Manny Pacquiao arrives in London ahead of speeches at Oxford and Cambridge as Filipino boxing legend plots next move in illustrious career
- Manny Pacquiao posed with his entourage in front of a telephone box in London
- ‘Adventure awaits,’ he wrote ahead of his talks at both Oxford and Cambridge
- Filipino recently joined forces with Al Haymon, Floyd Mayweather’s advisor
- PacMan’s comeback is now expected to be against ‘The Problem’ Adrien Broner
- But chances of money-spinning rematch with Floyd Mayweather have increased
Manny Pacquiao has arrived in London ahead of his speeches at both the Oxford and Cambridge Unions.
The 39-year-old Filipino Senator and boxing legend will address those inside both esteemed universities on Monday and Tuesday.
He shared a post on Instagram with the caption: ‘Adventure awaits’, surrounded by an entourage of nine.
Manny Pacquiao (third from right) posed with his entourage on his trip to the UK
Pacquiao and his wife Jinkee (left) headed to church in London on Sunday morning
Pacquiao will join an illustrious list of historical figures to speak at the Unions such as Stephen Hawking, Margaret Thatcher and Theodore Roosevelt.
‘To be invited to these beacons of higher learning to speak to their students is indeed a tremendous honour,’ said Pacquiao.
‘I treasure moments like these where I can share my story and my culture, as well as exchange ideas, with the next generation of leaders.’
He later posted a photo with his wife Jinkee Pacquiao as the couple made their way to church on Sunday.
Pacquiao is a Senator of the Philippines and combines his political work with his boxing career
The 39-year-old beat Lucas Matthysse (left) in July and is weighing up his next move
Pacquiao’s work as a politician runs in concurrence with his ongoing boxing career and the 60-7-2 fighter is plotting his next move in the ring.
He is expected to face Adrien Broner next January and a match-up with the American maverick could be followed by a highly lucrative rematch with Floyd Mayweather.
Pacquiao recently joined forces with MP Promotions and Al Haymon following his split from Bob Arum.
Despite Mayweather’s insistence that he has no interest in repeating the fight, his own ties with Haymon offer increased hope of a more fruitful negotiation, should both men seek another gargantuan payday.
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