Manny Pacquiao on who is his Toughest Challenge - Plus on Miguel Cotto and Oscar De La Hoya By Johnny Benz (Nov 5, 2009) DoghouseBoxing
On Wednesday at Freddie Roach's Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, Manny Pacquiao was busy training for his upcoming battle against Miguel Cotto. During his training Pacquiao took sometime out to discuss his fight with Cotto.
Pacquiao is strongly focues on Cotto and although Pacquiao is not worried about moving up in weight, he is looking at Cotto as his toughest fight to date. "I look at Cotto as my toughest fight," stated Pacquiao, adding: "I'm not
worried about moving up in weight."
Pacquiao went on to discuss his fight with Oscar De La Hoya, noting he had to move up in weight for De La Hoya as well. "I wasn't worried when I accepted the fight with Oscar De La Hoya and I wasn’t worried when I accepted this fight with Cotto."
So will Pacquiao knock out Cotto when the two face off on November 14th? Pacquiao's response to that question was: "My lips are sealed" Pacquiao zipped his lips closed with his fingers after the statement.
You can catch the highly anticipated match up between Pacquiao and Cotto on a Live Telecast of HBO PPV on Nov 14. Check your local cable or satellite dish receiver for further details.
Also do not forget that this coming Saturday (Nov 7) at 9 p.m. ET/ 6 p.m. PT. HBO's TV reality series "24/7 Pacquiao/Cotto" will return with a fresh new episode (Part 3 in a series of 4). Check your local cable or satellite dish receiver for further details.
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