Boxing legend Pacquiao to face Japanese martial arts champion

Manny Pacquiao (46, Philippines) will return to the ring after 597 days (1 year, 7 months and 19 days).

Rizin announced on June 9 that “Manny Pacquiao will face Jihiro Suzuki (25) in a three-minute x three-round boxing -68kg match at Saitama Super Arena (22,500 capacity) in Japan on July 28.”

▲UFC ▲ Professional Fighters League ▲ Bellator ▲ONE Championship ▲ Japan Raijin is a major mixed martial arts group. Zhiro Suzuki is the 5th Raijin -66 kg champion.

ABS-CBN, the largest Internet broadcaster in the Philippines, reported that “it is an exhibition game that is not included in the official record.” The two-minute x six-round boxing match was also an exhibition game with 680,000 YouTuber Judeung (45), a martial arts instructor and subscriber who donated the full amount of the battle fee in December 2022 to recover from the damage caused by the war in Ukraine.

At the time, Manny Pacquiao easily overwhelmed Judeo and won the victory by unanimous decision. Attention is focusing on whether he will show Zihiro Suzuki that he was satisfied with his physical condition by saying, “I’m still moving like 30 or 20 years old,” after the victory.

Manny Pacquiao, who debuted in 1995, became the first professional boxing eight-weight world champion in 15 years until the 1998 flyweight (-50.8 kg) ▲ the 1999 Super Bantamweight (-55.3 kg) ▲ the 2003 featherweight (-57.2 kg) ▲ the 2005 Super featherweight (-59 kg) ▲ the 2008 Lightweight (-61.2 kg) ▲ the 2009 Superlightweight (-63.5 kg) ▲ the 2009 welterweight (-66.7 kg) ▲ the 2010 Super welterweight (-69.9 kg).

If you add ▲ Superflyweight (-52.2 kg) and ▲ Bantamweight (-53.5 kg), you can say that it was a 10-weight world class. Manny Pacquiao said, “I’ll do my best to teach you. Boxing is not as easy as I thought.” He did not hide that he does not regard Suzuki Jihiro as his equal. 밤알바

Zihiro Suzuki is confident in his batting performance, which knocked out his opponent 17 times in official professional matches, including △13-3-1 invalid (KO7-1) in mixed martial arts (KO7-1) and △12-1 (KO10 wins). “I will win the first round down with respect,” he said, expressing his determination to beat even Manny Pacquiao.

Manny Pacquiao beat the World Boxing Council (WBC) flyweight title match with a TKO in the first round at Gorakuen Hall in Tokyo in May 1998. If he matches Jihiro Suzuki as scheduled, it will be his first match in Japan in 9,569 days (26 years, 2 months and 11 days).

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