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Dylan, a boxing fan who co-wrote the 1975 song Hurricane, protesting the imprisonment on a murder case of boxer Rubin Hurricane Carter, and formerly worked out with former boxer Bruce Strauss and at the new Wild Card gym in Santa Monica, watched Pacquiaos entire workout, which included eight rounds of sparring. He shook Mannys hands when he walked in, and Manny definitely knew him well, Pacquiao publicist Fred Sternburg said. Hes like Sinatra. You might not know all his songs if youre so much younger, but you understand this guy has spread such powerful messages with his songs. Dylans brilliant impact on music, from Tangled Up in Blue, to All Along the Watchtower, to Forever Young, The Times They Are a-Changin, and Blowin in the Wind, left Sternburg too much in awe to even bother for a photo, although he got one of Pacquiao and Dylan, 72. Some of the other fighters in there took selfies with Dylan, and he was fine with it, even smiled, Sternburg said.
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