Fight Reviews of Manny Pacquiao according to his age

I have decided to separate the boxing highlight of Manny Pacquiao by age, so that i won’t confuse you. I find it hard to combine it with my other post because it just mixed up. So here it is and let’s review his fights highlight by age category.

16 years old

  • He started as professional boxer.
  • His first fight was to a fellow Filipino named Edmund Enting Ignacio (21 years old at that time). It was his 1st win via Unanimous Decision.
  • His 1st win via TKO was to Dele Decierto. It was also his 1st televised boxing, via “Blow by blow” show.
  • His 1st win via KO was to Armando Rocil.
  • Unanimous Decision-6, TKO-3, KO-1
  • 10 wins, no loss.

 17 years old

  • His 1st non-Filipino opponent is from Indonesia named Ippo Gala and won via TKO.
  •  1st win via Technical Decision to Lito Torrejos.
  • 1st loss to Rustico Torrecampo.
  • TKO-3, UD-1.
  • 5 wins, 1 loss.

18 years old:

  • His 1st title is OPBF title won via KO to Chokchai Chockvivat (29, Thai).
  • He defended his 1st title to Narong Datchthuyawat (29, Thai) and won via KO.
  • TKO-2, KO-4, UD-1
  • 7 wins, no loss

19 years old:

  • He won his 2nd title the WBC flyweight title to Chatchai Sasakul (28, Thai) via KO. This was also his 1st title division.
  • TKO-1, KO-1
  • 2 wins, no loss

20 years old:

  • His 1st non-asian opponent is Todd Makelim (30, Australia), where he won via TKO.
  • His 2nd loss was to Medgoen Singsurat(21,Thai).
  • TKO-2, 2 wins, 1 loss

21 years old:

  • He won his 3rd title WBC International Super bantamweight title to Reynante Jamili via KO. This was his 2nd title division.
  • He defended thrice his belt to Arnel Barotillo (via KO), Seung-Kon Chae and Nedal Hussein both via TKO.
  • TKO-2, KO-2
  • 4 wins, no loss

22 years old:

  • He won his 4th title, IBF Super bantamweight title to Lehlohonolo Ledwaba (30, South African) via TKO.
  • He retained his belt to Agapito Sanchez (31, Dominican), where he also had his 1st Technical Draw.
  • TKO-2, KO-1, TD-1
  • 3 wins, 1 draw

23 years old:

  • He retained his IBF Super bantamweight title twice via TKO and KO.
  • TKO-1, KO-1
  • 2 wins, no loss

24 years old:

  • He won his 5th title, The Ring Featherweight title to Marco Antonio Barrera (29, Mex) via KO. This was his 3rd title division.
  •  TKO-2, KO-1
  • 3 wins, no loss

25 years old:

  • His 2nd Draw via Split Decision  was to Juan Manuel Marquez (31, Mex), it was also their 1st fight w/ each other. He held his 4th division, WBA Super and IBF featherweight title.
  • Aside from Marquez, he also defended his belt to Narongri Pirang (30, Thai) and won via TKO.
  • TKO-1, SD-1
  • 1 win, 1 draw

26 years old:

  • He won his 6th title, the vacant WBC International super featherweight title to Hector Velasquez via TKO.
  • He had his 3rd loss to Erik Morales (29, Mex). This was also their 1st fight encounter.
  • 1 win (via TKO), 1 loss

27 years old:

  • He defended his WBC International Super featherweight title thrice. One was to Oscar Larios via Unannimous Decision and two times to Erik Morales via TKO and KO.
  • TKO-1, KO-1, UD-1
  • 3 wins, no loss

28 years old:

  • He defended twice his title WBC International Super featherweight to Jorge Solis via KO and Marco Antonio Barrera via Unanimous Decision.
  • KO-1, UD-1
  • 2 wins, no loss

29 years old:

  • He won his 7th title, the vacant WBC The Ring Super featherweight title to Juan Manuel Marquez via Split Decision. This was their 2nd encounter.
  • He won WBC lightweight title, his 5th division to David Diaz via TKO.
  • He also won to Oscar De La Hoya via RTD.
  • TKO-1, SD-1, RTD-1
  • 3 wins, no loss

3o years old:

  • He won IBO and The Ring lightwelterweight titles. This was his 6th division title to Ricky Hatton via KO.
  • He won WBO welterweight title to Miguel Cotto via TKO. His 7th division title.
  • TKO-1, KO-1
  • 2 wins, no loss

31 years old:

  • He won the vacant WBC Super welterweight title to Antonio Margarito via Unanimous Decision. His 8th division.
  • He defended his title to Joshua Clottey and won via Unanimous Decision.
  • 2 wins (TKO-1, UD-1), no loss

32 years old:

  • He retained his WBO welterweight title to Shane Mosley (via UD) and Juan Manuel Marquez (via MD).
  • UD-1, MD-1
  • 2 wins, no loss

33 years old:

  • He loss via Split Decision to Timothy Bradley and to Juan Manuel Marquez via KO.
  • 2 loss

34 years old:

  • He won WBO International welterweight title to Brandon Rios via Unanimous Decision. He had only 1 fight this year.

35 years old:

  • He won WBO welterweight title to Timothy Bradley via Unanimous Decision.
  • He defended his title to Chris Algieri via Unanimous Decision.
  • 2 wins (via UD), no loss

36 years old:

  • He loss to Floyd Mayweather via Unanimous Decision. He had only 1 fight this year.

  37 years old:

  • He won the vacant WBO International welterweight title to Timothy Bradley and won WBO welterweight title to Jessie Vargas both via Unanimous Decision.
  • 2 wins (via UD), no loss

38 years old:

  • He loss to Jeff Horn via Unanimous Decision. He had only 1 fight this year.

39 years old:

  •  He won WBA regular welterweight to Lucas Matthyse via TKO. He had only 1 fight this year.

40 years old:

  • He retained his belt to Adrien Broner via UD and won WBA Super welterweight title to Keith Thurman via Split Decision.
  • This was his 70th and 71st fight respectively.
  • 2 wins (via UD and SD), no loss

Here is the complete link of his timeline.

 

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