Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao scored a stunning knockout win against Argentinian WBA welterweight champion Lucas Matthysse in Malaysia on Sunday morning in a win that announced the 39-year-old isn't finished yet.
This shake up shocked the boxing world because nobody could have imagined Pacquiao would leave Freddie Roach or Bob Arum at such a late stage in his career.
The 35-year-old Argentine, who came in with a reputation as a big puncher, had no answer to Pacquiao's blistering speed and he dropped again in the fifth. "He's a great fighter".
But the last time he faced an opponent of Pacquiao's calibre he was knocked out in the 10th round by Ukrainian super lightweight world champion Viktor Postol in 2015. Pacquiao used his traditional right jab and lead left to confound the Argentinean throughout, preventing him from finding an offensive rhythm.
"I knocked him down and that's a bonus for being patient in the fight, and working hard in training".
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The song has returned to prominence as a song of defiance, pride and resolution since the 2017 Manchester terror attack. They also made good use of the flanks and proved that they are a complete team with all round efficiency.
Duterte said: 'I would like to congratulate Senator Manny Pacquiao for giving us pride and bringing the Filipino nation together once more'.
In the other title fights, Filipino Jhack Tepora defeated Edivaldo Oretga of Mexico with a knockout to win the interim WBA featherweight title. You win some, you lose some, ' Matthysse Said.
Lu Bin's fearless bid for a record world title win in just his second professional fight came crashing to earth when he was knocked out in the dying seconds of his battle with experienced WBA light flyweight champion Carlos Canizales of Venezuela.
The southpaw dropped his opponent for the final time with a devilish left uppercut and the victory improved the eight-division world champion's record to 60-7-2.