1. pts 12 Juan Manuel Marquez (2008)

After drawing with Marquez, Pacquiao dropped and squeezed past his rival in their second meeting – a thoroughly enjoyable affair.

  1. pts 12 Antonio Margarito (2010)

Showing once again that size doesn’t matter, Pacquiao embarrassed and partially retired the imposing Mexican.

  1. ko 3 Erik Morales (2006)

Pacquiao put his trilogy with Morales to rest by blowing the usually durable Mexican away in three rounds.

  1. w pts 12 Timothy Bradley (2014)

Though not emphatic, Pacquiao soundly beat one of the best fighters on the planet to avenge a very controversial defeat.

  1. rsf 6 Lehlo Ledwaba (2001)

Manny stormed into the American consciousness by bludgeoning then IBF super-bantam king Ledwaba on short notice.

  1. ko 2 Ricky Hatton (2009)

This highlight-reel, one punch finish is arguably the cleanest of Pacquiao’s career.

  1. rsf 12 Miguel Cotto (2009)

No one has handed the Puerto Rican war lord the sort of hiding Manny dished out in ’09, finishing Cotto off with a stunning combination in the final round.

  1. rsf 10 Erik Morales (2006)

Just 10 months after their first meeting, Pacquiao – for the first time ever – proved he wasn’t just a left-hand fighter by utilising his punishing right hook.

  1. rsf 8 Oscar De La Hoya (2008)

Pacquiao became a superstar when he retired the much, much larger De La Hoya in what was first deemed a physical mismatch.

  1. rsf 11 Marco Antonio Barrera (2003)

Barrera was one of the world’s top fighters when Pacquiao got his hands on him, rising from a dubious early knockdown to dominate the Mexican.