Manny Pacquiao knew when he hung up his gloves in April that his retirement wasn’t for good.
“I [felt] lonely because when you think about the sport that you love, [that] you’re no longer active in … I [thought] over and over again that boxing still loves me,” Pacquiao said.
“So, why [should] I stop my boxing career? So, I changed my mind and decided to continue my journey.”
Pacquiao, 37, on Thursday restarted the career he said he was retiring from following his April 9 unanimous-decision victory over Timothy Bradley Jr.
Then, his focus was winning election to the Philippines Senate. With that...