Ahead of matchup, Pacquiao and Broner host media events

With fight night less than 10 days away, Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner both faced the media on Wednesday.

It’s been over two years since the Pacman last held a wild card work media out.

The night before he took on questions, he bumped into Floyd Mayweather at the Los Angeles Clippers Filipino night celebration.

“Somebody told me that Floyd Mayweather is here in the game so yea sabi ko. Ok then nun nag tapon Ako mga damit sa crowd na kita ko sya mag Kaman Lang. Wala kamay lang how are you.”

While the encounter has people buzzing over a possible rematch, the Pacman isn’t looking past his January 19th matchup against Adrien Broner.

“My focus is to Adrien Broner — I want to focus this fight first before we discuss the next fight, siguro it’s this question hanging til January 19th.”

“Manny will knock him out in 9 rounds,” said his coach Freddie.

Pacquiao and Adrien Broner were both scheduled to hold their media sessions at the Wild Card Gym. However, AB has his own plans.

A relaxed and excited Broner was greeted by some celebrity friends at the ten goose gym in Van Nuys California.

While he didn’t put on a workout display the 4-division champion wasn’t shy when it came to talking about how confident is when he face the Pacman.

While both enjoyed their respective media days, both will be all business when they head to sin city, where fight week celebrations are scheduled to take place.

While tickets, which range from $200 to 1500, are still available, Pay-per-view has been announced at $75.

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