Manny Pacquaio On Anti-Gay Controversy: “Who Am I To Condemn Anyone?”

Manny Pacquiao, Los Angeles, March 30, 2016. Photo credit Kylie Krabbe Whyufight.

Manny Pacquiao talks to AHH and Whyufight reporter Kylie Krabbe about what he believes he will face in his April 9th battle with Timothy Bradley, as well as where he stands now on the anti-gay statements that brought an end to his longstanding endorsement deal with NIKE.

Last week, AHH reporter Kylie Krabbe was able to catch up with world renown boxer Manny Pacquiao (57-6-2, 38KOs) during his last media workout at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Los Angeles, CA before leaving for his April 9th battle at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada to compete for the third time against Timothy Bradley, Jr. (33-1-1, 13KOs) in what is being billed as Manny Pacquiao’s farewell professional fight.

With much public debate swirling even within Pacquiao’s own camp that this is indeed the illustrious Filipino fighter’s last professional fight, our correspondent had many questions also – including exactly what Pacquiao’s stance is today in regards to the anti-gay statements attributed to him in the Philippino press that ultimately lost the boxer/congressman his longstanding and profitable sponsorship with American multinational corporation titan NIKE.

See the full interview below and make your own conclusions in the wake of the lead up to Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley Jr., scheduled for April 9, 2016 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada live on HBO PPV, 9pm ET/6pm PT: