Manny Pacquiao Street Art Raids the Corners of Los Angeles

Holly Bissonnette | May 5, 2015

Manny Pacquiao won the hearts of boxing enthusiasts after he lost to Floyd Mayweather during the fight of the decade held last Sunday, May 3, 2015, in MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada. But even before the fight, he has already knocked out the hearts of many Filipinos and Americans with his unmatched skills and impressive moves.

Take a look at the streets of Los Angeles and other places in the United States that are filled with portrays of the Filipino champ in paint sprays, stickers, and posters.

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Somewhere in Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, this bench has been filled with the stickers of Pacquiao.  

He has a lot of portrays in Griffith Park, Los Angeles too. Pacquiao was often seen running around this park during his training before his fight against Mayweather.

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This one is from Santa Monica Boulevard.

This painting was seen near Melrose and Spaulding in Los Angeles.


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This photo was seen all the way from Mexico.  

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And he even has posters in Brooklyn, New York.

Manny Pacquiao may have lost the WBO Welterweight title to Mayweather, but he is definitely a champion for the Filipino people and those who believed in his impressive boxing skills that made the fight worth waiting for.

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