Manny Pacquiao vs Erik Morales 3 full fight Video – 2006

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5_stars_allthebestfights Review: the third and final fight between Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales lasted just 3 rounds, but it was equally spectacular. Pacquiao, after winning the second match against Morales had also defended his WBC International super featherweight title against Oscar Larios, while Morales had not faced anyone in the meantime. But Erik “El Terrible” Morales was no longer as dangerous as during their first fight…fast finish and three knockdowns. Pacquiao vs Morales 3 was valid for the WBC International super featherweight title. Watch the video!

 

 

Date: 2006-11-18

Where: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Division: super featherweight

Title: WBC International super featherweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Manny Pacquiao def. Erik Morales (KO at 2:57, round 3)

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Manny Pacquiao vs Erik Morales 3 full fight Video – 2006”

  1. Its pretty impressive that Pacquiao was not only able to physically break morales down, but mentally as well

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  2. This fight was not all that impressive..it was a shellacking…a still young (in boxing terms), not quite at his peak but still phenomenal fighter, going up against a proven hall of famer, who already had endured multiple wars in the ring. What you got was a perfect manifestation of those circumstances. An impressive KO for Pacquiao’s highlight reel, but that’s not a “great fight”..it was always my understanding, at least, that to be considered a great fight, you needed some ebb and flow…some degree of question regarding which fighter will win…those things were certainly not in question with this fight.

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