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Australian politician, Queensland premier Anna Palaszczuk was not happy when she first heard the news that Manny Pacquiao pulled out from the November 12th rematch against WBO World welterweight champion, Jeff Horn.

Horn’s promoter Dean Lonergan confirmed that Pacquiao will not take part in the rematch because of other commitments.

“Pacquiao will be part of a delegation that will visit China in the middle of his proposed preparation period for the fight,” explained the promoter.

Palaszczuk took a little jab at Pacquiao and suggested a new alternative for Horn. 

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