The only eight-division world boxing champion, Manny Pacquiao, reunited with his fellow legends in Saudi Arabia as part of the promotion of the upcoming match between Francis Ngannou and Tyson Fury.
In his Facebook post, Pacquiao shared his meeting with his memorable opponents, Ricky Hatton, whom he defeated in 2009 in just two rounds, and Oscar de la Hoya, who put him to star status after their match in 2008.
Aside from the two legends, Pacquiao met several hall-of-famers, including former heavyweight champion Marco Antonio Barrera, Mike Tyson, Roberto Duran, Julio Cesar Chavez Sr., Amir Khan, and Sugar Ray Leonard.
“I am honored to be among the legends of the sport of boxing,” Pacquiao said.
The Pacman also bumped into soccer superstar Christiano Ronaldo, who called him to have a selfie.
During his visit to Saudi, Pacquiao also announced that he was open to returning to the boxing ring to face Gervonta Davis or Amir Khan.
However, he said that it would be better if it were going to be an exhibition match.
He also revealed his exhibition match against Floyd Mayweather in Japan.
“Oh, I’m still active. I’m training,” said Pacquiao. “I have an exhibition match this coming December in Japan. We’re working on it, the opponent. We’re working with [Floyd] Mayweather.