Pacquiao to camp out in Tacloban for three days to bring aid, succor to victims
Manny Pacquiao and wife Jinkee share a light moment in their suite at The Venetian two days before the fight against Brandon Rios in Macau. Jerome Ascano

It will be in Tacloban.

Two days before his comeback fight against Brandon Rios, the global boxing icon has laid down plans to spend three days in a tent in the devastated Visayan city so he can bring aid as well as succor to victims of super-typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).

In a scene witnessed by inside his Venetian Hotel Suite in this gambling capital, Pacquiao has asked his staffers to prepare a tent for him and other necessities as he is keen to spend time with the victims in the typhoon-ravaged region.

Here's a video of Pacquiao giving instructions to his staff: