After yet another full 12-round fight between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez and yet another controversial win for Pacquiao, everyone will want to know who Pacman will be fighting next.
Even though the worst possible outcome for the fight happened when the close fight was yet again ruled in Pacquiao's favor, the judge who had Pacquiao ahead 116-112 is where the real controversy lies.
No matter how it occurred, Pacquiao is the winner and he will have to start looking towards the future and who he will fight next.
Here are five possible boxers Pacquiao could face next after winning yet another decision over Marquez.
Middleweight champion Sergio Martinez would be a dangerous opponent for Manny Pacquiao, as Martinez said he would meet Pacquiao at a 150-pound catch weight, down from his usual middleweight size of around 160 pounds.
Pacquiao had troubles with Juan Manuel Marquez tonight at around 143 pounds, which makes you wonder if Pacquiao would be an effective fighter against Martinez at such a higher weight.
The fight offers Pacquiao the best fighter available besides Floyd Mayweather and would be a solid Pay-Per-View draw.
Light welterweight champ Amir Khan has made it clear he wants to make the step up to welterweight after his December fight with Lamont Peterson and he wants one of the two big names in the division; Manny Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather.
A fight against Khan would be a great fight to watch and would pit two aggressive minded fighters against each other.
I would expect a fight similar to tonight's fight with Juan Marquez, offering a long, exciting bout, giving fans a great show in the process.
Andre Berto would make for a good fight with Manny Pacquiao, but he first wants a rematch with the man who handed him his first loss, Victor Ortiz.
Berto gave up his IBF welterweight championship belt last week in order to dodge a mandatory fight with Randall Bailey in order to keep a rematch with Ortiz alive.
So it would give Pacquiao ample time to enjoy a little bit of down time before stepping into the ring with Berto, which would do him good after such a tough fight tonight.
Berto would give Pacquiao a run for his money, as he is a defensive fighter, and we all have seen what Marquez has done against Pacquiao the three times they fought.
Although having two fighters fight four times is normally a bad idea, how close tonight's fight was between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez, coupled with the previous two fights' controversial endings, I feel it would warrant a fourth fight.
Here we are another fight down between Pacquiao and Marquez and we still have the same questions as we did the past few years. Who really won?
I know the boxing world would tune in to watch the fourth fight, surprisingly, making it a relevant next fight for Pacquiao.
Now that Manny Pacquiao has gotten by Juan Manuel Marquez, the focus of the boxing world will be on Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather finally getting into the ring to settle just who is this generation's pound-for-pound best.
Although Pacquiao didn't say much, he said he would leave match making up to Bob Arum in his post fight interview on ESPN when asked about a possible Mayweather fight.
The hype surrounding the fight grew when Mayweather said he is fighting on May 5, 2012, and he wanted the "little guy," who is presumably Pacquiao.
Of course, this is the fight we all want to see happen out of this list of five, and it would be if we made a list of 100 fights Pacquiao could take, but the odds of the fight actually coming to fruition could be greater than a 1-in-100 chance.