Roach wants “PACMAN” to retire early next year

Roach wants “PACMAN” to retire early next year

The trainer of Manny Pacquiao who is Freddie Roach told Michael Leahy in an interview that he wanted “PACMAN” to end his Boxing Storied Career with health intact and not what he is suffering from now which is the Parkinson’s disease.

Roach sees that the next fight of Pacquiao would be the most ballyhooed, most profitable, most contentious fight in the boxing history. He is talking to the gifted, flighty and undefeated Floyd Mayweather with whom negotiations of the two was once cancelled. This fight could bring each fighter $30 million, Mr. Leahy wrote.

Freddie Roach said that he like Pacquiao to retire as a fighter after the fight of Floyd Mayweather. Roach wants Pacquiao also to be healthy, wealthy and happy he doesn’t want him to experience the medication that he experienced. Roach might also retire after this fight because as he said that he has been doing this for a long time.

Roach also added that, “With everything else Manny has earned, that should be enough for him.”

Pacquiao filed a defamation suit against the fighter Mayweather and his promoter, Golden Boy Productions because of the words that Mayweather spoken to public that Pacquiao using steroids. This is a very shameful in Pacquiao’s part.

Manny says Leahy like, I will knock Mayweather out, and I’ll crush him so that he could no longer talk like that to another fighter.

Pacquiao wants the fight between them happen, after their last failed negotiations. Manny says to Roach that no matter the posters says Pacquiao-Mayweather or Mayweather-Pacquiao.

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~ by Frankie on 03/12/2010.

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