Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao recently announced he will continue fighting until he reaches the age of 35.
Pacquiao will be up against Shane Mosley on May 7 and if he wins over the Pomona slugger, he will have registered a 14-fight winning streak since losing to Erik Morales in 2005.
The pound-for-pound king has just celebrated his 32nd birthday last Dec. 17 and it follows he will have at least three more years and at least five more opponents before he calls it a career.
Assuming he fights once more due to an agreed rematch clause in his contract and after reaching his self-appointed retirement age, he will then be clocking a 20-fight winning streak. That assumes, of course, that he wins all his remaining fights.
He are five aspiring contenders who may try to spoil his possible 20-fight winning streak.