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 10. Manny Pacquiao TKO 4 Arnel Barotillo – 2000

Pacquiao was still just climbing the professional ladder at this point. ‘The Pacman’ was defending his WBC International super bantamweight title.

He was quickly garnering a reputation for his all action style of fighting and he was beginning to amass what would become a massive following.

Manny was lightning quick at this weight, he demonstrated that speed by scoring repeatedly with hard punches. Baratillo was game in this fight but the speed of his Filipino adversary was too much and he struggled to see the shots coming.

Baratillo kept coming and made every attempt to not succumb to is opponent’s will. But it just wasn’t to be. The fight’s end came when Baratillo attempted to cut Manny off in the corner of he ring.

He tried to time Manny with a big left hook, Manny anticipated it and countered with his own left hook which obliterated Baratillo and left him disorientated and unable to continue after a delayed reaction.

The knockout was eerily similar to Mike Tyson’s kayo of Trevor Berbick given the dynamite left hook and the time it took to react to the knockout blow.

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