If we could compare Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao to a sports car it would be a 2011 Porsche 911. With lightning quick speed, swift defensive maneuvers and power on demand, Pacman showcased at Cowboys Stadium before a sellout crowd why he’s pound-for-pound the best boxer in the sport. It was amazing witnessing his skillset, quickness and courage in the ring. Never did the Filipino congressman back down and stood toe-to-toe with the larger Margarito who stepped in the ring 18 pounds heavier than Pacman. At the end of 12 rounds Margarito looked more like a round of margaritas as his entire face turned to slush after taking a brutal whipping from the champ. It was so bad that you could see Margarito’s swollen bruises bouncing in slow motion with each subsequent hit. “I told the referee, look at his eyes, look at his cuts,” Pacquiao said. “I did not want to damage him permanently. That’s not what boxing is about.” Landing 474 flush hits, double that of Margarito, Pacquiao made it very clear that he’s overwhelmingly ready for Floyd “pretty boy” Mayweather.