Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao is undoubtedly disappointed with the result of his fight with Yordenis Ugas on Saturday night in Las Vegas. However, there is no doubt that he gave everything his 42-year-old body could.

A day after the upset defeat, Pacquiao took it to social media to share his thoughts about the fight. He also used the opportunity to thank the fans for the overwhelming support throughout his two decades of boxing career.

“I want to thank God for giving me the strength to fight. I thank my family for always standing beside me. I wish to congratulate Ugas and his team. Although I hoped for a different outcome, I wish him the best,” Pacquiao wrote on Facebook alongside photos of the WBA Super Welterweight title fight.

“Thank you to the fans all around the world who were watching. Thank you to every Filipino that has ever supported me. I’m so proud to represent my country. I’m sorry I could not give you a win, but I did my very best. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU! God bless you all! Mabuhay!”

Manny Pacquiao fought hard and appeared to have the winning edge early on as he fired a flurry of punches at Yordenis Ugas. However, it was clear father time has caught up to him as he eventually lost his speed and energy in the second half of the 12-round bout. Pacman admitted after the fight that he suffered from cramps, which affected his movement.

Ugas dominated Pacman with his length and accurate punching, giving the Filipino boxing icon no chance at all. The judges all scored the fight in favor of the Cuban fighter (115-113, 116-112, 116-112) for a unanimous victory.

The questions surrounding Manny Pacquiao now is his possible retirement. While he didn't give a definite answer, he did say he is leaning more on hanging his gloves for good–at 60-40 chances.

Whether he retires or fight one more for his swansong, Pacquiao will certainly go down as one of boxing's greatest.