Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao beats DK Yoo in South Korea, now he is looking for Terence Crawford or Errol Spence

World legend of Philippine boxing, Manny Pacquiao showed once again that he still has material in his fists and this Sunday he managed to beat DK Yoo in an exhibition fight held in South Korea.

Pacman prevailed by unanimous decision after six rounds of action at the Sel Arena in the Korean capital, where the mixed martial arts fighter had the support of the fans.

For his opponent Yoo, a martial artist and internet star, it was only the second time in a boxing ring — his previous encounter an exhibition match against former UFC fighter Bradley Scott.

Yoo, dubbed the “Korean Bruce Lee” in his homeland — was no match for Pacquiao despite being significantly taller and heavier.

Pacquiao, who turns 44 next week, was the winner by unanimous decision and hinted that more appearances in the ring could lie ahead.

Manny Pacquiao’s future

With this fight, Manny remains active and a few hours before declaring that He does not rule out facing the best current fighters like Errol Spence and Terence Crawford.

“Of course I can fight them. I can’t wait to fight them to see if they are real champions. I’ve fought the best and I want to try them. I’m still here,” the Filipino said in an interview with Fight Hype.

Pacquiao, a multiple world champion who hung up his gloves with a 62-8-2 record after winning 12 major titles in eight weight classes, admitted: “I felt lonely when I retired from boxing.”

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