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Manny Pacquiao’s eldest son wins first amateur fight via KO

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Apr. 16, 19 | 2:13 pm

Manny Pacquiao’s eldest son Emmanuel “Jimuel” Pacquiao Jr. just proved to everyone that he also has the skills to follow in his father’s footsteps as a boxing champion.

Jimuel showed everyone that he is a boxing superstar in the making during his first amateur fight last Saturday, April 13 at the Amoranto Sports Complex in Quezon City.

The 18-year-old aspiring boxer was able to knock out his opponent Miguel Egan in a two-round bout during the Fight Against Depression event.

Jimuel had a slow start during the first round. The fight became action-packed in Round 2 when he consistently used one-two combo which eventually knocked out his opponent who was 8 years older than him.

“I won, Mom and Dad!” Jimuel said after the fight.

However, his parents were not present during the fight as they had to attend an event in General Santos City. Nevertheless, Manny’s team still cheered on and showed their support to Jimuel.

Jimuel has earlier revealed that he is also fond of boxing and would like to represent the Philippines someday. He started training for boxing when his father was also preparing for his fight with American boxer Adrien Broner.

He said that he would like to represent the Philippines someday in the Southeast Asian Games, Asian Games, and the Olympics.

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