History will still be at Manny Pacquiao’s side even if the eight time world champion will not be able to fight unbeaten American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and or if fails to win his next fight with Timothy Bradley.
Some sports analysts in the US said that there’s no doubt that Pacman is the most awarded fighter in the history of Boxing and he will be in the ranks of the Greatest Boxers of All Time, which includes Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Robinson.
Aside from being the first and sole 7 and 8 Division World Champion, Paquiao is the only boxer who became a lineal champion in four weight classes.
The Saranggani Congressman was also hailed as Boxer of the Decade of prestigious sports organizations like Ring Magazine, Boxing Writers Association of America, World Boxing Organization, HBO, Sweet Science Dot Com, Gabriel Flash Elorde Awards, and Philippine Sports Writer Association.
In 2009, Pacman was recognized as the World’s Greatest Ever Featherweight and ranked number 2 in the World’s Greatest Ever.
He was recognized three times as Fighter of the Year of the BWAA and Ring Magazine and was hailed as Best Boxer of ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Yahoo Sports, WBC several times.
If Boxing awards will be the basis, then Pacquiao has a lot and can’t be beaten by any boxer.
On March, Hollywood will release a documentary film as a tribute to the real People’s champ, Manny Pacquiao where the narrator of the said film is veteran Hollywood actor Liam Neeson.