Freddie Roach Says Manny Pacquiao Is In His Prime Right Now; Adds Pac-Man’s Power And Speed Is At Its Peak


Freddie Roach Says Manny Pacquiao Is In His Prime Right Now; Adds Pac-Man’s Power And Speed Is At Its Peak
Freddie Roach Says Manny Pacquiao Is In His Prime Right Now; Adds Pac-Man’s Power And Speed Is At Its Peak

This Saturday night, the whole world will see the biggest fight of this generation.

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are both geared up to prove who the best pound for pound boxer is.

Pac-Man’s coach, Freddie Roach, says this is the best version of Manny Pacquiao.

When Roach and Pacquiao trained last April 26, Freddie Roach said that he had a hard time keeping up with Pac-Man.

“It was well worth it.

He beat me up a little bit,” said Roach late in the afternoon.

According to ABS-CBN news , Pacquiao was late that day but made the most out of their training session.

“He’s now in great shape and I don’t think he can get better right now.

He was late today because there were traffic problems,” Roach told the media.

“His power is unbelievable.

His speed is unbelievable.

I’ve never seen a better Manny Pacquiao than now,” Roach added.

Reporters then asked Roach how he foresees the first round of Manny Pacquiao vs.

Floyd Mayweather.

“Floyd put all those muscles for a reason and to use it.

He will come out fast.

And we’re ready.

He’ll tell us what kind of fight we’re gonna have,” he said.

“If it’s a boring fight or a good fight.

Is he gonna fight us or is he gonna run? Whatever they bring I’m ready for it.

If they want a fight we’re a hundred percent ready for that,” Roach said.

Then, a sportscaster asked if Floyd can still call himself Pretty Boy after the fight.

“You think people can still call him Pretty Boy after this fight? I don’t think so,” said Roach.

“I don’t think he’s pretty in the first place.” 

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