Manny Pacquiao vs. Keith Thurman FULL POST FIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE | Fox PBC Boxing
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Manny Pacquiao vs. Keith Thurman FULL POST FIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE | Fox PBC Boxing

Pacquiao vs. Thurman will pit boxing’s only eight-division world champion and Philippine Senator Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao against undefeated WBA Welterweight World Champion Keith “One Time” Thurman in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View event Saturday, July 20 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The pay-per-view begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and will also feature undefeated former world champion Omar “El Panterita” Figueroa Jr. taking on Yordenis Ugбs in a WBC welterweight title eliminator, plus hard-hitting former world champion Sergey Lipinets goes toe-to-toe against rugged veteran John “The Gladiator” Molina, Jr. and undefeated power-puncher Luis “Pantera” Nery faces slick-boxing Juan Carlos Payano in a bantamweight bout.
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  • Joseph Accad
    Joseph Accad

    He is not Bad as he show the whole world.Thurman is a nice guy.he deserve respect")

  • Zabi Arayyan
    Zabi Arayyan

    the people that ask questions need to ask questions in easy way. They make those questions harder than the fight for manny Pacquiao.

  • Makz Obiedo
    Makz Obiedo

    Parang hinog na kaymito Yung mukha Ni Thurman

  • Lionheart

    Swollen face

  • Wild Ones
    Wild Ones

    Yung suot ni keith thurman akala ko galing siya sa presinto

  • caleb aries
    caleb aries

    ate your words already? still respect you tho but next time you fight keep your mouth shut... and give everything youve got.

  • Gino Peñaflor
    Gino Peñaflor

    I like how casually pacman tells keith that he will just go over there haha

  • John

    It was a great fight ngl

  • Niki Fox
    Niki Fox

    Aw when manny started crying 😢 ♥️

  • Josh Randall
    Josh Randall

    Thurman went the distance with a legend! Much respect!

  • Giovanni Garay
    Giovanni Garay

    Thurman for sure he will be a great figthter.. Bcos of this fight

  • Oscar Joel Diaz
    Oscar Joel Diaz

    Anyone notice that tear roll down Pacquiao's left eye. 2:00 Not hating, just noticed it and wondered why? Could it be because he was suffering from allergies during this fight?

  • Janaale Xandule
    Janaale Xandule

    Pacuio needs to fuck and defeated the ducking one Mr. Wheather may floyd

  • nnelg glenn
    nnelg glenn

    The reason why Thurman fight Manny as early as possible is because he will never experience to fight a legendary boxer like pacman... Because manny is getting old and his power will never be the same as before... much better to challenge than never gain a fight.. but Manny is still powerful that he thinks he can beat him as early as possible but he is surprise, Manny is a legend than can't be beaten easily... That is why Thurman accept his defeat.. A clean fight and a respectful Thurman..

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    thurman -what a bum,

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    pacman -kicked your azz

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    usa us a shit hole

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    he beat this jerk bad

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    shave -your fkin head and lose

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    trump is a pile of dog dhit

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    gk all theses-bald fkers

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    you got yourb azz kicked

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    your crap

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    look at these bald azzholes

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    pacman you kicked that azzholesazz

  • Glenn parent
    Glenn parent

    turman go to the hospital and shut the fk up

  • Carlo Mon’s
    Carlo Mon’s

    Isang bagsak para kay thurman

  • ricvill9

    Manny did get hit hard in that fight!

  • raux santos
    raux santos

    Hus watching 2020? 😂😂 Manny is so cute Answering all the questions hahahah❤💋❤💋❤

  • Ryan Casan
    Ryan Casan

    Hahaha. Look what you've got thurman. Hows mannys ponds have you enjoy it? Trash talk is over little tiny pussy hahaha

  • NLC- SJA
    NLC- SJA

    his nose , still bleeding..haha.

  • Elias E.
    Elias E.


  • Symon Zildjian
    Symon Zildjian

    Matthew 23:12 "All who exalt themselves will be humbled, and all who humbles themselves will be praised".

  • gres senda
    gres senda

    Paquao 40% interview 60% Aaahhhhh

  • mathew francis
    mathew francis

    Thurman looks like a wreck

  • LetMeSeeThis99

    Thurman knows how to sell a fight and his trash talk was more comical than hateful. I think he’s clever and he will continue to be a good fighter.

  • Matango

    Think about what a prime Pacman would've done to Keith. His prime was between the De La Hoya fight and the Cotto fight IMO.


    Biggest win for pacquiao for Sure! Why??? Because hè was GOD DAMN 40!!!!!

  • Antero. Jr Sarreal
    Antero. Jr Sarreal


  • LabGorilla

    Thurman fought hard, total respect. But, let’s be honest. Pacquaio is A LEGEND. Thurman fought a man a decade older and lost. Manny at 30 would have blown him away brutally. Thurman will be world champion again, against others, or against an even older Manny, but on this day he will have learned why Manny is one of the greatest of all time. I’d like Manny to stop. He has nothing left to prove, I’m worried about his long term health.

