Manny Pacquiao vs Erik Morales 1 Best Fight Ever?

Manny Pacquiao

Emmanuel “Manny” Dapidran PacquiaoPLH (/ˈpæki./ pak-ee-owTagalog: [pɐkˈjaʊ];[5] born December 17, 1978) is a Filipinoprofessional boxer and politician. He is the first and only eight-division world champion,[6] in which he has won ten world titles, as well as the first to win the lineal championship in four different weight classes.[7] He is also the second highest paid athlete in the world

Erik Morales

Erik Morales

Érik Isaac Morales Elvira (born September 1, 1976) is a Mexican professional boxer. He is the first Mexican-born boxer in history to win world titles in four different weight classes. He is a former WBC Light Welterweight Champion, WBC & IBF Super Featherweight, WBC Featherweight (x2) and WBC & WBO Super Bantamweight Champion.
Morales has defeated 15 different world champions during the course of his career. He is famous for his trilogies with fellow Mexican legend three-division champion Marco Antonio Barrera and Filipino octuple champion Manny Pacquiao. He ranks #49 on ESPN’s 50 Greatest Boxers Of All Time.[1]

Pacquiao vs. Morales I

Pacquiao leaving the ring while giving the V sign to the crowd on the night of the first fight against Morales

On March 19, 2005, Pacquiao moved up in super featherweight, or junior lightweight, division of 130 pounds, in order to fight another Mexican legend and three-division world champion Érik Morales for the vacant WBC International and vacant IBA Super Featherweight titled. The fight took place at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. In this fight, Pacquiao sustained a cut over his right eye from an accidental clash of heads in the fifth round. He lost the twelve-round match by a unanimous decision from the judges. All three scorecards read 115–113 for Morales.


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