Manny Pacquiao has yet to reveal plans on his next fight with focus on a Floyd Mayweather Jr. rematch. Most feel that this is a long shot and the best the 40-year-old can do is take aim at other boxers who are more than willing to face him. There are plenty to name but the Filipino boxing icon has two names in mind - Danny Garcia or Mikey Garcia.

As of this writing, nothing has been set. However, revealed that the winner of the upcoming Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter showdown at the Staples Center will be proposed to the eight-time division champion. This is despite Freddie Roach being apprehensive on the Filipino facing a big and strong opponent like Spence.

If that proposal does not come to fruition, it could be the opportunity the 31-year-old Garcia is looking for. Speaking at a recent episode of the PBC Podcast, he said he is ready to face the future boxing Hall of Famer and is even confident about his chances.

"I’ve got that good power in both hands, I’m a good counter-puncher and I’ve got good timing. So, I think those are three things that’ll give Manny Pacquiao hell in his career. And those are three things I possess, so I definitely think that’s a great matchup for me,” said Garcia.

Garcia also said that he was a bit surprised Pacquiao defeated Keith Thurman, a boxer lost to back in March 2017. He said he could not see the older Filipino conquering a young and then-defeated Thurman. That conquest convinced him that Pacquiao is still definitely a top fighter.

For now, a Pacquiao vs. Mayweather remains the fight some people want to see. But with time running out on the aging boxer-senator, the next in line may be revealed in the coming months. Garcia is hoping to get that opportunity.

As for Pacquiao, he seems to be peaking more despite getting older. In fact, a former Filipino boxer and Olympian, Arlo Chavez, said recently that he sees Pacquiao fighting until he is a 50-year-old flag bearer for the Philippines during the 1992 Summer Olympics. Crazy as it may sound, the 53-year-old believes that Pac-Man's lifestyle has been helping his continued rise in boxing.

“At 30 to 40 years old, boxers usually decline. That is not the case with Manny. With his lifestyle, he could fight until he is 50-years-old. Even if he is busy with his job, it serves as his workout. He needs to wake up early and has options. He can job and get ready for work. He is one of the busiest boxers to date,” said Chavez in Filipino in a video interview by local sports journalist Brian Yalung.

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Manny Pacquiao beat Adrien Broner on Saturday night to retain his WBA welterweight title. In this picture, Pacquiao in the ring during the WBA welterweight championship against Adrien Broner at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 19, 2019. Christian Petersen/Getty Images