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Pacquiao's career by the numbers


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Here’s a rundown on the 26-year professional boxing career of Manny Pacquiao by the numbers.

26----pay-per-view fights, generating more than 20.4 million buys and over $1.29 billion in revenues.

8----fighters whom Pacquiao lost to, namely, Rustico Torrecampo, Medgeon 3-K Battery, Erik Morales, Tim Bradley, Juan Manuel Marquez, Floyd Mayweather, Jr., Jeff Horn and Yordenis Ugas.

7----fighters who floored Pacquiao, namely, Torrecampo, 3-K Battery, Nedal Hussein, Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov, Marco Antonio Barrera (should’ve been ruled a slip), Sugar Shane Mosley (should’ve been ruled a slip) and Marquez.

20----KOs registered by Pacquiao in the first three rounds, including six in the first.

4----fighters whom Pacquiao faced more than once, namely, Barrera twice, Morales thrice, Bradley thrice and Marquez four times.

12----world titles captured by Pacquiao in eight different weight divisions, the only fighter ever to accomplish the feat.

4----decades where Pacquiao was a world champion, the only fighter ever to accomplish the feat in the 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020s.

16----age when Pacquiao made his pro debut in 1995.

16----countries of opponents whom Pacquiao fought, including Cuba, England, Ghana, South Africa, Dominican Republic, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Puerto Rico and Australia.

3----fights that Pacquiao logged after turning 40.

17----wins Pacquiao compiled in world title fights against four losses and two draws.

7----undefeated fighters, with at least 10 bouts, who were beaten by Pacquiao, including Chris Algieri, Keith Thurman and Bradley.

11----fights where Pacquiao faced Hall of Famers, compiling a record of 8-2-1, with 4 KOs.

37----fights where Pacquiao appeared outside of the Philippines, including 31 in the US.

15----straight fights that Pacquiao won twice in his career, the first streak from 1996 to 1999 and the second from 2005 to 2011.

62----wins that Pacquiao chalked up in 72 fights (two draws) with his last victory a split 12-round decision over Thurman to wrest the WBA welterweight super crown at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, in July 2019.


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