Manny Pacquiao’s Official Statement Over Viral Posts To Share Fight Winnings

Manny Pacquiao denies sponsoring contests.

MANNY PACQUIAO – The “Boxing Champ” Manny Pacquiao denied the viral contests online where he allegedly sponsored to share his fight winnings against Lucas Matthysse.

Manny Pacquiao floored down Argentinian opponent Lucas Matthysse in his recent boxing fight and ended the match in round 7 winning through a technical knockout.

Based on a previous report, some predictions and analyses before the fight have been made which indicated “Pacman has a killer speed that he could use to beat the Argentinian boxer, while Matthysse has a hard-hitting right hand.”

And right after his victory, there had been some boxers ahead of him rooted to be his another opponent for his next fight but in an article, his friends and colleagues wanted him to retire already.

With his victorious fights since 2005, Pacquiao had estimated earnings of $419 million total where his endorsements are not yet included.

And if converted to Philippine peso, he earned roughly 22,370,410,000 in his last 25 fights since 2005.

Indeed, his money is of numerous and in jaw-dropping digits.

After beating the Argentinian last July 15, he surely had another million-dollar worth of winnings but on social media platforms, there had been some posts circulating that he sponsored a contest to share his fight winnings.

Manny Pacquiao
Photo lifted from Pinoy Trend

To which the Boxing Champ has denied.

In an official statement as shared by Kapuso PR Girl on Instagram, the senator accordingly stated, “Nakarating sa aking kaalaman na may mga kumakalat na balita sa social media na ako ay namimigay ng mga premyo bilang balato dahil aking pagkapanalo. Nais ko pong ipaalam sa lahat na walang katotohanan ang mga ito. Fake news po ang contest na ito kaya’t huwag po kayong maniniwala at magpapaloko sa maling balita. Salamat po.”

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