Pacquiao: I Have Two-Three Fights Left In Me

Manny Pacquiao feels that after his knockout win over Lucas Matthysse, he’s got “two or three” fights left in him, and outlined Terence Crawford, Vasyl Lomachenko, and Floyd Mayweather as potential opponents.

Pacquiao would reject the idea brought by Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte to retire following his gaining the WBA “regular” welterweight title, telling reporters that he would be “lonely” without boxing.

“I feel good for now. Boxing is my passion and I would be lonely if I quit boxing,” he told reporters. “I believe I still have two or three fights left in me.”

While a fight with Lomachenko and Crawford would interest him, Mayweather is near the top of his list.

“If Mayweather comes back to boxing there is a possibility of a rematch,” he said. “But there are many other challenges, like Crawford, Lomachenko, Amir Khan and many others,” he added.

Quotes Via: Boxing Scene

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