After a devastating round 2 KO finish of Ricky “The Hitman” Hatton, there are already numerous applicants for the next Manny Pacquiao boxing match in December. Here are some of the prospective boxers who wants to challenge our very own Manny Pacquiao for the title “best pound for pound boxer of the world”.

whosthenextopponentofmannypacquiaojuanmanuelmarquez1 Who’s the next opponent of Manny Pacquiao? Juan Manuel Marquez

(born August 23, 1973, in Mexico City) is a Mexican professional boxer and the current WBA, WBO and IBO lightweight world champion as well as the current Ring Magazine lightweight champion. He has also held the IBF, WBA, and WBO featherweight (126 lb) titles and the WBC super featherweight title. He is the fourth Mexican boxer to become a world champion in three different weight classes after Marco Antonio Barrera, Érik Morales, and Julio César Chávez.

whosthenextopponentofmannypacquiaofloydmayweatherjr1 Who’s the next opponent of Manny Pacquiao? Floyd Mayweather Jr.

(born Floyd Joy Sinclair on February 24, 1977), is an undefeated American professional boxer who has a record of 39-0 (25 KOs). He is the son of Floyd Mayweather, Sr., a former welterweight boxing contender.

From July 18, 2005 through June 2, 2008 he was rated by The Ring magazine as the number-one pound for pound boxer in the world.[1] Mayweather has won six world boxing championships in five different weight classes; he is the former WBC welterweight champion, a title he vacated upon his retirement. He was named Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year in 1998 and 2007. ESPN.com listed Mayweather at #48 on their "50 Greatest Boxers of All Time" list.

whosthenextopponentofmannypacquiaosugarshanemosely1 Who’s the next opponent of Manny Pacquiao? Sugar Shane Mosley

(born September 7, 1971) is a boxer from Pomona, California. He has won world titles in three weight divisions. He is the current WBA Welterweight Super Champion.

Mosley currently holds a record of 46 wins, 5 losses and 1 no contest, with 39 knockouts, and has never been knocked out or stopped in his career.

whosthenextopponentofmannypacquiaomiguelcotto1 Who’s the next opponent of Manny Pacquiao? Miguel Cotto

(born October 29, 1980 in Caguas, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican professional boxer. As an amateur, Cotto represented Puerto Rico in the lightweight and light welterweight divisions at various international events including the 1999 Pan American Games, the 2000 Summer Olympics and the 1998 Junior World Championships where he won a silver medal.

Cotto began his professional career in 2001, and on September 11, 2004, he defeated Kelson Pinto for the WBO junior welterweight championship. He defended the title successfully a total of six times, before vacating it when he ascended to the welterweight division. On his first match on this division he defeated Carlos Quintana for the vacant WBA welterweight championship. Cotto successfully defended this title against Oktay Urkal, Zab Judah, Shane Mosley and Alfonso Gómez, before losing it to Antonio Margarito. On February 21, 2009, he defeated Michael Jennings to win the WBO welterweight championship.

whosthenextopponentofmannypacquiaojuliochavezjr1 Who’s the next opponent of Manny Pacquiao? Julio Chavez Jr.

(born February 16, 1986 in Culiacan, Sinaloa), known in the English-speaking world as Julio César Chávez, Jr., is a Mexican boxer, the son of legendary boxing champion Julio César Chávez González and then-wife Amalia Carrasco. Chávez Jr. was born when his father was the WBC world Junior Lightweight champion.

His face became known to boxing fans when his father would take him and his brother into the ring as children, before each of Chávez Sr.’s fights. As a teenager, Chávez Jr. endured some difficult moments, including a publicized relationship between his father and actress Salma Hayek and the consequential divorce of his parents. He recently lived in Riverside Ca. with his cousin Edgar Calderon. Also with Alvaro Carrasco. And favorite cousin Dalia Carrasco.

Now base on this huge high profile boxing list, who would you want to see in action? Leave your comments below.