Manny Pacquiao: Fight-by-Fight Record

The boxer has racked up titles in a record eight different weight classes.

Manny Pacquiao
Manny Pacquiao. Nicky Loh/Getty Images Sport/Getty Images

Manny Pacquiao is a Filipino politician and entertainer, among many other things. But first and foremost he is a professional boxer and a remarkably successful one at that. During his career, Pacquiao scored 57 wins, including 38 knockouts, against only six losses and two draws. He was named "Fighter of the Decade" for the 2000s by the Boxing Writers Association of America. Here is a look at Pacquiao's three-decade career results in the ring, fight-by-fight:

The Nineties -- Domination Begins

Pacquiao dominated boxing's flyweight class in the mid- to late-1990s, but he did suffer a few setbacks.

1995

  • 01-22 - Edmund Enting Ignacio, Mindoro Occidental, Philippines, W 4
  • 03-18 - Pinoy Montejo, Mindoro Occidental, W 4
  • 05-01 - Rocky Palma, Cavite, Philippines, W 6
  • 07-01 - Dele Decierto, Mandaluyong, Philippines, TKO 2
  • 08-03 - Flash Simbajon, Mandaluyong, W 6
  • 09-16 - Arman Rocil, Mandaluyong, KO 3
  • 10-07 - Lolito Laroa, Makati, Philippines, W 8
  • 10-21 - Renato Mendones, Puerto Princesa, Philippines, TKO 2
  • 11-11 - Rodulfo Fernandez, Mandaluyong, TKO 3
  • 12-09 - Rolando Tuyugon, Manila, Philippines, W 10

1996

  • 01-13 - Lito Torrejos, Paranaque City, TKO 5
  • 02-09 - Rustico Torrecampo, Mandaluyong, KO by 3
  • 04-27 - Marlon Carillo, Manila, W 10
  • 05-20 - Jun Medina, Manila, TKO 4
  • 06-15 - Bert Batiller, General Santos City, Philippines, TKO 4
  • 07-27 - Ippo Gala, Mandaluyong, TKO 2
  • 12-28 - Sung-Yul Lee, Muntinlupa, TKO 2

    1997

    • 03-08 - Michael Luna, Muntinlupa, Philippines, KO 1
    • 04-24 - Wook-Ki Lee, Makati, Philippines, KO 1
    • 05-30 - Ariel Austria, Almendras, Philippines, TKO 6
    • 06-26 - Chokchai Chockvivat, Mandaluyong, Philippines, KO 5
    • 09-13 - Melvin Magramo, Cebu, Philippines, W 10
    • 12-06 - Panomdej Or Yuthanakorn, South Cotabato, Philippines, KO 1

      1998

      Pacquiao won the World Boxing Council flyweight title in a December bout with Chartchai Sasakul.

      • 05-18 - Shin Terao, Tokyo, Japan, TKO 1
      • 12-04 - Chartchai Sasakul, Bangkok, Thailand, TKO 8

      1999

      Pacquiao defended his WBC title in an April bout against challenger Gabriel Mira. In an unusual twist, Pacquiao fought Medgoen Singsurat in September, but since he had failed to make weight, the bout was a non-title fight, which Pacquiao lost by KO in the third round, according to Bleacher Report.

      • 02-20 - Todd Makelin, Kidapawan, Philippines, TKO 3
      • 04-24 - Gabriel Mira, Quezon City, Philippines, KO 4
      • 09-17 - Medgoen Singsurat, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand, KO by 3
      • 12-18 - Reynante Jamili, Manila, Philippines, TKO 2

      The 2000s - Pacquiao's Decade

      This was Pacquiao's decade. He won a record-breaking seven different weight classes in the 2000s, according to Dan Rafael of ESPN, who added that several of the wins came with "devastating" knockouts against strong challengers. He would add a title in yet another weight class in the following decade.

      2000

      • 03-04 - Arnel Barotillo, Manila, KO 4
      • 06-28 - Seung-Kon Chae, Manila, TKO 1
      • 10-14 - Nedal Hussein, Antipolo City, Philippines, TKO 10

      2001

      Pacquiao won the International Boxing Federation super bantamweight title in June.

      He defended the IBF title and also won the World Boxing Organization super bantamweight belt in a November bout, which ended in a technical draw.

