Manny Pacquiao (R) lands a left to the chin of Timothy Bradley Jr. during their welterweight championship fight on April 9, 2016 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pacquiao won by unaimous decision. Christian Petersen/Getty Images/AFP
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Up until last week, Manny Pacquiao was concentrating on trying to get the death penalty restored in the Philippines.Pacquiao won't have to juggle two jobs for at least a few weeks, with the Senate now out of session.The talk veered from boxing into politics, and to Pacquiao's two biggest goals as a freshman senator – forming a boxing commission in the Philippines and restoring the death penalty eliminated in the country 30 years ago.Trainer Freddie Roach said everything is also fine with Pacquiao's boxing career, which was on hold after a temporary retirement last year.Most of those training sessions were at night, as Pacquiao fulfilled a campaign pledge to be in the Senate each day it was in session.
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