Report: Pacquiao's house burglarized
The Los Angeles home of world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao has been burglarized, celebrity website TMZ reported Friday.
- 1) Manny Pacquiao: 54-3-2 (38 KO) (WBO champ)
- 2) Floyd Mayweather Jr.: 42-0 (26 KO) (WBC champ)
- 3) Victor Ortiz: 29-3-2 (22 KO)
- 4) Andre Berto: 28-1 (21 KO)
- 5) Mike Jones: 26-0 (19 KO)
- 6) Jan Zaveck: 31-2 (18 KO)
- 7) Kell Brook: 26-0 (18 KO)
- 8) Sebastian Lujan: 38-6-2 (24 KO)
- 9) Selcuk Aydin: 23-0 (17 KO)
- 10) Vyacheslav Senchenko: 32-0 (21 KO) (WBA champ)
- 11) Carson Jones: 33-8-2 (23 KO)
- 12) Rafal Jackiewicz: 39-10-1 (19 KO)
- 13) Matthew Hatton: 42-5-2 (16 KO)
- 14) Brad Solomon: 17-0 (7 KO)
- 15) Shane Mosley: 46-7-1 (39 KO)
- 16) Randall Bailey: 42-7 (36 KO)
- 17) Naoufel Ben Rabah: 34-3 (18 KO)
- 18) Isaac Hlatshwayo: 30-3-1 (10 KO)
- 19) Luis Carlos Abregu: 31-1 (25 KO)
- 20) Jesus Soto Karass: 24-6-3 (16 KO)
Citing law enforcement sources, TMZ said four people had been arrested over the burgle. The site also carried photos of police at the boxer's Hancock Park mansion.
Officers are still trying to establish exactly what was stolen.
Pacquiao, known as "The Pacman," reportedly uses the house as a base when he is training in the US. He is currently thought to be outside the country preparing for his World Boxing Organization welterweight title bout against Mexico's Manuel Marquez in Las Vegas on Nov. 12.
It was not yet clear whether police had contacted him about the robbery.
The 32-year-old is not only a boxing champion but also a singer, aspiring actor, Olympic flag-bearer and politician, who has become an international crowd favorite because of his entertaining nature and "nice guy" reputation.
He recently announced that he wants to retire from the sport and run for vice president of the Philippines in five years' time.