With the intention of providing opportunities to Chinese youth and to help grow the sport, Manny Pacquiao has come up with an idea of opening a boxing academy in china. The Filipino boxer, with his latest venture in china, proved to be a tireless global ambassador for the sport of boxing.
Known by several other names like the Nation’s Fist, Pac-Man, and the Fighting Pride of the Philippines, he is trying to set up roots in china and establish a string og boxing academy.
Acknowledging the potential of athletes, Pacquiao is keen to play a part in the development of sport of boxing. With an institution already open in Hong Kong, his next endeavor has ended up in china opening world class training center with state of the art technology. In addition he is planning to open in 16 more cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.
Irrespective of the background and nationality, Pacquiao plans to bring people together to share thoughts, practice and excel. Sharing his vast experience, the champ will come to the country and teach at the academy to young pugilists.
Having said all that, one thing is very sure, Manny Pacquiao contribution to development of boxing will help Chinese fighters have a bright future.
At the Sparkassen-Arena in Kiel, Germany, “KING” Arthur Abraham will defend his WBO super-middleweight crown against Paul Smith on September 27.
Subsequent to an agreed point’s success over Nikola Sjekola in May, Abraham is planning for a second defense of the WBO title he recouped in a exhilarating third encounter with Robert Stieglitz, having enjoyed a success at the Sparkassen-Arena, the reigning champion is relishing a return.
Paul Smith combating against Arthur Abraham
This being Abraham’s fourth ring appearance, he has already won three times before, of which two are knockout.
In order to gain his first world title shot, the 31-year-old has impressed at domestic level and elevated the WBO rankings.
”I am thrilled that the fight with Arthur Abraham has been confirmed,” said Smith.
It is believed that the heavy-weight champion David Price will be returning to the ring in Berlin on March 29 where he will take on Czech Ondrej Pala.
After having faced the two-high profile losses, lately with Tony Thompson last year, the champion is upgrading his career- and now being promoted by Sauerland.
During the first round of his comeback fight in January, Istvan Ruzsinszky was knocked out by him, nevertheless Pala could afford a step up bringing a 33-4 record.
Working with American trainer Tommy Brooks, price has said that “This is the sort of fight I could do with,” “Pala is a guy who isn’t afraid to come forward and trade. We saw this when he fought Chisora. “Now it’s my turn. I’m in great shape. Everything has been going really well in the gym with Tommy. I am looking forward to getting in there and exchanging blows with this guy. I am confident that on March 29th I am going to get the job done.”
Having not fought since 2008, Riddick Bowe has announced a comeback. By taking on Wladimir Klitschko, he plans for a comeback to regain the world heavyweight title he held 20 years ago. The former two-time world heavyweight champion’s speech has been affected by a punishing career.
He has tweeted saying that "I’ll be back in the ring and once again, I’m coming for you Klitschkos- Screw all the haters"
Having claimed the title in 1992 by means of a thrilling triumph over Evander Holyfield an ex-champion, bowe went on to claim the WBO title.
"You are never too old to set a new goal or to dream a new dream," Bowe continued on the social media platform. "Why doubt me when mine is to once again be a champion?"
Bowe has reported to the boxing news saying that it would take a lot of money together with training to get