All fights list 2019, champion titles held, age, height and weight, KO ratio of the boxer Manny «Pac Man» Pacquiao.

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Manny Pacquiao

Information updated: 2019.09.18

Wins
62
(39 KOs)

Losses
7
(3 KOs)

Draws
2
 

Real name: Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao

Alias: Pac Man

Titles held: WBA (Super) (welterweight)

Born: Dec 17, 1978 (40 age)

Nationality: PhilippinesPhilippines

Division: welterweight

Weight: 147 lb (66,68 kg)

Height: 5′ 5½″ (166 cm)

Reach: 67″ (170 cm)

Stance: southpaw

KOs: 62%

Birth place: Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines

Residence: General Santos City, Cotabato del Sur, Philippines

Wins by KO: 62%
Wins by dec: 37%
Losses by KO: 42%
Losses by dec: 57%

Manny Pacquiao next fight will be announced later.

The last fight of Manny Pacquiao took place on July 20, 2019 against Keith Thurman.

Pacquiao won by unanimous decision (UD).

Date Opponent Result Notes
2019-07-20 Keith Thurman Win
SD
Won WBA (Super) welterweight title
2019-01-19 Adrien Broner Win
UD
Retained WBA (Regular) welterweight title
2018-07-15 Lucas Martin Matthysse Win
TKO
Won WBA (Regular) welterweight title
2017-07-02 Jeff Horn Loss
UD
Lost WBO welterweight title
2016-11-05 Jessie Vargas Win
UD
Won WBO welterweight title
2016-04-09 Timothy Bradley Jr Win
UD
Won vacant WBO International and lineal welterweight titles
2015-05-02 Floyd Mayweather Jr Loss
UD
Lost WBO welterweight title; For WBA (Super), WBC, The Ring, and lineal welterweight titles
2014-11-23 Chris Algieri Win
UD
Retained WBO welterweight title
2014-04-12 Timothy Bradley Jr Win
UD
Won WBO welterweight title
2013-11-24 Brandon Rios Win
UD
Won vacant WBO International welterweight title
2012-12-08 Juan Manuel Marquez Loss
KO
2012-06-09 Timothy Bradley Jr Loss
SD
Lost WBO welterweight title
2011-11-12 Juan Manuel Marquez Win
MD
Retained WBO welterweight title
2011-05-07 Shane Mosley Win
UD
Retained WBO welterweight title
2010-11-13 Antonio Margarito Win
UD
Won vacant WBC super welterweight title
2010-03-13 Joshua Clottey Win
UD
Retained WBO welterweight title
2009-11-14 Miguel Cotto Win
TKO
Won WBO welterweight title
2009-05-02 Ricky Hatton Win
KO
Won IBO, The Ring, and lineal light welterweight titles
2008-12-06 Oscar De La Hoya Win
RTD
2008-06-28 David Diaz Win
TKO
Won WBC lightweight title
2008-03-15 Juan Manuel Marquez Win
SD
Won WBC, vacant The Ring and lineal super featherweight titles
2007-10-06 Marco Antonio Barrera Win
UD
Retained WBC International super featherweight title
2007-04-14 Jorge Solis Win
KO
Retained WBC International super featherweight title
2006-11-18 Erik Morales Win
KO
Retained WBC International super featherweight title
2006-07-02 Oscar Larios Win
UD
Retained WBC International super featherweight title
2006-01-21 Erik Morales Win
TKO
Retained WBC International super featherweight title
2005-09-10 Hector Velazquez Win
TKO
Won vacant WBC International super featherweight title
2005-03-19 Erik Morales Loss
UD
For IBA and vacant WBC International super featherweight titles
2004-12-11 Narongrit Pirang Win
TKO
Retained The Ring and lineal featherweight titles
2004-05-08 Juan Manuel Marquez Draw
SD
Retained The Ring and lineal featherweight titles; For WBA (Super) and IBF featherweight titles
2003-11-15 Marco Antonio Barrera Win
TKO
Won The Ring and lineal featherweight titles
2003-07-26 Emmanuel Lucero Win
TKO
Retained IBF super bantamweight title
2003-03-15 Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov Win
TKO
2002-10-26 Prayat Sawaingam Win
TKO
Retained IBF super bantamweight title
2002-06-08 Jorge Eliecer Julio Win
TKO
Retained IBF super bantamweight title
2001-11-10 Agapito Sanchez Draw
TD
Retained IBF super bantamweight title; For WBO super bantamweight title; Split TD after Pacquiao was cut from accidental head clash
2001-06-23 Lehlo Ledwaba Win
TKO
Won IBF super bantamweight title
2001-04-28 Foijan Prawet Win
KO
Retained WBC International super bantamweight title
2001-02-24 Tetsutora Senrima Win
TKO
Retained WBC International super bantamweight title
2000-10-14 Nedal Hussein Win
TKO
Retained WBC International super bantamweight title
2000-06-28 Seung-Kon Chae Win
TKO
Retained WBC International super bantamweight title
2000-03-04 Arnel Barotillo Win
TKO
Retained WBC International super bantamweight title
1999-12-18 Reynante Jamili Win
TKO
Won vacant WBC International super bantamweight title
1999-09-17 Boonsai Sangsurat Loss
TKO
Lost lineal flyweight title
1999-04-24 Gabriel Mira Win
TKO
Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles
1999-02-20 Todd Makelim Win
TKO
1998-12-04 Chatchai Sasakul Win
KO
Won WBC and lineal flyweight titles
1998-05-18 Shin Terao Win
KO
1997-12-06 Narong Datchthuyawat Win
KO
Retained OPBF flyweight title
1997-09-14 Melvin Magramo Win
UD
1997-06-26 Chokchai Chockvivat Win
KO
Won OPBF flyweight title
1997-05-30 Ariel Austria Win
TKO
1997-04-24 Wook Ki Lee Win
KO
1997-03-08 Mike Luna Win
KO
1996-12-28 Sung-Yul Lee Win
TKO
1996-07-27 Ippo Gala Win
TKO
1996-06-15 Bert Batiller Win
TKO
1996-05-20 John Medina Win
TKO
1996-04-27 Marlon Carillo Win
UD
1996-02-09 Rustico Torrecampo Loss
KO
1996-01-13 Lito Torrejos Win
TD
TD after Torrejos was cut from an accidental head clash
1995-12-09 Rolando Toyogon Win
UD
1995-11-11 Rudolfo Fernandez Win
TKO
1995-10-21 Renato Mendones Win
TKO
1995-10-07 Lolito Laroa Win
UD
1995-09-16 Arman Rocil Win
KO
1995-08-03 Acasio Simbajon Win
UD
1995-07-01 Dele Desierto Win
TKO
1995-05-01 Rocky Palma Win
UD
1995-03-18 Pinoy Montejo Win
UD
1995-01-22 Edmund Enting Ignacio Win
UD
Professional debut

