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Unseen best versus a full package

By Recah Trinidad
PhilBoxing.com
22 Dec 2018




BOTH warriors could shine and sizzle new and different in their world title fight.

Manny Pacquiao vows to bring out the unseen best in him.

Adrien Brioner promises to dish out a lot of different things.

‘I’m 40 but I feel like only 25,” Pacquiao told Dong Secuya, founder and chief editor of Philboxing. com.

He said the world hasn’t seen the finest Pacquiao yet.

“Each fight is different, I will bring on a lot of new things,” Broner told an interviewer from his home place Cincinnati.

The flamboyant former world champion, sounding very sure of victory, said Pacquao will be the defining moment of his career.

**

Pacquiao and Broner clash in Las Vegas on Jan. 19 for the WBA welterweight championship owned by the fighting senator from the Philippines.

Weight is no issue for Pacquiao, who has skipped at least two days of training.

Broner, 29, as expected, has been killing himself shedding excess poundage.

He was estimated to be no less than 30 pounds over during the media press tour in New York and Los Angeles last month.

**

There was initial secrecy on Broner’s training regimen and schedule. But everything came out in the open when the flamboyant former four-division world titlist hosted a media workout earlier in the week.

“I still have a third workout tonight,” Broner declared while sweating heavily at the 5th Ave. Gym in Miami, Florida where Muhammad Ali had trained once.

His camp, said Broner, tame and renewed, would surely be at his best come fight time.

**

On Wednesday, BoxingScene.com posted a dozen photos of Broner in training, doing the mitts, limbering,, shadow-boxing in a dark t-shirt. He did look relatively trim, well on schedule. But there was one picture, a chance close-up, which showed a loose and fat belly, clear unchecked flab.

During that session, Kevin Cunningham, his trainer, said Broner will face Pacquiao as a full and complete package; strong, sharp, elusive, supremely ready and talented.

Cunnigham, saying Broner is also supervised by a strict strength and conditioning coach, described Pacquiao as a great rhythmic warrior. He was quick to add they could easily jam the Pacquiao flow.

“Pacquiao is not too good doing adjustments we will exploit that,” Cunnigham said.

Broner’s camp sounded very confident, but their man definitely has to overdo himself in trimming down, developing great legs, preparing an A-Game.

Broner will have to continue punishing himself in order to be at his required very best against Pacquiao the legend.


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