I will return to this post and update you of the boxing fight result between Pacquiao and Margarito.
You couldn’t tell that the man walked up and down the aisle of a Boeing 757 charter airplane was getting ready to fight for a Super Welterweight Title. On Monday, Manny Pacquiao sparred several rounds at the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood before driving to the Atlantic Aviation Terminal to board his charter flight he booked to fly to Dallas, Texas, the site of his championship bout against Antonio Margarito. Pacquiao was in great mood during the flight as he spent to time to greet every passenger on the flight, crack jokes with his friends, and get some well needed rest during the 3 hour flight.
Almost 200 people accompanied Pacquiao on the charter, which is likely the biggest single entourage arrival in the history of boxing. Included in the entourage were boxers Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Amir Kahn, and Gerry Penalosa. Also on the plane is a crew that is filming a documentary of the life of Manny Pacquiao. The film is directed by Leon Gast, the Oscar winning director of When We Were Kings—a documentary about Muhammad Ali’s 1947 fight against George Foreman in Zaire. – Jason Aniel, philboxing.com