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I can still fight at age 40 – Manny Pacquiao

Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao insists that his advancing years have not diminished his enthusiasm or energy for boxing as he will fight Keith Thurman in Las Vegas on July 20 in a World Boxing Association welterweight title showdown.

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