  • Tommy Chong
    Tommy Chong

    manny handed him a ass kicking cocky b4 the fight humble after and manny pacquiao is thug life with the glasses on everytime lol he made thurman look like he never boxed b4 so swollen his face like he got hit with rubber bullets


    at least he got his first loss from a LEGEND and from a SENATOR...haha

  • Khult Herro
    Khult Herro BUSTED CHEATING BY THURMAN. At 13:02 Thurman's trainer uses smelling salt, Thurman jerks his head away, an effect common in the use of smelling salt.

  • Sol Yanez
    Sol Yanez

    No lo habia visto pero lo degaron Como pinata por osicon y El Manny siempre humilde nunca habla Mal desus oponentes

  • Jus Beeb
    Jus Beeb

    Great sportsman, much respect

  • Shang Tsung
    Shang Tsung

    Thurman looks like he got in a bad car crash! Damn. Thurman gained my respect too. I’m a huge fan

  • MrMarco855

    Because I believe that Keith took this loss professionally and showed due respect to Pacquiao, I also think he deserves credit. In this situation it must be extremely difficult to be humble without hedging on the outcome, but I think that Keith did that as good as you can expect. He fought well overall and came back and fought better in the 2nd half like he said. I believe the fight should have been beyond his reach after the 6th round however, unless he scored at least one knockdown. I had Pacquiao winning all of the first 6 rounds, but Keith definitely won the 7th and at least 2 of the last 5 rounds. I didn't think it was a split decision, because even if you only give Pacquiao 5 of the first 6 rounds he would still have been ahead by 5 points after the 6th. He would only have needed one round in the last 6 to secure the win under those circumstances. Pacquiao definitely won the 10th round when he hurt Keith, that round plus a 6 to 1 lead after 6 rounds would have given him a total of a 7 to 1 lead, so if Keith had won all other rounds 7 thru 12 save for the 10th, he still falls short at 7 to 6 points. I also think that Pacquiao won 11 and 12, certainly he won at least one of those two rounds, so giving him just one of the last two rounds means an 8 to 5 win, which I think is about right. That's what 2 of the judges saw, a 115 to 112 score is the same as 8 to 5. No matter what, it has to be difficult for Thurman to accept his first loss, but he's likely gotten past it by now. Losing to Pacquiao particularly shouldn't be too difficult to accept. If he wasn't going to beat Pacquiao, then he did the 2nd best thing by fighting well, overcoming adversity 3 times, and then accepting the loss like a good sportsman at the end. If would have denied that he lost and made a bit of a scene over the loss, he would have taken away what he accomplished in the ring. The way that he carried himself with humility and acceptance added to what he did in the ring and will go a long way for him for the remainder of his career. Keith is dead center in his prime right now, and rather then Pacquiao challenging the 2 other lions out there, I wouldn't mind seeing a 6 man round robin type of thing between Keith, Bud Crawford, Errol Spence, Kell Brook, Shawn Porter and the last spot could be Manny Pacquiao unless his schedule didn't permit or unless he declined because he would be 42 or 43 by the time it was arranged and the tournament was finished. If Pacquiao didn't participate, there are a few guys that could be considered for the 6th spot . Either Danny Garcia, Mikey Garcia, Amir Khan, Yordenis Ugas or possibly Marcos Maidana if he could be enticed to return by the level of the competition and if he could get back down to 147. The other guys I named could act as substitutes if one of the 6 guys had to leave the competition due to injury. If any of you saw the super six round robin that took place between 2009 and 2011, I thought it produced some interesting fights. If a tournament like this never happens between these top welterweights, then some of these great matchups may never take place. Errol Spence for example, probably will go up to 154 sooner then later, but he may stay at 147 long enough to prove he's the best at 147 if he knew a tournament of 6 guys had been arranged. I'm also not sure of Kell Brook's status, and he may also be going up to 154 unless this tournament happens. That means we would never see Brook against Thurman nor against Crawford, nor whoever was chosen as the 6th guy. This kind of tournament would also guarantee a fight between Crawford and Spence, one that everyone wants to see and that may never happen otherwise. If Spence no longer feels comfortable at 147 in a year or so, then we'll likely never see that fight, which would be a shame. What about Thurman against Crawford and/or Spence, there are 2 additional great fights that this type of tournament would produce. There are other intriguing possibilities in such a tournament, including a rematch between Brook and Spence, Brook and Porter, Thurman and Porter and other interesting fights. If only Pacquiao and Mayweather were 5 years younger or at about 32 or 33, what a tournament that could have been with those two and Brook, Crawford, Spence and Thurman and or Porter, with substitutes ready like either Porter or Thurman, Danny Garcia or Ugas. Those fights, about 11 in all roughly, would have been exciting for the fans and good for the legacy of all 6 guys, plus a huge money maker for all involved. A win-win-win situation, and one more win for the ultimate winner of the tournament. The excitement for the fans and all others associated would be at maximum level I believe. Even without the 2 biggest names ( Pacquiao and Mayweather ), the tournament would be the highlight of the coming decade in boxing I believe. Now is exactly the right time for this tournament because there are 6 great fighters right now in their prime, what more could anyone ask for? The super six held between super middleweights between 2009 and 2011 had good names in it but Arthur Abraham for example, was past his best, Andre Dirrell, Jermain Taylor and Michel Kessler all had to withdraw, which hurt the quality and overall excitement of the tournament somewhat. By that tournament's end a couple of guys were a little past their best, Froch was 34, Taylor was 33 and as I mentioned before, Abraham was past his best despite only being 32. The 2 guys that filled in for the guys that withdrew were 42 year old Glen Johnson and Allan Green, a good fighter but of a bit lesser quality then the original guys. In a possible WW showdown, you would have a better scenario with more equal competition between the 6 guys, all of them in their prime with Spence the youngest at 29, Thurman at 31, Crawford and Porter at 32, Brook is 33 and a few other possible subs or the 6th man like Khan who's 33, Danny and Mike Garcia both 31, Ugas at 33 and there are a few other names as well. Pretty much all of the 6 guys would be at their very best and that should produce some fireworks you would think. Only Pacquiao, at 40, if he could participate, would not be at his best but at 41 to 43, probably on par with the group overall, especially given his last 2 fights and that he was on his own level in his prime. I'm only thinking about how good it could be but realize that it probably will never happen. It would take a lot of work and negotiating to make it happen, but the fighters have to work their asses off in training so why couldn't politics and all other bullshit be put aside for once, in favor of the guys in suits working their asses off to get this done? I guess it's too much to hope for, know, the fans something to look forward to and get excited about?

