Thursday, February 25, 2010

Pacquiao’s 10 rounds of Sparring

Photo Credit : Chris Farina
Manny Pacquiao
The ache in Pacquiao’s left leg no longer worrying him, The Pound-for-Pound emperor Pacquiao snapped out of what training specialist Ariza referred to as “a little bit of a slump as his leg was bothering him” and in 10  rounds of training Tuesday “looked extraordinary.”

Alex Ariza says Manny Pacquiao starting off with 5 rounds against Abdullai Amidu, the welterweight from Ghana who is unbeatable in 18 fights with 17 wins by knockout and then takes on Stevie Forbes for another five rounds.

The new arrangement was for Manny Pacquiao to battle 4 rounds with Forbes but Alex Ariza told us “it was Manny who asked for an extra round.”

Alex Ariza told Manny Pacquiao “moved well and looked great.” But Alex Ariza said he sat down and talked about”a couple of things” with Manny Pacquiao “as well as a combine of things we did not do that we did in the previous camp out (for the Miguel Cotto title clash) and I believe we were just as well idle but confidently we’ll have it taken care of by the time the battle comes” against ex- WBO champ Clottey on March 13, 2010 at Cowboys Stadium, Dallas.

Alex Ariza says they did some unusual movements targeting on the muscle in Manny Pacquiao’s left leg that was worrying him and Manny Pacquiao point out that “the whole thing was just right today.” The training expert said they are not going away to stop the healing.

Manny Pacquiao ran on the road at the Los Angeles High School for the 1st time after healing his leg for a spare of days and even though Manny Pacquiao said “it was a small tight we care for it again after running nowadays and then we did a number of exercises and widening before training and Manny Pacquiao said he was a 100 percent.”

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