Camps of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather have their fair share of reports on how well each fighter’s training has been going.
However, Pacquiao has been plagued by a report last week that coach Freddie Roach is displeased with some aspects of their training.
Buboy Fernandez, debunked all the reports.
In an interview with PhilBoxing , Buboy Fernandez said everything is going well right now.
“No, they’re not true,” Fernandez told Eddie Alinea.
“Truth is, and I’m not bragging, in Manny’s current situation, after a month here, Manny could definitely knock out (Floyd) Mayweather,” Fernandez said.
“As I told you last week, Manny is extra sharp right now,” Fernandez also said.
“He is ferocious and his determination is off the charts.
He only have two things in mind, train and win.
He will never let this match slip out our hands.” “If you can actually watch him face to face, you will be surprised,” he said.
Asked about the cramps that afflicted Pacquiao last week, he said, “The alleged leg cramps has(sic) already been solved since last week.
The bad sparring performance attributed to Coach Freddie, those were not true.” “Tomorrow is sparring day, and Freddie has a plan to increase the frequency from eight rounds as of last Saturday to 10 or perhaps even up to 12, because our second month has already started here at L.A.
If coach Freddie is not happy with the sparring results, why did he increase the load?” He added.
Fernandez also stated that Pacquiao has been requesting for more tasks in training, including “several more rounds with the mitts.” “How can some assume that Manny is injured or if he is feeling any pain? He is even asking for more loads,” said Fernandez.