Manny Pacquiao and Jessie Vargas is about to rule the world this coming November 6, 2016. The big question is: Will the veteran Pacquiao beat the fresh and young Jessie Vargas?
As reported by ESPN, of all the cancellations, postponements and alphabet idiocy brings the return of Manny Pacquiao in the ring. The event was guaranteed after Manny's victory on April 9 over Timothy Bradley.
Meanwhile, Jessie Vargas is now ready to 'become one of the legends' for he will indeed be among the tough boxers who challenged the champ, as per Scoopnest. However, if he finds the best strategies and beat the champ, this will be another boxing record in the history, for, after the many who have tried bringing down the Pacman, he succeeded (if ever).
Pacquiao on the other hand, said in an interview, "I will continue to keep fighting as long as I love boxing and boxing still loves me." Based on the details of the status gained by ESPN, Pacman's last fights, has shown his punch production has been declined a large percentage and has set him on energy crisis as results of his punches records from previous 7 fights.
Pacquiao's first five fights show the rate of his landed punches at 36% and his thrown punches at 56%. While on his last two fights it shows an average 8.5% of his landed punch and 19.5% of his thrown punch.
Consequently, Vargas is very confident to say that he is ten years younger than Pacquiao and believes that it is his time to conquer the world title. This could be a pressure to Pacquiao aside from the height, but then Bob Arum said to critics that he guarantees this Pacquiao-Vargas fight to ends in a knockout.
This confirms that the age gap between the two promising boxers Pacquiao and Vargas could be the questionable source of their strengths if maybe it will go this way, making it clearly the best card of the year.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.