Manny Pacquiao plans on using his superior style to overcome the challenge of Adrien Broner on January 19.
The Filipino legend, 39, defends his ‘regular’ welterweight strap in a battle of multi-weight rulers and has no immediate plans to stop despite his age.
“I still have the power. In fact, I have learned how to develop that and by the grace of God, who has given me this power. With hard work and training, that technique is my weapon for this fight.
“I have already accomplished my dream and what I want to accomplish in this sport. I just want to continue in the top of boxing and give honor to my country.”
On whether he sees his future at the limit or a move down to super-lightweight, Pacquiao added: “I can fight at 140 pounds or 147 pounds.
“I want to fight the biggest fighters in the world and one of those is Adrien Broner. I can fight anybody.
“I expect more action in the ring, that’s what we want. We don’t talk too much outside the ring but we will do it in the ring.
A win for Pacquiao potentially means an eight-figure paycheck against Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas later in 2019.
The pair first met in 2015 with Mayweather coming out on top. Pacquiao cited an elbow injury at the time leading to calls for a second fight.
‘MayPac’ remains the most lucrative combat sports event of all time. This is despite Mayweather facing MMA star Conor McGregor in 2017.
Promoted by MP Promotions, Mayweather Promotions and TGB Promotions in association with About Billions Promotions.
Tickets to the Pacquiao vs. Broner welterweight world championship event will go on sale on Saturday, November 24.
Tickets are priced at $1,500, $1,000, $750, $500, $300, $200, $100, not including applicable service charges.
They can be purchased online through AXS.com, charge by phone at 866-740-7711 or in person at any MGM Resorts International box office.