If Pacquiao is Knocked-Out he’ll retire according to trainer

“Pac-Man’s” trainer Freddie Roach said if the Pilipino is KO he’ll recommend retirement.

If Pacquiao is Knocked-Out he’ll retire according to trainerPhoto: Time Magazine
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MACAU, CHINA - According the trainer and manger of Manny Pacquiao, Freddie Roach if the future hall of famer gets Knocked Out in his next fight that will be the end of his career.

“It’s over 100 percent over” said Roach referring to the Pilipino’s career if he ends up KO.

Pacquio is set to fight American Brandon Rios in November in a Pay-Per-View fight from Macau, China. This will be the return to the ring for Manny Pacquiao after suffering a knockout loss to Mexican Juan Manuel Marquez.

The reason why Roach is so sure of this is because over the years he has developed a special relationship with Pacquiao, and the Pilipino has entrusted Roach with the decision of when it is time to walk away from boxing.

"We have a deal, when I tell him it's over, it'll be over" said the manager and trainer.

For now Pacquiao is starting promotion of the fight a cross various cities in Asia like Macau, Beijing, and Shanghai before coming over to the U.S. to promote in the mayor cities. He will then start his training camp in preparation for the fight.

This could end up being the last time we see the great Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao

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