SOCHI – Superstar Manny Pacquiao's wanted to fight at the Rio Games next year but does not qualify to be among the first professionals to compete at an Olympics. International Boxing Association (AIBA) president Wu Ching-Kuo said the Filipino has been in too many professional fights. "Pacquiao always dreamt of going to the Olympics, but now he can't because he did more than 20 professional fights," Wu said. The AIBA has raised the age limit for Olympic fighters from 34 to 40, which would let in Pacquiao who is now 36. It is also letting professional boxers who join the APB contest try to win qualification for the Olympics. Rio will be the first time professional boxers will take part at the Olympics. But only fighters who have been in fewer than 20 professional bouts can join the APB.