Thursday, February 18, 2010

Pacquiao's Training Camp

Pacquiao vs Clottey
By means of folk melody piercing on the surroundings, Manny “PACMAN” Pacquiao, the present pound for pound king of boxing, spoke the words of self-belief Thursday moment after an extra tough day at the Wild Card Boxing society, his preparation command center for the March 13 fight with Joshua Clottey in Cowboys Stadium, Dallas.

“No trouble, I sense very well,” Pacquiao told The Bulletin after having his splendid meal at a Thai food restaurant positioned a few steps from the gym. "Inform our people that there's not anything to be bothered as I am preparing to be strong."

Manny Pacquiao worried that having small moment in time for a first-class holiday after defeating Miguel Cotto early last year curved away to be a lucky thing since he is not having a tough time getting back in character.

“later than only two weeks in the sports club, Pacquiao already feel grand and I imagine it was not only for the reason that I am imminent off a hard clash but I had to right away report back to training camp,” said Pacquiao, who asked his interviewer to hold the long distance call while he sing the last remarks of a song on karaoke.

As rapidly as he belted out the final note, Pacquiao was on the row once more, assuring the man on the other end that there’s not anything to agonize regarding as far as his training is alarmed.

Pacquiao’s pledge that all is correct on way was echoed by Alex Ariza, the Filipino fighter’s touted training coach.

“Manny Pacquiao is prepared to brawl this Saturday,” said Ariza, who marveled at the means the 32-year-old pound-for-pound king handled himself with the blow mitts in Wednesday’s exercises.

“Pacquiao did 15 rounds in the mitts with no even a drink of water,” narrated Ariza.

Above at Clottey’s teaching campsite in Fort Lauderdale in Florida, the boxingscene website reported that the Ghana slugger is also correct on the cash.

Clottey has been working out at the Contender’s Gym the final three weeks beneath the supervision of a fresh set of trainers because Godwin Dzanie Kotey, his long-time coach, has yet to be approved a renewal of his US visa.

In spite of the problem, Clottey said he has no extra option but to go on.

“I already recognize in my head what I am going to achieve and how I am going to succeed,” Clottey said.

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