Top 10 Manny Pacquiao's Best Fights (Videos)

Suddenly i was thinking about the top 10 Manny Pacquiao's best fights, so i thought why not share it here, then i started searching on the internet plus i bring back my memories from the past when watching his bouts. there's definitely more than 10 matches that are worth to watch, i mean who doesn't know that he's a beast, even the one boxer who called himself the best in the world (you know who he is, right?) can't stop making excuses and agree on a fight against Pacquiao.

The road of Pacquiao's rise to fame has been a thrilling one, it really shows that no matter where we are from, if there's will and faith, there will be glory. 

For those of you who don't know who Pacquiao is, he's the legendary multi-weight champion boxer from the Philippines, and for the rest of his story please go search on "manny pacquiao wiki" on google.

Top 10 Manny Pacquiao's Best Fights (Videos)
Top 10 Manny Pacquiao's Best Fights
So let's start this list now:

Manny Pacquiao vs. Lehlohonolo Ledwaba
Pacquiao's first match in America was in 2001 at 21 years old, he entered the ring and defeated Lehlohonolo Ledwaba of South Africa. The fight arguably put him on the radar, and from that moment, he went on to defend the title four times. He’s lost only one match since his American debut.
Manny Pacquiao (121 lbs) beat Lehlohonolo Ledwaba (122 lbs) by TKO at 0:59 in round 6 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Erik Morales III
With the series split 1-1, Pacquiao and Morales locked fists for the third and last time.
It was this fight that marked a change in Pacquiao’s fighting style. As if he wasn’t already dangerous enough, Pacquiao began to use his right hand as a key element of his arsenal. Manny now applied tremendous power in both hands, helping to amplify an already stellar swarming style. People ready to watch an incredible last match between the two, but unfortunately the match was one sided and ended early
Manny Pacquiao (129 lbs) beat Erik Morales (129 lbs) by KO at 2:57 in round 3 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao Vs. Antonio Margarito
Pacquiao's destruction of Margarito, a fighter 17 pounds heavier than him, was extraordinary in many ways. Not since Erik Morales beat the Filipino superstar in 2005 has a Mexican boxer solved the Pac-Man riddle. But is Pacquiao’s nickname as the "Mexican Killer" justified? The answer is yes yes yes.
Manny Pacquiao (144½ lbs) beat Antonio Margarito (150 lbs) by unanimous decision in round 12 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Marco Antonio Barrera
It was the first time Pacquiao went up to the Featherweight division. With this win, Pacquiao began to establish his legacy as the newest boxing superstar and the new "King of the Featherweight" division. For Pacquiao to defeat Barrera was an achievement, but to demolish him in such conclusive fashion showed that he was to be taken seriously by his peers.
Manny Pacquiao (125 lbs) beat Marco Antonio Barrera (126 lbs) by TKO at 2:56 in round 11 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Erik Morales II
Pacquiao put his WBC International Super Featherweight title on the line in the rematch against Morales. Pacquiao had lost the first encounter with a 12th-round majority decision. Morales escaped being knocked down twice early in the fight, once by holding on to the ropes and once by falling on the referee's body. But his resilience wasn't to last. It was the first time in his hall-of-fame career that Morales was knocked out.
Manny Pacquiao (128½ lbs) beat Erik Morales (130 lbs) by TKO at 2:33 in round 10 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar De La Hoya
In this bout Pacquiao beat Oscar de la Hoya so conclusively that he actually caused him to retire from professional boxing. Pacquiao pummeled De la Hoya for eight rounds straight, and the fight had to be stopped because the Golden Boy was taking such a hard beating. No title was exchanged when Pacquiao defeated de la Hoya via an 8th round technical knockout. But there was plenty of symbolism. Though very much in the twilight of his career, the much-decorated De La Hoya retired after the match and completed the passing of the torch to Pacquiao.
Manny Pacquiao (142 lbs) beat Oscar De La Hoya (145 lbs) by RTD at 3:00 in round 8 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Ricky Hatton
The England fighter went down twice in the first round before he was knocked out for good in the second round. Pacquiao looked like he was just biding his time in the first round. He then unleashed a left hook that sent Ricky Hatton down with less than 10 seconds left in the round. It was one of those moments that takes your breath away.
Manny Pacquiao (138 lbs) beat Ricky Hatton (140 lbs) by KO at 2:59 in round 2 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto
The most impressive Paquiao moment ever inside the ring has to be the night when he faced off against the lion-hearted Miguel Cotto. In a legacy-cementing win, Pacquiao defeated Cotto to capture the WBO Welterweight title and WBC Diamond Belt. The win made him the first boxer ever to win seven different titles in seven different weight classes. His performance that night fixed the Filipino's reputation as one of the finest boxers of this generations. Pacquiao simply destroyed Cotto.
Manny Pacquiao (144 lbs) beat Miguel Angel Cotto (145 lbs) by TKO at 0:55 in round 12 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez II
This fight was dubbed "Unfinished Business" because of the controversial draw that ended their first encounter in 2004. However, Pacquiao managed to edge out Marquez this time around, although the result include some controversy. The match was devastatingly hard-fought on both sides. Pacquiao edged with a narrow split decision.
Manny Pacquiao (129 lbs) beat Juan Manuel Marquez (130 lbs) by split decision in round 12 of 12.

Manny Pacquiao vs. David Diaz
This fight is very important for him because Pacquiao earned a championship for his fifth weight class. There was never any doubt as to who the better fighter was throughout the match, but the way he tortured a strong, rugged lightweight surely raised his popularity.

Special mention:

Manny Pacquiao vs. Shane Mosley 

Pacquiao successfully defended his WBO World Welterweight title against three-division world champion Shane Mosley via lopsided unanimous decision at the MGM Grand Arena. Rapper LL Cool J performed as Mosley entered first the arena, while vocalist Jimi Jamison of the rock band Survivor sang "Eye of the Tiger" as Pacquiao approached the ring. Pacquiao knocked Mosley down in the third round using a one-two capped with a left straight. Mosley was left dazed by the knockdown but managed to stand up. Mosley floored Pacquiao in the tenth round with a push, but referee Kenny Bayless inexplicably ruled it a knockdown. None of the judges seemed to have bought it judging from the scores. Replays showed that Pacquiao was throwing a punch off balance, had his right foot stepped on by Mosley's left foot and went down with a little help from Mosley's right hand. Bayless apologized to Pacquiao after the fight for the mistake. Pacquiao gained one-sided verdicts from all three judges – 119–108, 120–108 and 120–107.
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So this concludes the list of top 10 Manny Pacquiao's best fights, i hope you guys enjoyed it ^_^ But if you really a fan of Manny "PACMAN" Pacquiao, then purchase his DVDs HERE


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