Pacquiao Adviser on Ariza, Mosley, Obama, Lawsuits, Singapore
Following a long fight from Manila to Los Angeles' LAX on Wednesday night, eight-division champion, Manny Pacquiao, slipped out of sight through an exit somewhere else in the airport, leaving many fans questioning his absence, and adviser, Michael Koncz, answering questions from media members in his wake.
Does Pacquiao fear a knockout loss to three-division, five-time titlist Shane Mosley in his Showtime televised, Top Rank Promotions, WBO welterweight (147 pounds) title defense slated for May 7?
What about the rumors that conditioning coach Alex Ariza is out as an assistant to Pacquiao's chief cornerman, five-time Trainer of the Year, Freddie Roach?
Will Pacquiao's next fight, following Mosley, take place in Singapore?
Is Pacquiao scheduled to meet president Barack Obama on Feb. 15 in Washington, D.C., the last of a four-city, press tour promoting the bout?
Check out Koncz's responses in this video interview with FanHouse.