Manny Pacquiao has shown off his lean physique ahead of his super-fight as various big stars continue to visit the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles to wish him good luck.
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The Filipino is arguably the more popular man ahead of the biggest fight in boxing history against Floyd Mayweather, and as the underdog he will likely receive a significant amount of support on the night.
However, there is no denying that Mayweather is the favourite on May 2 and will be looking to extend his unbeaten record to 48-0, and Pac-Man will have to produce something special to inflict a first loss on him.
Both fighters have regularly updated their fans with videos on social media from respective their training camps, and with just 18 days to go until fight night, they will both be nearing the weight limit and their peak condition.
Judging from the image below, Pacquiao is undoubtedly in great shape already after hours of sparring and conditioning work, and he will be expected to taper off in the coming weeks as he gets closer to fight night.
While Mayweather held an open workout for the media on Tuesday, focus will switch to his rival as he holds his own and gives the media a close-up look of how he is faring ahead of what will be the biggest night of his life.
Many critics continue to argue that the fight is happening too late, but based on the attention that it is receiving and the financial figures involved, there is an argument to suggest that the pair have built this up perfectly over the years which has created a monster that will go down in boxing history.
Meanwhile, Pacquiao hasn’t been short of high profile supporters over the last two months, and the latest two sporting stars to visit him this week were UFC queen Ronda Rousey and NBA star Jeremy Lin who wished the WBO champion well.