First Manny Pacquiao proved that he is the best featherweight fighting today. When his trainer Freddie Roach, who normally does not frequent the Vegas bookies, bet on Pac-Man to win last May against Marco Antonio Barrera, not only did Roach come away with heavier pockets, but the boxing world was shown that Roach’s fighter is one of the best in the game. For in a span of six months, Pac-Man knocked off the 126-pound Baby-Faced king and then brawled with the his equal Juan Manuel Marquez to an exciting 12-round draw. However, unlike many of his lightning fast punches, Pac-Man is unable to land a big fight worthy of a pound-for-pounder. Roach shares with BoxingTalk’s Bald Beauty Darren Nichols about who he feels is best suited for Pac-Man;s next fight, and who he would like Pacquiao to rematch with first between The Baby-Faced Assassin and Marquez.