Manny Pacquiao lost on his return to the ring after a two-year absence.
He was beaten Cuba’s Yordenis Ugas upset the odds to win by unanimous decision and retain his WBA (super) welterweight title.
Ugas was only drafted in on 10 August for the Las Vegas fight to replace the injured Errol Spence Jr.
It was Pacquiao’s first bout since beating Keith Thurman for the WBA welterweight title in July 2019.
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“I don’t know,” said Pacquiao when asked if it was his final fight.
“I need to relax and make a decision.”
The eight-division world champion, who now has a has a record of 62 wins, eight defeats and two draws.
“That’s boxing,” he added.
“I had a hard time in the ring making adjustments.”
“My legs were tight. I’m sorry I lost tonight, but I did my best.”
Pacquiao, who is a serving politician in his native Philippines, was stripped of the WBA title in January because of inactivity.