Manny Pacquiao is widely considered to be one of the greatest boxers of all time, regardless of weight class. A 10-time world champion, the 36-year-old made headlines this week by telling the world that he wants to fight the undefeated Floyd Mayweather, Jr. On the heels of his announcement and the upcoming release of the documentary, "Manny," Pacquiao sat down with myself and HuffPost Live to discuss the pending "fight of the century," why women shouldn't box and how God helped him become a better person.
Click below to hear why Pacquiao believes that women should not be in boxing.
Pacquiao believes that his commitment to God and Christianity -- while also ending womanizing, gambling and alcoholism -- has made him a better human being.
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