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Manny Pacquiao tells Keith Thurman he'll retire on his own terms as boxers verbally spar

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Manny Pacquiao heard Keith Thurman's bold claim. The unbeaten champion predicted that the result of their July 20 bout would usher Pacquiao into retirement.

Pacquiao, 40, replied Wednesday with his own assertion: that he'd handle his exit strategy on his own terms.

"He's saying things before we fight, but I will send a message to him in the ring about

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