Manny Pacquiao Facing $10 Million Lawsuit From Music Company for Failing to Record Songs Manny Pacquiao wasn't challenged all that much in his bout with Antonio Margarito last weekend, but now he's facing a new opponent — one that wants $10 million from him.

According to TMZ, RBM Group International claims it signed Pacquiao to record 12 songs back in 2009, but the pound-for-pound best boxer on the planet never fulfilled the contract. RBM claims to have paid him a $40,000 down payment of sorts and that "they're out of pocket $200,000 … and they've lost profits in the amount of $10 million."

So … they paid Pacquiao $40,000, and they're suing him for $10 million? I'm no lawyer, but I have a feeling they're not getting that money.

And based on the video below from Pacquiao's concert this week, it doesn't look like he's too concerned.

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Manny Pacquiao Facing $10 Million Lawsuit From Music Company for Failing to Record Songs

Quote of the day

"It was like we all got kicked in the stomach. It was like someone close to us had died. We didn't know what to say. We were shocked.''
–Portland Trail Blazers athletic trainer Jay Jensen, on the response to learning that Greg Oden needs surgery and will miss another season

Comment of the day

Make that exactly one Bruins fan who wants Dennis Wideman back.

"To bad we still didn't have wideman 10 points already why can't we get D men like that!!!!!"
–WAY OUT THERE

Video of the day

No, it's not as good as his Jimmy Kimmel Live performances, but it's still awesome.