Popular Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao appeared in the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' show Tuesday and entertained his fans with his rendition of popular 70's song 'Sometimes When We Touch'. Pacquiao is training for his fight with Miguel Cotto in Las Vegas
Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao took time out from his busy training schedules for his November date with Miguel Cotto to honor the invitation of popular talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.
Pacquiao appeared in the Jimmy Kimmel TV program Tuesday along with Playboy model and Baywatch mainstay Pamela Anderson and other celebrity guests
The popular boxing superstar honored the show host and his millions of fans with his rendition of the popular song ' Sometimes When We Touch', a 1977song written and popularized by Dan Hill, a popular Canadian pop singer and songwriter. The popular hit song was also recorded by British singer Rod Stewart.
Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao is a Filipino professional boxer, part-time actor and recording artist.
'Pacquiao perfectly captures and represent the Filipino culture through his genuine smile, kind-hearted nature, hospitable attitude, generous ways and most of all his courage and strength to put his nation, his fans and his family first and do whatever it takes to make them proud'.
Back home in the Philippines, Pacquiao is also a popular commercial model and product endorser, television and movie actor, recording artist and a neophyte politician.
Pacquiao is currently training at the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood for his upcoming bout with Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico for the WBO Welterweight crown.
The Puerto Rican boxer and his entourage are now in Las Vegas for the final leg of Cotto's training and physical conditioning under the watch of trainer Joe Santiago.
The two popular boxing champions will face each other in Las Vegas, Nevada for their 'Firepower' fight at the MGM Grand Garden arena on November 14, 2009.