Manny Pacquiao needed eight stitches after loss to Yordenis Ugas as boxing legend shows off bruised face in defeat

MANNY PACQUIAO needed eight stitches after losing to Yordenis Ugas as the boxing legend showed off his bruised face in defeat.

PacMan was beaten on his return to the ring by Ugas following over two years out.

Afterwards the boxing legend and eight-division champion revealed his bruised and swollen face post-fight.

And according to ESPN he needed eight stitches in total – five to close one cut and three stitches glued onto the other.

Pacquiao was offered a rematch by Ugas, who retained the WBA belt formerly held by the Filipino icon.

But PacMan hinted at retirement following his 72nd fight, which would bring an end to one of boxing's most celebrated careers.

He said: "In the future, you may not see Manny Pacquiao fight again in the ring. I don't know.

"But for how many decades, I'm so happy with what I've done in boxing.

"I contribute a record in boxing also and to make boxing the top. And especially bring honour to country and the Filipino people.

"I'm so proud to be a Filipino and thankful to all the fans all over the world."

Ugas said: "He can have a rematch.

"Two hundred per cent, Manny's a great legend, a great fighter. He wants a rematch, no question about it a legend like that deserves it."


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