Manny Pacquiao is a Filipino professional boxer.

Manny «Pac Man» Pacquiao

Boxer Manny «Pac Man» Pacquiao

  • Total fights: 71
  • Wins: 62
  • Wins by KO: 39
  • Losses: 7
  • Losses by KO: 3
  • Draws: 2

A 16-year-old Pacquiao made his professional debut on Jan 22, 1995 against Edmund Enting Ignacio.

Manny won by unanimous decision (UD).

On Dec 4, 1998 Pacquiao became the WBC flyweight champion.

The Filipino won Chatchai Sasakul.

World flyweight champion Manny Pacquiao

World flyweight champion Manny Pacquiao

On February 9, 1996 Pacquiao lost for the first time in his career to Rustico Torrecampo by knockout (КО).

Rustico Torrecampo beats Manny Pacquiao

Rustico Torrecampo beats Manny Pacquiao

Pacquiao has participated in basketball, business, TV hosting, acting, music recording, and politics.

Manny is the first boxer in history to win a major world title in four of the original eight weight divisions of boxing.

In May 2010, Pacquiao was elected to the House of Representatives in the 15th Congress of the Philippines. He was re-elected in 2013.
In June 2016, Pacquiao was elected as a senator and will serve a six-year term until 2022.
Pacquiao has been considered a top contender for Philippine presidential election, 2022.

Manny Pacquiao married Jinkee Jamora. Together, they have five children: three sons and two daughters.