      • 02-24 - Tetsutora Senrima, Manila, Philippines, TKO 5
      • 04-28 - Wethya Sakmuangklang, Kidapawan City, TKO 6
      • 06-23 - Lehlohonolo Ledwaba, Las Vegas, TKO 6
      • 11-10 - Agapito Sánchez, San Francisco, D 6

      2002

      Pacquiao defended his IBF super bantamweight title twice during the year, and again in a July bout in 2003.

      • 06-08 - Jorge Eliecer Julio, Memphis, TKO 2
      • 10-26 - Fahprakorb Rakkiatgym, Davao City, Philippines, KO 1

      2003

      • 03-15 - Serikzhan Yeshmangbetov, Manila, TKO 5
      • 07-26 - Emmanuel Lucero, Los Angeles, TKO 3
      • 11-15 - Marco Antonio Barrera, San Antonio, Texas, TKO 11

      2004

      Pacquiao challenged Juan Manuel Marquez for the WBC and IBF featherweight titles in May, but the bout ended in a controversial draw.

      • 05-08 - Juan Manuel Marquez, Las Vegas, NV, D 12
      • 12-11 - Fahsan Por Thawatchai, Rizal, Philippines, TKO 4

      2005

      • 03-19 - Erik Morales, Las Vegas, L 12
      • 09-10 - Hector Velazquez, Los Angeles,  TKO 6

      2006

      • 01-21 - Erik Morales, Las Vegas, TKO 10
      • 07-02 - Oscar Larios, Manila, W 12
      • 11-18 - Erik Morales, Las Vegas, KO 3 

      2007

      • 04-14 - Jorge Solis, San Antonio, TX, KO 8
      • 10-06 - Marco Antonio Barrera, Las Vegas, NV, W 12 

      2008

      Pacquiao won the WBC super featherweight title in March and the WBC lightweight title in June.

      • 03-15 - Juan Manuel Marquez, Las Vegas, W 12
      • 06-28 - David Diaz, Las Vegas, TKO 9
      • 12-06 - Oscar De La Hoya, Las Vegas, TKO 8 

      2009

      Pacquiao won the WBO welterweight title in a June bout against Miguel Cotto in Las Vegas.

      • 05-02 - Ricky Hatton, Las Vegas, KO 2
      • 11-14 - Miguel Cotto, Las Vegas, TKO 12

      The 2010s - Racks Up More Titles

      Pacquiao continued to successfully defend his titles, losing only one title match during the decade, and picking up a belt in yet another weight class.

      2010

      Pacquiao defended his WBO welterweight title in March and won the vacant WBC light middleweight belt in November.

      • 03-13 - Joshua Clottey, Arlington, Texas W 12
      • 11-13 - Antonio Margarito, Arlington, W 12

      2011

      Pacquiao fought off challenges for his WBO welterweight title in May and November bouts.

      • 05-07 - Shane Mosley, Las Vegas, W 12
      • 11-12 - Juan Manuel Marquez, Las Vegas,  W 12

      2012

      Pacquiao lost the WBO welterweight title to Timothy Bradley in June, but he regained it the next year in a November bout with Brandon Rio.

      • 06-09 - Timothy Bradley, Las Vegas,  L 12
      • 12-08 - Juan Manuel Marquez, Las Vegas,  KO by 6

      2013

      • 11-24 - Brandon Rios, Macau, China, W 12

      2014

      • 04-12 - Timothy Bradley, Las Vegas, W 12
      • 11-23 - Chris Algieri, Macau, W 12

      2015

      Pacquiao finally fought Floyd Mayweather in a long-anticipated match, which many critics said was, nevertheless, underwhelming. Both boxers were each guaranteed a reported $100 million for the fight, with Mayweather bringing in more than $200 million. Pacquiao lost the WBO welterweight title in the bout.

      • 02-05 - Floyd Mayweather, Las Vegas, L 12

      Retirement and Comeback

      After beating Tim Bradley at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Pacquiao said he was hanging up the gloves. "As of now, I am retired," he said, according to Bleacher Report. "I'm going to go home and think about it. I want to be with my family. I want to serve the people." But, he came back to fight -- and win -- a unanimous-decision bout in November. Pacquiao won the vacant WBO international and lineal welterweight titles with his win against Bradley. He won the WBO welterweight title and retained and lineal welterweight title with his November victory over Vargas. Fans are still hoping for another comeback. 

      2016

      • 04-09 - Timothy Bradley, Las Vegas, W 12
      • 11-05 - Jessie Vargas, Las Vegas, W 12