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Joseph Herron

Joseph Herron

In less than three weeks, future Hall of Fame fight legend Manny Pacquiao will enter the professional ring for the 67th time, as he takes on current WBO Welterweight title holder Jessie Vargas at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Although the sport of boxing is slowly but surely moving on without Floyd Mayweather, one can't help but wonder if Floyd will be content seeing someone like Canelo Alvarez or Gennady Golovkin bask the sport's limelight while becoming the pastime's primary ambassador.

Ring legend Manny Pacquiao will attempt to win his tenth overall world title on November 5, as he challenges the very confident incumbent champion, Jessie Vargas, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 
Will Floyd Mayweather Jr. ever make his triumphant return to the ring and surpass the late Rocky Marciano's hallowed and revered record of 49 wins without a single loss on his resume?

Senator Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines will be gracing the light-blue canvas once again on November 5.

Due to undisclosed medical issues, reigning lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will be out for an indefinite amount of time and will certainly not be competing in the ring this year.

Last week, Sen. Manny Pacquiao was in the news while fulfilling his duties as a public servant in the Philippines.

While Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum was in Los Angeles, California, promoting Top Rank's November 5 PPV event, the five decade boxing executive had some words for his former fighter, Oscar De la Hoya, on how he's treated Golden Boy Promotions' controversial position on the seemingly imminent showdown between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin.

While eight division world champion and Philippines Senator Manny Pacquiao is busy in his homeland pulling double duty as a public servant and a prizefighter, four division world titlist Nonito Donaire is in America promoting the upcoming event on November 5, featuring Pacquiao vs. Vargas in the main event of the evening.