- One of the most decorated boxers of all-time has vowed to “find” Alibaba billionaire Jack Ma.
- Manny Pacquiao was one of three big names to challenge Ma to a fight at the end of martial arts film “Gong Shao Dao.”
- Knockout puncher Gennady Golovkin and British action hero Jason Statham also had menacing messages for Ma.
Chinese billionaire Jack Ma may have to watch his back as former eight-weight world champion boxer Manny Pacquiao has vowed to “find” him for a fight.
Pacquiao was one of three big names to have words of warning for Ma during the closing credits of “Gong Shao Dao” (The Art of Attack and Defence), a 20-minute film which shows Ma fight movie star Jet Li.
Concussive puncher Gennady Golovkin and British action hero Jason Statham also delivered menacing messages to the Alibaba billionaire at the end of the short martial arts film.
Pacquiao pops up at the end of the credits to say: “You’re lucky that you hadn’t meet me.”
“Be careful sometime, I will find you… somewhere.”
The Filipino fighter has obliterated big-name boxing opponents like Miguel Cotto and Ricky Hatton — and it seems Ma could be next on his hit-list.
Golovkin also warned Ma at the end the film: “I am Triple-G. Be careful what you wish for, Jack.”
Statham added: “Mr Jack Ma… well I guess I could call this one a lucky escape, for you there will be. The next time you will see me is in the ring, where I will teach you a proper lesson.”
E-commerce guru Ma has a net worth of $US40 billion (£30.55 billion), according to Forbes.
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