Las Vegas Review-Journal
Boxer/senator Pacquiao to run for Philippine president
Philippine boxing icon and senator Manny Pacquiao said he will run for president in 2022, accepting the nomination of his Pdp-laban party at its national convention. The 42-year-old accused the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, his former ally, of making corruption worse in the country. Pacquiao (62-8-2, 39 knockouts) is boxing’s lone eight-division world champion.
■ College football: Central Florida quarterback Dillon Gabriel sustained a broken left clavicle Friday on the final play of the Knights’ 42-35 loss to Louisville, and his return has no timetable. Gabriel has thrown for 814 yards and nine TDS through three games.
■ Soccer: Jimmy Greaves, one of England’s greatest goal scorers, died Sunday of undisclosed causes. He was 81. Greaves scored 44 goals in 57 matches for England and is Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer with 266 goals in 379 matches.
■ MLB: Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Cody Bellinger will try to continue to play despite sustaining a nondisplaced rib fracture Monday, manager Dave Roberts said.