Marquez entering as the WBC Super Featherweight champion whilst Pacquiao was looking to become a 3-weight world champion.
May 8th 2004-MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Manny Pacquiao (38-2-1, 29) vs Juan Manuel Marquez (42-2, 33)
Amazing rivalries in sport is a reason we all tune in to watch boxing, and in recent few rivalries have come close to matching the brilliance of the 4 fight series between Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao and Mexican nemesis Juan Manuel Marquez. Here is the first of their 4 fantastic bouts, and this the one that helped launch one of the best rivalries in the sport's history.
November 10th 2001-Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, USA
Manny Pacquiao (33-2, 24) Vs Agapito Sanchez (31-9-2, 16
In November 2008 Manny Pacquiao, the then IBF Super Bantamweight champion, took on WBO champion Agapito Sanchez in an attempt to unify the two titles. Interestingly this bout came less than 5 months after Pacquiao had announced himself in the US with an upset win against Lehlo Ledwaba.
October 6th 2007-Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Manny Pacquiao (44-33-2, 34) vs Marco Antonio Barrera (63-5, 42) II
Almost 4 years after Manny Pacquiao stopped Marco Antonio Barrera in their first bout the two men faced off again. This time Pacquiao, who had been the under-dog in their first bout, was entering as the clear favourite.
November 15th 2003-Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Manny Pacquiao (37-2-1, 28) vs Marco Antonio Barrera (57-3, 40) I
In 2003 Manny Pacquiao made the full time leap up from Super Bantamweight to Featherweight. After dipping his toes at the weight earlier in the year, against Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov, he committed to the weight when he took on Mexican icon Marco Antonio Barrera in November.
May 2nd 2009-MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Manny Pacquiao (48-3-2, 36) Vs Ricky Hatton (45-1, 32)
In 2009 Filipino star Manny Pacquiao took on Englishman Ricky Hatton at the MGM Grand in one of the biggest bouts of the year. The bout wasn't a particularly competitive one, but did end with one of the most brutal knockouts of the year.
May 18th 1998-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Manny Pacquiao (22-1, 13) vs Shin Terao (10-2-1, 1)
Way back in 1998 Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao, who was the then OPBF Flyweight champion, travelled to face Japanese fighter Shin Terao [寺尾新] in Tokyo.
This isn't the original broadcast of the fight but instead a version of the fight that was shown as part of a 2020 TV special headed by Japanese comedian Chihara Jr, hence the reaction faces in the bottom corner of the screen. What is notable is this is a better quality version than most of the others that are online.
Here we include some of the best, most interesting, most exciting or most eye catching videos from around the Asian boxing world.