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He can't take that kind of punishment at that age and wind up-God forbid-like Muhammad Ali,' Arum said.
Arum believes at his age, Pacquiao should consider calling it a night "unless he gets to fight Floyd Mayweather in a rematch."
"Absolutely no question about it," Arum said of Lomachenko fighting in the main building being an achievement.
Pacquiao has already rejected an Arum offer to fight in Las Vegas on an undercard beneath Horn, who will be facing Terence Crawford on April 14.
He's been at it since he's eight years old and he doesn't enjoy it like he used to," Arum said.
"Manny still enjoys boxing, but I'd look for him to hang the gloves up in 2016," Arum said.
Summary: Manny Pacquiao will fight Shane Mosley, a former champion in three divisions, on May 7 in Las Vegas, according to promoter Bob Arum.
MANNY PACQUIAO is set to defend his WBO world welterweight title against Shane Mosley on May 7, according to promoter Bob Arum.
MANNY PACQUIAO is set to defend his WBO world welterweight title against 'Sugar' Shane Mosley on May 7, according to promoter Bob Arum.
Pacquiao s promoter Bob Arum said on Saturday that exclusive negotiations with Mayweather were over and that although a fight between the pair could yet happen other opponents had to be considered for the Filipino s scheduled November 13 bout.
These are the flower stalks and seed heads of our native Arum maculatum, commonly known as Cuckoo Pint or Lords and Ladies.
"And that's just the tip of the iceberg," says Richard Arum, professor of Sociology and Director of Research for New York University's Steinhardt School of Education and author of Judging School Discipline.
Judging School Discipline: The Crisis of Moral Authority, by Richard Arum (Harvard Press).
"The dead-horse arum of Corsica looks and smells like the south end of a horse that died going north," says Roger Seymour.