Manny Pacquiao looks to strike Timothy Bradley Jr. during their welterweight championship fight on April 9, 2016 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pacquiao won by unanimous decision. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

(From BBC)

The 37-year-old, elected to the senate in May, had said in April he was retiring after beating Timothy Bradley.

Mr Arum said Mr Pacquiao was now eyeing a return around November, against an unnamed opponent. But in a statement, Mr Pacquiao said no fight had been discussed and he would not be taking a break from politics.

“My priority is my legislative works,” he said on Facebook.

“If I ever decide to fight again, rest assured, it will happen when Congress is on recess so there’s no need for me to go on leave.”

Mr Pacquiao, previously a congressman, said boxing was his “only means of livelihood” to support his family and people in need. Read more

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