Updated 07:42 PM EDT, Fri, Jun 18, 2021

Manny Pacquiao Sings 'Frozen' Theme Song; Watch His 'Let It Go' Version Here

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"Whatever you put your heart into, you will succeed in," is what moms would tell their kids—but perhaps except for the heart (watch the eyes and hands in the video below), it's gonna take more practice for Manny Pacquiao's cover of the Disney anthem, "Let It Go."

That's not a fake. Rapper Drake, "champagnepapi," really had every moment of that painful rendition stored for eternity with an Instagram post on Sept. 6, at press time getting an astounding 134,000 likes and about 13,000 comments.

"PAC MAN doing epic things as usual @ovoniko @espn @mauramandt," Drake captioned the video. The comments section would agree that it's epic, as he painstakingly but gamely negotiated the notes of the chorus.

Noting his earlier vocal display, an ode to the NFL, For The Win could not help but notice that this one was all care of the celebrity rapper. It can be recalled that Drake poked fun at the boxer during the 2014 ESPY Awards, International Business Times noted.

Though For The Win questioned the choice of song, it was sang passionately, nevertheless, thought the Daily Mail. It noted that PacMan might be scheduled to fight Chris Algieri in November, but he still has time to exercise those vocal chords—including his appearance on Fox Sports to promote his upcoming match, in which he sang his tribute to the U.S. football league.

The 35-year-old found that time to goof around on the heels of the ongoing negotiations with Floyd Mayweather Jr. for a mega-fight worth $300 million, Asian Age said. Singing would be his pasttime, the report added, noting that he had released two albums in the past.

The southpaw fighter, who is also Saranggani representative in the Philippine Congress, is confident that this time, the much-awaited fight with Mayweather could materialize around next year. In the meantime, Pacquiao will face Algieri in Macau on Nov. 22, and Mayweather is slated for a Sept. 12 rematch with Marcos Maidana.

Our fingers are crossed—for the fight of the century and, well, for a knock-out version of "Let It Go."

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