Will Yoder
Friday November 4th, 2011

Though the rumors of a potential May 5 bout between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. may have been squashed last night, Pacquiao found a way to keep boxing fans entertained for the time being. The 32-year-old boxer teamed up with Jimmy Kimmel to perform a duet on the comedian’s show last night.

The visit to ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” was his fifth pre-fight appearance on the show.

"Each time you've been here, you've won the fight," Kimmel told Pacquaio, suggesting that he was part of the star boxer’s team. Pacquaio will face Juan Manuel Marquez on Nov. 12. This will be the third fight between the two fighters. The first bout resulted in a draw, and the second resulted in a split-decision victory for Pacquaio.

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