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Match Schedule: Welterweight Bout 2013 Rios vs Pacquiao Live
Date: Saturday,23 November, 2013
(United States time; November 24 in China)Time :8:00 PM(ET),5:00 PM(PT),1:00 PM(GMT).2:00 PM(GMT+1)
Pacquiao (vs. Rios live)was born the fourth of six siblings on Dec. 17, 1978 in the town of Kibawae, in the Bukidnon province of the Philippines. Pacquiao ran away from home as a child, leaving the day he discovered life had gotten so desperate that his father had actually eaten the family dog. He lived off the streets, often slept in a cardboard box, and sold doughnuts for a nickel to survive. As a 14-year-old, Pacquiao moved to Manila and continued his fight out of poverty by turning to boxing. He had a solid amateur career, winning 60 of 64 fights. After the death of a close friend and fellow boxer, Pacquiao, at 16, still under 5 feet tall and several pounds under even the lightest weight permitted to compete as a professional, turned pro anyway. To make his 105-pound debut, Pacquiao later confessed to hiding weights in his pockets when he stepped on the scales. Nearly 10 years later, Pacquiao finally arrived in America. On Nov. 15, 2003, he knocked out future hall of famer Marco Antonio Barrera in the 11th round to begin one of the most mythic decades in the history of boxing. VOD Premiere: Saturday, November 23, 2013 PPV Premiere: Saturday, November 23, 2013.
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Where: Venetian Macao’s CotaiArena, Macau
When: Saturday, 9 p.m. ET
TV: HBO PPV
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Maybe if Pacquiao either dies or suffers permanent damage in the ring, fighting for his people, perhaps he’ll end up even more bankable. Before all this is done, martyrdom might be the most convenient justification for the sum of far too many foul parts that surround Pacquiao’s lasting legacy.
““The world breaks everyone, and afterward, many are strong at the broken places.”” — Ernest Hemingway
Despite earning nearly $200 million during his brilliant career, Pacquiao always hemorrhaged money. In his next 20 fights, Pacquiao accumulated 10 world titles and became the first man ever to do so in an unprecedented eight weight divisions, from light-flyweight to junior-middleweight. He knocked out Mexican legend Erik Morales twice, avenged a draw against Marquez with two subsequent victories, retired Oscar De La Hoya on his stool, pulverized Ricky Hatton in two rounds, moved up in weight even further to batter Miguel Cotto into submission, sent Antonio Margarito to the hospital with a fractured orbital bone, then dispatched Shane Mosley and Marquez once more. The remarkable run finally ended with a highly controversial loss against Timothy Bradley in the summer of 2012.
Gary Andrew Poole’s 2010 biography, “Pacman,” laid out how Pacquiao’s contracts were split: After his manager’s took their 20-percent cut, his trainer Freddie Roach took 10 percent, strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza shaved off a few more points. There were also training camp expenses, tax bills in the U.S. and the Philippines, and his boundless, ever-growing entourage, all guzzling funds. According to a 2009 New York Times article by Greg Bishop, “Team Pacquiao has perfected the art of dysfunction. The entourage consists of trainers, assistants to the trainers, advisers, assistants to the advisers, cooks, dishwashers, car washers, publicists, gofers and security.” For each fight, Pacquiao also spent hundreds of thousands of dollars flying his entourage to Las Vegas, buying hundreds of tickets, covering hotel rooms, and providing spending money. In the Times article, Michael Koncz, singled out Pacquiao’s Achilles’ heel: “The downfall of Pacquiao, if there is one, will be his kindness and generosity. At some point, I fear that’s going to catch up to him.” Beyond Pacquiao’s generosity, he reportedly squandered millions from gambling. That doesn’t even account for his fleet of cars and extensive property holdings, including houses, condos, apartments and such an intense desire to give his money away to the poor he had to hire people simply charged with the responsibility to apologize and prevent him from throwing money at all the open hands spread out before him.
I flew out to Houston to interview George Foreman, one of boxing’s rare success stories. What was Big George’s secret? After the success of his signature grill (the Times reported in 1999 that the George Foreman Grill had already earned him in excess of $150 million) and a second reign as heavyweight champion, Foreman is reportedly now worth nearly a quarter billion dollars. Yet, before we could start the interview, with a note of gentle caution, George’s son, George V, asked me to avoid any slippery questions with dates and names. “His head’s fine,” George V smiled reassuringly, “Pop’s just getting a little older is all.”
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“Boxing is the number one sport in every man’s mind,” George smiled. “Being champion of the world meant a lot to me. For a short period. You’re up. You’re famous. You’re rich. Then you lose,” Foreman laughed. “You lose a boxing match and you crawl into a hole and there’s hardly anything that can get you out of that hole. Then you’re on the verge of ‘I don’t care anything about life.’ I know what success is and failure is and success was short lived. Some of us had all kinds of riches, but that didn’t mean we found any kind of happiness. There’s a loneliness to being the heavyweight champion.”
George was right. It was a poor man’s game. Boxing has no middle class. You’re either a millionaire or you need a second job. Whatever amount a fighter signs to fight for, no contract in sports bleeds more money in all directions faster than boxing. Don King used to ask many of his fighters to sign blank contracts. And they signed their lives away. Those same fighters would happily accept King’s offer of $10,000 in cash up front against a million dollars next week. Most boxers have to keep going until the bones have been picked dry. Then, when they have nothing left, no place to go, they simply go back to where they came, with nothing.
““Martin Luther King took us to the mountain top: I want to take us to the bank. I’m not fighting the Civil War, I’m fighting the poverty war.”” — Don King
It’s not an accident Donald Trump names everything after himself. It betrays a central fact about the fundamental emptiness of the legacy that Trump will leave behind. Who else would ever name anything after him? Imagine how you’d feel about a society that did. What exactly has Trump achieved or owned that stands a chance of inspiring future generations to attach his name to anything? This is because outside of Trump’s net financial worth, his ultimate value inspires nothing.
It’s no different for fighters. The value of a boxer’s legacy simply isn’t determined by what he has; the greats are remembered for what they give of themselves.
This is the central difference between Pacquiao and Mayweather. No matter how much Mayweather out-earns Pacquiao financially, he can never buy his way out of the fact no great champion in history has been more willing to stink out a fight. Mayweather’s legacy will be that he was one of the most exciting fighters in the history of boxing until he stepped into the ring. And none of Pacquiao’s well-documented personal failings can erase how much of his life he risked and ultimately left behind inside the ropes. The easiest way to score a fight, as HBO announcer Max Kellerman once pointed out, is just to ask, “Who would I rather be?”
Pacquiao and Mayweather should have fought a trilogy by now, their battles as famous as those between Frazier and Ali or Sugar Ray Leonard and Marvin Hagler. For the general sports fan, no fight boxing has offered since Tyson left the sport has escaped the shadow of Pacquiao and Mayweather facing each other. For the boxing public, in many ways their respective careers seem like opposite sides of Tyson’s. Pacquiao’s ruthless style reminds us more than anyone else of Tyson pre-prison, and Mayweather’s promotional genius owes a great debt to Tyson post-prison.
“Who knows? You saw what happened to Pacquiao after Marquez laid him out. Freddie Roach thought he was dead. He wasn’t dead, but they’ll still bleed him dry. To come back from that kind of loss and fight against a young, tough kid like [Brandon] Rios? That’s a very precarious move right there. Not for anybody making it happen, of course, but for Manny. But then he can never stop fighting. They never can. Too many bills and expenses. The lifestyle destroys them as much as any opponent. And everybody with their hand in Pacquiao’s pocket knows he can’t escape. You know, for them, the more in debt the better. He has to keep going.”
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