- pts 12 Juan Manuel Marquez (2008)
After drawing with Marquez, Pacquiao dropped and squeezed past his rival in their second meeting – a thoroughly enjoyable affair.
- pts 12 Antonio Margarito (2010)
Showing once again that size doesn’t matter, Pacquiao embarrassed and partially retired the imposing Mexican.
- ko 3 Erik Morales (2006)
Pacquiao put his trilogy with Morales to rest by blowing the usually durable Mexican away in three rounds.
- w pts 12 Timothy Bradley (2014)
Though not emphatic, Pacquiao soundly beat one of the best fighters on the planet to avenge a very controversial defeat.
- rsf 6 Lehlo Ledwaba (2001)
Manny stormed into the American consciousness by bludgeoning then IBF super-bantam king Ledwaba on short notice.
- ko 2 Ricky Hatton (2009)
This highlight-reel, one punch finish is arguably the cleanest of Pacquiao’s career.
- rsf 12 Miguel Cotto (2009)
No one has handed the Puerto Rican war lord the sort of hiding Manny dished out in ’09, finishing Cotto off with a stunning combination in the final round.
- rsf 10 Erik Morales (2006)
Just 10 months after their first meeting, Pacquiao – for the first time ever – proved he wasn’t just a left-hand fighter by utilising his punishing right hook.
- rsf 8 Oscar De La Hoya (2008)
Pacquiao became a superstar when he retired the much, much larger De La Hoya in what was first deemed a physical mismatch.
- rsf 11 Marco Antonio Barrera (2003)
Barrera was one of the world’s top fighters when Pacquiao got his hands on him, rising from a dubious early knockdown to dominate the Mexican.