Pacquiao will fight April 13 but not is US, Where and who read it here.

It is no secret to everyone that after his devastating loss to Juan Manuel Marquez, Pacquiao said with out hesitation that want to comeback in the ring, that seems to be accurate.

When the new year came his team and Top Rank management already start planning on his next fight and while most of the early reports said he will fight September because of the injury he sustained and the suspension that was given to him by the Nevada Athletic commission, those proves to be not an issue. He will face Juan Manuel Marquez again on September 14, Mexican Independence day. That still hold true however looks like they want Pacquiao to have a tune up fight in April.

April may be to soon but Pacquiao camp expressed their willingness to make the fight happen, early reports on his potential April opponents are Timothy Bradley and Brandon Rios both under Bob Arum payroll but lately two names has been added to the list and they are World Boxing Association welterweight champion Vyacheslav Senchenko of Ukraine and undefeated Jessie Vargas of the US. Pacquiao and Marquez camp are both  looking for a tune up fight in preparation for another war in September, however the opponent of Pacquiao may  not really be the issue as all of fighter mentioned will most probably be willing to take on Pacquiao and of-course the big pay day that comes along with it.

The venue is the focus of the upcoming fight right now, according the Manny Pacquiao advisor Mike Koncz they are certainly not going to the United States to fight in April. “We’re not interested in the US for this fight,” . The few potential locations in which they feel that the pound for pound champ would set his next bout are Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi or gambling haven Macau. The fight is tentatively set for either April 13 or April 20. Koncz said the main reason why they are choosing the fight outside the United States is because of tax.

Last time Pacquiao fought outside the United States was July of 2006 in Manila against Oscar Larios.