Boxing veteran Manny Pacquiao is reminding the world May 2 will be a day to remember by putting together his own entrance song for the Floyd Mayweather, Jr. fight.

Footage of Manny working out his vocal skills sprouted online this week.

The boxer is preparing for his May 2 fight against undefeated Floyd Mayweather by laying down a track titled “Lalaban ako para sa Pilipino” or “I will fight for the Philippines,” which he plans to use as his entrance music. Pacquiao collaborated with composer Lito Camo on the song. (USA Today)

Check out Manny’s singing skills on the next page…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApG8XVjlV1g

Mayweather announced the big fight after weeks of speculation last week.

“I am glad my decision to meet with Manny and discuss making this fight happen helped get the deal done. Giving the fans what they want to see is always my main focus. This will be the biggest event in the history of the sport. Boxing fans and sports fans around the world will witness greatness on May 2. I am the best ever, TBE, and this fight will be another opportunity to showcase my skills and do what I do best, which is win. Manny is going to try to do what 47 before him failed to do, but he won’t be successful. He will be number 48.” (“Shots”)

Pacquiao issued a statement on the fight’s anticipation last week.

“I am very happy that Floyd Mayweather and I can give the fans the fight they have wanted for so many years. They have waited long enough and they deserve it. It is an honor to be part of this historic event. I dedicate this fight to all the fans who willed this fight to happen and, as always, to bring glory to the Philippines and my fellow Filipinos around the world.” (Statement)

Money Mayweather is expected to make at least $100 million from the showdown.

In addition to the future Hall of Famers finally hammering out a deal for their welterweight title unification bout — one that will see Mayweather receive the lion’s share of a 60-40 money split in a fight that could gross around $400 million — rival premium cable networks Showtime, which has Mayweather under contract, and HBO, which has a deal with Pacquiao, went through a brutal negotiation. (ESPN)