  • jun Cabahug
    jun Cabahug

    thurman is a very dicipline fighter

  • Marcus Mckenzie
    Marcus Mckenzie

    woulda coulda shoulda... showboating before the fight then they get humbled!!!!

  • Angelo Salazar
    Angelo Salazar

    I love pacq but dumb he's knotted too...!!@

  • lovella Nava
    lovella Nava

    thurman: i am keith "ONE TIME" thurman. reporter: how many paquiao knock you down? thurman: ONE TIME

  • Daimler Pogi
    Daimler Pogi

    I respect to thurman

  • Paul Xiong
    Paul Xiong

    He is very kind that why he is senators god with he

  • michael choy
    michael choy

    When God decides who's gonna be victorious , nobody can do anything about it !!

  • thanix dalao
    thanix dalao

    my advice to you Thurman don't under estimates your opponents.thank you because you able accept defeat.

  • Preferred Jackin
    Preferred Jackin

    Pacquiao may have won the game but Thurman won the hearts.. great respect he showed. This is how sports should be.

  • Allan Espinozacr
    Allan Espinozacr

    A fucking slap of humbleness to you bitch ass Thurman u knew manny never talk shit and u wanted to trash talk manny after manny beat yo ass he still gave u props bitch ass

  • HideNameMe

    13:03 Thurman was bleeding

  • FEL Arcade
    FEL Arcade

    My respect for Keith Thurman, this guy fight with his heart and give the legend Manny Paquiao one of his most dificult fight in his amazing carrer and, Keith allways geve us the best fights, he is right on that, he allways bring wars

  • Jan Cautibar
    Jan Cautibar

    Loss to a legend is a great honor..✌️nice fight keith you fight manny toe to fight clean..godluck to you..💪💪

  • mark lester sajul
    mark lester sajul

    pacman won the fight but he lost the interview🤣🤣😁

    • J.G. The Skymark
      J.G. The Skymark


  • Father And Son
    Father And Son

    Thurman is a stubborn guy,,, Look! A 40 years old knocked you down, what a shame on you!!!!!

  • Delfin Garcia
    Delfin Garcia

    At least thurman learn humility, go thurman i salute you!

  • Eduardo Macias
    Eduardo Macias

    And thats 1 of the worst nick name one time LOL

  • Eduardo Macias
    Eduardo Macias

    Thats right once one time a champ


    I really like the fight performance it was amazing exchanging blows without fear


    Thats the words i want to hear from a very sportsmanship individual like thurman

  • Adzmie KL
    Adzmie KL

    Mr thurman clean fight

  • Adzmie KL
    Adzmie KL

    Mr thurman even you lose you're good fighter i'm malaysia respect you.

  • Jake TV
    Jake TV

    You can see in thurman face that manny really hurt him.