Manny Pacquiao’s son wins boxing debut as he looks like his father’s footsteps


Pacquiao Jr made his boxing debut in an amateur bout representing the Wild Card Boxing Club scoring victory in San Diego

Manny Pacquiao’s son got off to a successful start to his amateur boxing career in San Diego on Saturday night as he took his first steps on the same favorable road as his father.

The Filipino legend left one of the sport’s biggest legacies behind when he retired last year as the only eighth world champion in boxing history.

His son, also named Emmanuel, has represented the same Wild Card Boxing Club, where his father lived for most of his career.

And he raised his arm at the end of the game to at least start his career winning fashion.

Pacquiao Jr has trained with some of the sport’s biggest names including legendary trainer Freddie Roach and the current king of the sport. Canelo Alvarez.

Emmanuel Pacquiao makes a winning start

The young star initially started to pursue a modeling career and also became known on social media after planning to become an influencer before.

His boxing debut went against the wishes of his famous father, who expressed his desire for his son to follow a different career path.

“We really frustrated him [from boxing]”, said Pacquiao Sr in 2019.” In our house, we don’t have any boxing gloves or equipment. But we have a basketball court.

“It breaks my heart to see him boxed because I know how difficult it is.”

His father was unable to make his boxing debut as he continued his presidential campaign in the Philippines.

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Pacquiao Jr becomes the latest son to follow in their father’s footsteps in wearing gloves with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr among the more famous.

But the 21-year-old faces a tough challenge if he is to enjoy even a taste of his father’s success.

Pacquiao entered the all-time high pay-per-view battle when he was defeated by his arch rival. Floyd Mayweather in 2015.

The 43-year-old man hung up his gloves after lost to Yordenis Ugas last year after the Cubans announced late to replace Errol Spence Jr.

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