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Last week it was reported that Manny Pacquiao was out of the rematch against Jeff Horn, the current WBO World welterweight champion.

Horn’s trainer, Glenn Rushton explained the situation.

“We have had offers to fight in the Philippines but there are concerns over whether we would get paid and we have an agreement to fight here. If it does not happen we will move on. Manny has plenty of advisers. One minute it is on the next it is off. We had locked it in for Suncorp on November 12.,’’ Rushton told according to Worldboxingnews.net.

Now it’s ‘Pac-Man’s’ turn to speak about the rematch. 

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