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article imageMuhammad Ali, 'Pacman' want Mayweather to face Pacquiao

By Leo Reyes     May 5, 2014 in Sports
Legendary heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali and Manny Pacquiao's popular dog named "Pacman" have joined hands in calling out Floyd Mayweather to face the Filipino boxing superstar in the ring as soon as possible.
After Mayweather's hard-earned victory over Marcos Maidana of Argentina Saturday night in Las Vegas, Ali spoke to the unbeaten champion through his verified Twitter account expressing the public clamor for him to face Pacquiao in the ring.
"Congratulations @FloydMayweather. Maybe after you rest up we can see you rumble with @MannyPacquiao! #AliTweet," Ali said.
Barely a day after Ali's tweet to Mayweather, Pacquiao's loyal dog named "Pacman," appeared on Facebook wearing a collar with a message imprinted on it that reads: "I Want Floyd."
"Pacman" is also another known Alias (aka) of Pacquiao.
The "Pacman" that appeared on Facebook is actually a stunning work of art by Pacquiao's official painter Jun Aquino, who has shared the spotlight with Pacquiao for his beautiful paintings that depicted Pacquiao's many moods as well as his struggles and triumphs in the ring.
Aquino, who often refers to the dog as Pacman, Jr., has captured Pacman's moods on the canvas like his master as seen on some of his paintings.
Pacquiao and Pacman, Jr. are inseparable in every training camp especially when the master is deep in physical conditioning that requires him to run for miles both in the Philippines and in the US.
Manny Pacquiao s dog named  Pacman
Manny Pacquiao's dog named "Pacman"
Jun Aquiao
Pacman, Jr. runs with Pacquiao for miles in training camps and wouldn't stop until his master is done. Pacman Jr. has become a celebrity of sorts because of the video exposure during Pacquiao's outdoor activities which are often shown on TV.
Ali and Pacman, Jr. have reignited the public clamor for a boxing fight that every boxing fan around the world wants to see. Many of the avid fans of both Mayweather and Pacquiao have given up on what appears to be the world's richest fight until Ali's call for Mayweather to rumble with the Filipino star.
Meanwhile, Pacman, Jr. continues to deliver his message via Facebook hoping to catch Mayweather's attention.
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